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Birmingham Repertory Theatre

Few figures championed regional theatre in Britain in the second half of the last half century so steadfastly or successfully as John Harrison, who...

Written in collaboration by Sun-Duck Ko and Evan Placey, Orange Polar Bear is a piece of theatre which throbs with righteous anxiety. This bilingual co-production...

Performed on two seven-metre travelators, Stan’s Cafe’s latest show is as boldly conceived as we’ve come to expect from Birmingham’s much-loved experimental company. In The...

Arts organisations in Birmingham could face significant cuts for the third time in four years, despite a commitment from the council to maintain funding...

Freddie Fox will star in the UK premiere of Edmond de Bergerac, which has been translated into English for a run at Birmingham Repertory...

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Rallying Cry at Battersea...

Though it’s something of a muddle, there’s a coherent conceit behind Leo Butler’s new comedy All You Need Is LSD. It’s a play about...

Chafing against retirement and a lingering alcohol problem, Ian Rankin’s maverick detective John Rebus cracks open a cold case in this latest instalment of...

Rebus: Long Shadows – Birmingham Repertory Theatre Novelist Ian Rankin joins forces with Rona Munro to create a new Rebus story for the stage. The hard-living...
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