Birmingham Rep

Country or town - which makes for more radical theatre?
By Natasha Tripney · 17 Jul 2014 · Nationwide

Why rural theatre can be just as innovative as its urban cousin

BE Festival opens at Birmingham Repertory Theatre
By Kieran Johnson · 3 Jul 2014 · Birmingham

Marking its fifth anniversary, BE FESTIVAL returns to Birmingham in a brand new home this July at Birmingham Repertory Theatre.

Khandan (Royal Court)
By Amardeep Sohi · 13 Jun 2014 · London, Off-West End

Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti new play transfers from Birmingham to London

Birmingham Rep adapts Meera Syal's Anita and Me
By Editorial Staff · 12 Jun 2014 · Birmingham

Tanika Gupta's adaptation will premiere in autumn 2015

Hopelessly Devoted (Tour – South Hill Park)
By Chris Snow · 28 Mar 2014 · Bracknell

Lyrical language is let down by a weak plot in poet Kate Tempest's latest theatre offering

A Life of Galileo (Theatre Royal Bath)
By Hannah Sweetnam · 20 Mar 2014 · Bath

Ian McDiarmid's artful performance shines brightly in Brecht's satire, rich in excitement of discovery

Birdsong (Tour - Birmingham)
By Jonathan Wright · 20 Mar 2014 · Birmingham

Marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, Birdsong, based on the world famous novel by Sebastian Faulks, begins its tour in Birmingham

A Life of Galileo (Birmingham REP)
By Jenna Harvey · 8 Mar 2014 · Birmingham

Roxana Silbert revives her RSC version of A Life of Galileo at Birmingham Repertory Theatre before a UK tour

Birmingham Rep to stage The BFG this Christmas
By Kieran Johnson · 26 Feb 2014 · Birmingham

Birmingham Repertory Theatre will deliver a brand new stage version of the ever popular Roald Dahl classic, The BFG.

Moon On A Rainbow Shawl (Birmingham)
By Tal Fox · 21 Feb 2014 · Birmingham

The National Theatre and Talawa arrive at the Birmingham Rep presenting their version of Errol John's Moon On A Rainbow Shawl