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Wolverhampton Grand ticket offer for Tap Factory

Wolverhampton Grand is offering the chance to see the world tour of Tap Factory for just £10 per ticket! Offer applies on…

Blockbuster productions contribute to record-breaking year for Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham Hippodrome has announced a record-breaking year which saw paid admissions increase to over 625,000 tickets in the…

The Chocolate Soldiers commemorate World War One

A production inspired by the experiences of young soldiers from Birmingham during the Great War will be performed in late March…

Celebrating The Bard's birthday in Stratford...

William Shakespeare was born four hundred-and-fifty years ago next month - and to celebrate the special birthday, the Royal…

New Art West Midlands winners revealed

Five promising new West Midlands artists have each won £1,000 prize money and the chance to see their work exhibited in a…
until Sat 19 Apr

A contemporary reimagining of one of the world's most important stories, the life and death of Jesus Christ.

4 Temple Row West, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr
16 - 18 Horsefair, Bristol Street
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Wed 16 Apr

Another of a series of evenings celebrating the talent to be found in the local Gospel music scene - featuring Colin Peters & Andre Bassing.     

3 - 5 St Paul's Square, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr
Vicarage Rd, , Kings Heath
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Wed 16 Apr
106 High Street, King's Heath, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr

All-new pop musical for kids that features five new pop stars, a sock-eating Fluffalope and the permanently confused Mr Baffled...

Victoria Square, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr
Cambrian Wharf, Kingston Row, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr

(101mins) Review: Question: What, two weeks ago, was the highest grossing cartoon of all time? Answer: Toy Story 3. So, you shouldn’t really be surprised that there’s a Rio 2. Thankfully, Disney’s…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr

Review: Having battled Nazis in his debut outing (The First Avenger), Steve Rogers - aka Captain America (Chris Evans) - is now facing a far more frightening enemy. Transported to the 21st century, CA is not only…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr

(138mins) Review: The cinema has always had an uneasy alliance with the Bible. And the ongoing problem remains: how does one make the Biblical credible? Darren Aronofsky, a director not known for his restraint…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr

(139mins) Review: According to popular teenage fiction, the future is not a very agreeable place. And so we have another dystopia featuring a plucky young heroine standing up for human decency against an Orwellian…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Wed 16 Apr

The trailer looks great, the cast is mouth-watering and Marc Webb returns from his duties on the first film (the 2012 reboot, that is). This should be big. Humongous even. This time Spidey (aka Peter Parker) has his web…

181 Broad Street, Birmingham
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Theatre

Tue 22 Apr - Sat 26 Apr

Brand new musical based on the hit American TV series. Sugarbabe, Heidi Range, stars as Pinky Tuscadero.

Hurst Street, Birmingham
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Wed 24 Sep - Sat 11 Oct

Acclaimed West End drama based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo.

35/37 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent
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Music

Sat 06 Dec
16 - 18 Horsefair, Bristol Street
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Thu 11 Dec

Eagerly anticipated concert from the acclaimed tenor and West End star.

Bickenhill Rd, Birmingham
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Comedy

Fri 20 Jun - Sat 21 Jun

With Brendan Dempsey and Tiffany Stevenson

Hurst St, Birmingham
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Fri 07 Nov - Sun 09 Nov

John's brand new show SUPERSONIC will be smashing through comedy MACH 3. Get ready for a comic boom of guffaws all the way from Plymouth to Glasgow via Dublin and back again.  

King Edward Rd, Birmingham
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Film

On General Release From Fri 04 Apr

(138mins) Review: The cinema has always had an uneasy alliance with the Bible. And the ongoing problem remains: how does one make the Biblical credible? Darren Aronofsky, a director not known for his restraint…

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On General Release From Fri 18 Apr

The trailer looks great, the cast is mouth-watering and Marc Webb returns from his duties on the first film (the 2012 reboot, that is). This should be big. Humongous even. This time Spidey (aka Peter Parker) has his web…

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Rachel Delahay's 'vivid and powerful' story shows in playwright's home city
Lucy Bailey's acclaimed production of Frederick Knott's murder mystery at The REP
Grammy Award-winner's first-ever acoustic headline tour
The All American Rejects make Slam Dunk their only UK performance for 2014
Speed, style, glamour and grace in Wolverhampton
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