Frozen - Audience Reactions
Audience reactions to Frozen at Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Featuring double casting with BSL and spoken English performers.
Paul Hunter talks about Never Try This At Home
Paul Hunter talks about why he decided to make an anarchic play for adults about children's Saturday morning television and what audiences can expect.
O Moon Of Alabama
Stars of stage and screen, Walter van Dyk and Liza Sadovy reunite to perform their celebrated compilation of Kurt Weil's most popular works. Expect songs from The Threepenny Opera, Mahagonny, Happy End and more delivered in Van Dyk's and Sadovy's entrancing style.
"Liza Sadovy and Walter van Dyk get under the skin of Weill's creations bringing a fresh immediacy to old favourites. I was bewitched throughout. This is what cabaret should be!"
A Life Of Galileo
In the year 1609, brilliant scientist Galileo makes an astonishing discovery that will change the world. But as he sets out to prove that the earth moves around the sun he creates uproar and finds himself facing the wrath of the church.
Roxana Silbert and Mark Ravenhill have created a must-see production of arguably Brecht's greatest play. Ian McDiarmid is perhaps best known for his iconic role as Emperor Palpatine in George Lucas's epic Star Wars films.
Moon On A Rainbow Shawl
Talawa Theatre Company and the National Theatre take Errol John's "bruising, brilliantly witty play" (Time Out) on tour to Birmingham after its critically acclaimed run in London.
Blink - Tour Trailer
Blink - a dysfunctional love story.
03-05 March 2014 at Birmingham Repertory Theate
How to get to the Edge
The Edge in Digbeth is about ten minutes walk from the Bullring; this video shows the quickest route. While The REP's building is being refurbished, our REP Foundry Nights will take place at The Edge on the last Thursday of every month. Tickets available on 0121 236 4455.
The Edge is a former industrial building which has been repurposed as an arts venue by Friction Arts and plays host to many other festivals and companies as well as The REP.
REP Foundry Nights
REP Foundry is an annual artist development programme run by The REP and supported by the Esmee Fairbairne foundation. Monthly scratch nights allow our artists to test out new material in front of a live audience.
Time-lapse of the Heather Gardner set
Twelve hours work in two minutes. Watch our production team go! (Turn on annotations for extra info on what you're seeing.) Heather Gardner is at The Old Rep Theatre until 28 March 2013.
"Where's Teacher" is a site-specific piece, written and performed by members of one of our youth theatre companies, Young REP Juniors.
This recording shows the piece being performed to an invited audience of family and friends. The audience then took part in the "Are you smarter than a Young REP Junior" quiz that was compiled by the cast.
"Where's Teacher?" centres around a primary school class worrying when their teacher suddenly leaves the room. After waiting for 15 minutes the class started to discuss what fate may have befallen their teacher; theories started off small with the suggestion that she might have been involved in a photocopier accident. However, their ideas started to get crazier and crazier until they manage to convince themselves that the world had suffered a zombie apocalypse and that they were the last humans on earth.