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Visit Birmingham Museums for fun-packed events and family days out in the Easter holidays. From egg hunts to bonnet making to sword fights and magic shows, there's plenty to see and do!
Check out the highlights…
Mcfly and Busted re-group as one band.
Multi-award winning hit musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd- Webber. Marti Pellow stars...
Following a sell-out London run Frank Skinner takes his brand new show to venues nationwide.
Review: Ever since Superman reversed time by spinning the world backwards, it has been hard to cap the wow factor in comic-book cinema. Now, the sequel to the remake of the second Spider-Man outing presents a ton of…
A contemporary reimagining of one of the world's most important stories, the life and death of Jesus Christ.
Stage2 revisit the work of the Crescent Theatre's patron Claire Dowie with a reworking of her acclaimed monologue which explores stereotyping and the pressure in society to conform.
Thirty years after ice skating's most famous couple won an Olympic Gold medal in Sarajevo with Bolero, the duo take to the road for the very last time with their final Dancing on Ice tour before hanging up their skates.…
From the creators of the popular Justin And Friends Easter Tour 2013 comes this brand new live arena show for pre-school children. Featuring plenty of audience interaction, CBeebies Live! promises ‘a musical…
Featuring Ex Cathedra Choir and Baroque Orchestra, Jeffery Skidmore (conductor), Samuel Boden (Evangelist), Peter Harvey (Jesus) and Greg Skidmore (Pilate).
25th Anniversary Gala
With Steve Williams and Tommy Rowson.
With Jim Smallman and The Noise Next Door
A range of classic jazz-funk & soul favourites.
Brand new musical based on the hit American TV series. Sugarbabe, Heidi Range, stars as Pinky Tuscadero.
Acclaimed West End drama based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo.
Eagerly anticipated concert from the acclaimed tenor and West End star.
With Brendan Dempsey and Tiffany Stevenson
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.
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…
Celebrating the experimental sounds and cultures of downtown New York and
Birmingham2 - 8 June 2014