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A U T U M N & W I N T E R 2 01 3 – 2 014 The National Theatre presents

People A new play by Alan Bennett 3 to 21 September Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with The Albany presents

Interactive Theatre International presents

China Plate presents

Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience


24 to 28 September

1 and 2 November

Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Bill Kenwright presented by arrangement with Nica Burns

Stan’s Cafe presents

By Caroline Horton

Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company presents

A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens Adapted by Bryony Lavery Music & Lyrics by Jason Carr 27 November to 4 January

Twelve Angry Men

The Anatomy Of Melancholy

The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Production of

By Reginald Rose

7 to 9 November

The Legend Of Mike Smith

4 to 19 October Starring Martin Shaw

The Snowman

Collective Artistes present

By Soweto Kinch

David Pugh presents

12 to 28 September

A Passionate Woman

The stage show based upon the book by Raymond Briggs and the film directed by Dianne Jackson and produced by John Coates Music and lyrics by Howard Blake

A Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Paines Plough production

By Kay Mellor

Hopelessly Devoted By Kate Tempest

21 to 26 October Starring Lynda Bellingham and Christopher Timothy

19 September to 5 October

Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company presents

The National Theatre of Scotland and the Royal Shakespeare Company present


Dunsinane By David Greig Directed by Roxana Silbert 24 to 28 September Starring Siobhan Redmond And Jonny Phillips

By Molière Adapted by Chris Campbell Directed by Roxana Silbert 1 to 16 November Starring Mark Williams

ZHE: [noun] Undefined Directed by Chuck Mike 15 and 16 November Actors Touring Company, Scauspielhaus Wein and the Young Vic Theatre present

The Events By David Greig 19 to 23 November White Rabbit in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company, Jackson’s Lane and Forkbeard Fantasy present

366 Days Of Kindness

8 to 18 January

Birmingham Repertory Theatre Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EP

Box Office:

0121 236 4455 Online:

Created by Bernadette Russell and Gareth Brierley 17 to 21 December

Registered in England 295910 Charity No.223660


BA (Hons) Drama The Drama programme at Newman is one of the few drama degrees in the UK which is vocation-centred. Live theatre is seen as a key component of the course and there is a large element of practical work including workshops, field trips and a work placement, helping you to define your career plans and gain vital experience of working in the theatre. The course is available on a part-time as well as full-time basis. For full details, contact Graham Stephenson on: T: 0121 476 1181 ext 2468 E: W: Newman University Genners Lane, Bartley Green Birmingham, B32 3NT

theatre at warwick arts centre A one off series of solo performances including:

Crying Out Loud presents

Flown By Pirates of the Carabina

sKaGen with Richard Jordan Productions in coproduction with De Tijd & STUK present

Bootworks Theatre

Tue 28 – Thu 30 May

New international circus with a twist!


Predator: Finishing off what I started when I was five

Tue 21 & Wed 22 May

Tue 11 & Wed 12 Jun

A solo performance by Valentijn Dhaenens

“Oozing confidence… expertly improvised… engaging, side-splitting and chaotic”

“Brilliant…a fascinating experience” The Guardian


“Funny and earthy and mechanically ingenious” Sideshow Circus Magazine Complicite

Lionboy Thu 18 – Thu 20 Jun

From the novels of Zizou Corder

Daniel Bye

Aakash Odedra

The Price of Everything


Thu 6 & Fri 7 Jun

Fri 14 Jun & Sat 15 Jun

“The future of British theatre” The Times

“It’s the dance equivalent of a red-carpet event…. establishes Odedra as a dancer to follow”

The Independent

The Guardian

Fierce/Theatre O/Belarus Free Theatre/ Forced Entertainment

Warwick Arts Centre


“Complicite produces the most imaginative theatre to be found anywhere”

Coming in Autumn 2013

box office: 024 7652 4524 /

Warwick Arts Centre, The University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL


BE FESTIVAL 2013, 2-6 July @ AE Harris Factory, Birmingham From 2-6 July the Birmingham European Festival will host 23 daring, delightful pe...