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|19 Sep 2021||The Shite Raffle||Actress and Bishop (official), Birmingham|
|05 Sep 2021||Only Fools & Boycie||The Old Rep, Birmingham|
|16 Aug 2021||Our Story Our City Drama Summer School||Midlands Arts Centre (MAC), Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH|
|15 Oct 2021||Lanterns On The Lake Wyldest (Actress & Bishop)||Actress and Bishop (official), Birmingham|
|26 Aug 2021||Insect Safari at Winterbourne House and Gardens||Winterbourne House and Gardens, Birmingham|
|25 Sep 2021||The Navy Lark||The Old Rep, Birmingham|
|22 Aug 2021||Lost in Music at The Alexandra Theatre Birmingham||The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham|
|03 Oct 2021||Russell Brand 33 in Birmingham||O2 Academy Birmingham|
|11 Sep 2021||Time Machine Heritage Weekend||Knowle Solihull, Birmingham|
The Birmingham theatres are something one can barely miss if they are on a trip to the city. One of the notable places that you can visit to experience the diversity of culture of the world at large via the plethora of theatre shows and the likes. One such place is the Alexandra theatre in Birmingham, which runs popular shows all the time. Following that, the Old Rep theatre down at the Station Street deserves a mention with unique shows like “Chubster”. The Birmingham Hippodrome runs amazing shows like Homecomings and Empire Soldiers. There are other shows running at different times too. Moreover, the Crescent theatre is one of the most popular theatres in Birmingham in the United Kingdom. If you have visited any or all of the theatres during your stay in the city, you will love every bit of the culture and talent that dwells in people, both native as well as international performers.
Birmingham performing arts schools and workshops like the University of Music Society that has been known for exceptional past events like the University Jazz Orchestra, Welcome Week Music Stall and the Big Band and Jazz Collective. The other workshops include the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire at the Bradshaw Hall. You can enjoy the Music Event Concert, which is one of the Services for Education. Barring just that, the Midland Art Centre is also one of the most popular Birmingham theatres and is known to host some of the best music workshops for people of all age groups. This centre in Cannon Hill Park even hosts the BAM (Babies’ Academy of Music). Hence, visiting the city will give you a chance to be a part of the most popular musicals in Birmingham including the theatres too.
Besides these, there are several other drama and musicals in Birmingham and their work workshops, including the Birmingham Ormiston Academy at Grosvenor Street, which is known to host Musical Theatre Workshop. It is suitable for kids between the age of 8 and 16. Also, there is the Aladdin Musical Theatre Workshop held in Elmhurst Ballet School in Bristol Road. It inspires and trains people to get into singing and dancing under trained choreographers from the popular West End musical.
The music festival around the world would need talented people to be a part of it. And similarly, the art events in Birmingham include festivals like the Flatpack Film Festival, which is an annual event held in England. During this event, there is a whole lot of media forms shown to the spectators, which includes documentaries, short films, and experimental cinemas. So now you know, the Birmingham theatre shows, events, musicals, and workshops are definitely worth visiting. Irrespective of whether you are a native of that place or just a tourist, reserve your seat for such an event or film music festival and soak in the ambiance like never before.