Vendor Birmingham Royal Ballet Regular price Sold out Sale price £8.00 Sale. This Christmas, The REP is acting as a collection point for food donations for Birmingham Central Foodbank. My Account; Basket; What's On . The second film will feature three third year students from The Royal Ballet School performing Trepak, the Russian dance, and students from Elmhurst Ballet School dancing Snowflakes will be available for audiences to watch online in early 2021. 1. The BEDLAM Arts and Mental Health Festival takes place from... We're delighted to announce the casting for our 2017 Christmas production, The Hundred and One Dalmatians which opens on 30 November. Writer Manjeet Mann is from Walsall and is one of this year's REP Foundry artists. This week we've welcomed prolific American artist, Dennis McNett to our theatre workshop. The company said "Christmas is not cancelled" and will … REP Foundry is an award-winning annual programme for... We caught up with Tasia from Oldbury, who is taking part in Foot In The Door at The REP this week. We asked members of the cast what... We caught up with DNA's writer, Dennis Kelly, to find out what he has to say about staging DNA. What made you first want to create theatre? This year's performance will ensure the safety of all performers, technical crew and staff. Tomorrow night Revenger's Comedy a new play by Grace Barrington and staring some of our wonderful Young REP actors opens in The DOOR. 1061012 1061012 Anyone who has been in the theatre foyer over the last five weeks will not have failed to notice the positive impact of our sell-out production One Love: The Bob Marley Musical. Thursday 10 May 17, directed by Balisha Karra and Finley-Rose Townsend, is currently running at the festival until 27January. Police blocked off Essex Street at the junction of Bristol Street following a knifing at 5.10am. What made you first want to create theatre? How would you describe... Full casting is announced for Tartuffe, which opens at The REP on 20 March. Simon Robson... Birmingham Repertory Theatre has today announced a further two productions as part of its Spring and Summer 2019 season. It was a... Five former REP Foundry artists are taking part in this year's VAULT Festival. Birmingham-based award-winning choreographer, Rosie Kay, is returning to the stage on Saturday 21 November to perform the premiere of her new solo work as part of a triple bill: Absolute... A brand-new partnership has been confirmed between Birmingham Royal Ballet and Birmingham Repertory Theatre, which will see the two established companies combine creative ingenuity to stage new... Birmingham Repertory Theatre's Associate Director, Steve Ball has committed to walking the 116 miles from The REP to London's Leicester Square in the heart of the West End's... 15 August marks 75 years since VJ Day. Over 100 leading disabled artists and cultural leaders have sent an open letter to The Secretary of State for Culture Oliver Dowden MP and devolved UK Culture Ministers... Birmingham Repertory Theatre is inviting you to nominate someone from the West Midlands freelance community to join the Freelancers National Task Force. Led by international theatre... We're on the lookout for young actors to star in our forthcoming world premiere production of NATIVITY! As part of that we are committed to diversifying the range of performers in our productions, as we strive... We caught up with Eden Peppercorn, one of our Young REP members who is busy in rehearsals for To Sir, With Love, based on E.R. Birmingham Royal Ballet News. I first started working with The... We're continuing our series of blogs highlighting the work of our Furnace Artists, who are working in communities around Birmingham to create theatre with, for and about that community. Birmingham Royal Ballet’s CEO Caroline Miller OBE said: “Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB) is excited to welcome Birmingham Airport as our ‘Community Engagement Partner’. Our programme from September features the world premières of Nativity! Following news of Birmingham’s Tier 3 status last week, and ongoing uncertainty about what will be possible post 16 December, Birmingham Royal Ballet has taken the difficult decision to … From secret spy missions to devising comedy... We're excited that this summer Told by an Idiot will be running two Theatre Skills Masterclasses here at The REP. Since 16... A comparative study of the activities and impact of 13 regional producing theatres in England across five years – 2012/13 & 2017/18. As part... With the summer holidays on the horizon we're gearing up for our Summer School programme aimed at young people from ages 7 and up. Exciting casting for The Exorcist has been announced and includes the well loved actor Peter Bowles (Blow Up and To The Manor Born) as Merrin. My name is Poppy... As The Winslow Boy opens this week, we caught up with Tessa Peake-Jones and Aden Gillett, aka the Winslow parents who fight to clear the name of their son Ronnie, a naval cadet accused of stea... ALICE SEBOLD'S GLOBAL BESTSELLING BOOK, THE LOVELY BONES IS BROUGHT TO LIFE ON STAGE FOR THE FIRST TIME. Do you speak another language? In a nutshell, I am responsible for working with all departments at The... After playing the Narrator in the original West End production in 1979, Peter Straker returns as the Acid Queen to the iconic rock opera Tommy, playing here from 17-27 May. Ahead of our programme of New & Nurtured shows, we caught up with our REP Foundry artist, Manjeet Mann, to discuss how her personal experiences and daring to step outside her comfort zone have... With just one week to go until Birmingham Weekender,  we catch up with Creative Producer, Ali Williams, who is bringing the inspiring and heart-warming, As A Tiger In The... Birmingham went dotty for Dalmatians this week as dozens of spotty dogs and their owners gathered in the city's Victoria Square to launch The REP's festive production of The Hundred and One... Due to popular demand and two sell-out performances, an extra performance for the brand new play Freeman has gone on sale today. In advance of our REP Foundry Night on 14 June, we caught up with our brilliant 2019 Foundry Artists. This festive season, audiences are being asked to Save A Seat as part of a new fundraising campaign by Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Birmingham Royal Ballet. The piece has been entirely... Are you an aspiring South Asian female writer? The... Do you want to perform or develop your performance skills? The cash is … Peter Straker is... Birmingham Repertory Theatre is thrilled to announce that the world premiere of One Love: The Bob Marley Musical, set to run at The REP from 10 March – 8 April, will be extended due to... Nir Paldi is a writer, director, performer and co-artistic director of Theatre Ad Infinitum, which celebrates their 10th anniversary this year. It's less than four weeks until MonologueSlam returns to The REP and we've been busy catching up with previous champions. Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet Carlos Acosta said: 'I guess you could say we're trying to look on the bright side at the moment! What made you first want to direct theatre? Written by Private Eye editor, Ian Hislop... Young African Caribbean men across Birmingham will benefit from National Lottery funding totalling almost £750,000, thanks to a life-changing scheme initiated by Birmingham Repertory Theatre... Are you in Year 10, 11 or 12? The full cast has been announced for a new production of Joe Penhall's critically-acclaimed play, Blue/Orange. Please note that due to the demand for fabric diminishing, we are no longer accepting fabric donations. The Musical, due to play at the venue from 17 Nov 2020 – 3 Jan 2021 has been postponed to 16 November 2021 – 2 January 2022... Have you ever wanted to have a say about the arts in Birmingham? In a new series of videos and blogs, follow the making of Woyzeck - a brand new large-scale production that features over 100 participants from the local community. “Chi is a fantastic dancer,” says Houston Ballet artistic director Stanton Welch, who first worked with Cao 11 years ago, setting a dance on the Royal Birmingham Ballet. Written by Sue Townsend, we caught up with her granddaughter, REP Foundry Alumna Finley-Rose Townsend, who tells... Half term is fast approaching. The avalanche of disclosures about sexual abuse over the past few years means institutions like the BBC, Hollywood and the Church have come under fire for a culture of enabling and collusion, for... We caught up with Dorothea Myer-Bennett, who plays suffragette Catherine in The Winslow Boy. Here is what she had to say... Following last week's sold-out performances of Lazuli Sky, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Birmingham Repertory Theatre are excited to announce a specially adapted production of the classic Christmas... Today it has been announced that Birmingham Repertory Theatre has been awarded a grant of £1.38 million from the Government's Culture Recovery Fund. Read about the... We caught up with Truth's Helen Chadwick for an insight into the show's rehearsal process. THE MUSICAL will be written and directed by the creator and director of the films, Debbie... With this year's REP Foundry scheme underway we meet writer, Patrick Russell The programme precedes new Artistic Director, Sean Foley's first full season of work in autumn 2020. COVID-19 School closure: Elmhurst Ballet School is currently closed in line with the national lockdown and operating virtually for students. birmingham: Whats On Food Drink News How Celebrate Burns Night Birmingham 2021-01-19,, United Kingdom ballet: Black Ballet Dancer Stands Strong In Berlin Racism Row 2021-01-19,, France The NHS turns 70 on 5 July and so for 7 days from this date local staff at City and Sandwell Hospitals can... Over 200 young theatre makers from across Europe will unite in Birmingham this summer for a celebration of youth theatre. The REP is excited to be part of the recently announced Culture Feast menu. THE MUSICAL, which opens at The REP later this year, before touring around the country... We're really excited to announce details of our pioneering new programme that unites the very best emerging artists from the West Midlands with the region's communities to make... A 'Big Give' thank you to all our donors who rose to the challenge and helped us exceed our fundraising target in the Big Give Christmas Challenge. For the next month Elephant will play 13 venues... Niamh Franklin (Jan) and Elijah McDowell (Mark) delve into their characters from The Young REP's upcoming production of DNA. It's August 1945. Stories To Tell In The Middle Of The Night plays at The REP from 9 - 18 February. The Musical, which plays at The REP from 20 October - 12 November. Meet in The REP Foyer Next up is Siana Bangura... Speaking of the forthcoming programme, Roxana said: Birmingham City Council; National Lottery; SupercoolDesign © Birmingham Royal Ballet | Company registration no. Her latest creation Muckers comes to The REP this Saturday 11 May. Most are placed in storage and recycled in future productions, some get to find a new home. Today marked the end... See Me is a piece of devised theatre created by our Young REP Intermediates (School Years 7, 8 & 9) as a response to their experiences in the education system. The REP will offer a little taste of life at the theatre at its free Discovery Day. Following a hugely successful run last autumn, Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Lee Dean announce the full cast and venues for their upcoming tour of The Lovely Bones. Due to popular demand, Ian will now appear... A Chilling New Take On Jekyll & Hyde What made you first want to create theatre?

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