The Rep awarded £1.47 million GBSLEP funding to transform public space.
Theatre to mark fifty years on Centenary Square with hit return and world premieres.
June season announced to include world premiere of Birmingham’s own ballet.
Audiences welcomed back with productions that put local artists centre stage.
Save A Seat raises funds For Birmingham Rep and Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Jessica Harris checks out what’s on offer for children.
Richard Lutz remembers a dozen years of reviewing Midland performances.
Birmingham dance is back and it’s a joy, says Jessica Harris.
New short film will demonstrate the services available to homelessness and vulnerable.
Walking to Leicester Square to raise funds for theatre’s work with young people.
New partnership for Birmingham’s eminent cultural names.
Associate Director walks from Rep to London to raise funds for theatre.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre launch two digital Summer Schools for 7-18 year olds .
Richard Lutz takes his pew for an endearing play about two movie icons.
Richard Lutz watches a searing account of sexual violence and a descent into hell.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a moving journey through the past.
Birmingham Rep’s free festival showcases emerging local talent.
Less than two weeks until celebration of how arts aid wellbeing.
Jodie Prenger visits Birmingham Dog’s Home.
Brian Donaldson talks to stand-up comic and author Andy Parsons.
Ian McKellen raises £140,000 for Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
£2.5 million scheme to put Birmingham Repertory Theatre centre stage.
Ark at that! Homer’s Trojan war poem gets the Brummie treatment.
Backstage Pass offers a taste of life at Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a play about Afghanistan’s enduring nightmare.
“A torrent of words but a drop too much,” says Richard Lutz.
Groundbreaking programme plans to establish Birmingham as leading international centre for Pakistan and Bangladeshi arts.
Artistic and Executive Directors to take up posts.
Immersive dining experience aims to showcase Birmingham’s Pakistani and Bangladeshi culture.
Richard Lutz watches a twenty year old play that is still relevant.