Beautiful Thing The Patrick Centre, Birmingham Hippodrome Nottingham Playhouse, Curve Theatre & Tom O’Connell for QNQ 31st March 2015 (until 11th April plus further tour dates) Jonathan Harvey’s urban love story first premiered in 1993. It was an instant hit. As was peppermint foot lotion at the Body… Continue reading
We’re pleased to be able to announce the dates for Birmingham Fest 2015. They are 17th July-2nd August (inclusive) just before Edinburgh Fringe. Applications will open in January .
The programme of events for Birmingham Fest 2014 has been finalised! You can see the full list here Alternatively you can download the brochure here: Birmingham Fest 2014 brochure This can also be downloaded from our main website page. We have a great buy generic phentermine (and bigger), varied… Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the new Library of Birmingham as a venue for this year’s Birmingham Fest. As a place of learning and culture for all ages, the LoB is keen to host some family friendly performances during the festival. They are also keen to make these events… Continue reading
West Side Story New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham UK Tour Wednesday 2nd April 2014 Jerome Robbins’ original production of West Side Story was first staged in 1957 and was a game-changer. Since then we’ve seen numerous musicals come and go. So, over fifty five years later,… Continue reading
Annie New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham Stage Experience Thursday 22/08/13 “Stage Experience” is held every August at the New Alexandra Theatre Birmingham. Basically a summer school for young performers, they have a few weeks to rehearse and then get to perform a full musical on… Continue reading
The programme of events for Birmingham Fest 2013 has been finalised! You can see the full list here Alternatively you can download the brochure here: Birmingham Fest 2013 brochure This can also be downloaded from our main website page. We have a great, varied selection of shows so please have… Continue reading
IMPORTANT UPDATE: We have set a submissions deadline as FRIDAY 10th MAY for inclusion in the festival brochure. Any submissions received after this deadline (if successful) will only be advertised online. Applications may still be submitted as long as there are slots available. Please share with anyone you think should know.
Birmingham What’s On Magazine (April issue – out now) has a small article on the festival. You can also read it online here.
“Birmingham gets its own fringe before Edinburgh” Steve Orme 16th March, 2013 Birmingham Fest will celebrate the second city’s venues and arts scene in a two-and-a-half-week programme of events. A festival spokesman said, “Birmingham has fantastic theatres and performance venues. It has the potential to host a festival to… Continue reading