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Birmingham Hippodrome

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Hurst Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 4TB
  • Telephone 0844 338 5000
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  • Website www.birminghamhippodrome.com
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Acosta Danza

Mon 11 Nov

£13–£35

Tue 12 Nov

£13–£35

Annie

ANNIE

Musical theatre classic Annie tours the UK.

Tue 23 Jul

£33–£48.50

Wed 24 Jul

£33–£48.50

Thu 25 Jul

£33–£48.50

Fri 26 Jul

£33–£48.50

Sat 27 Jul

£33–£48.50

Sun 28 Jul

£33–£48.50

Tue 30 Jul

£33–£48.50

Wed 31 Jul

£33–£48.50

Thu 1 Aug

£33–£48.50

Fri 2 Aug

£33–£48.50

Sat 3 Aug

£33–£48.50

Sun 4 Aug

£33–£48.50

Tue 6 Aug

£33–£48.50

Wed 7 Aug

£33–£48.50

Thu 8 Aug

£33–£48.50

Fri 9 Aug

£33–£48.50

Sat 10 Aug

£33–£48.50

Sun 11 Aug

£33–£48.50

Ben Elton

Ben Elton

The legendary comedian, author and playwright heads out on a stand-up tour for the first time in 15 years.

Thu 14 Nov

Prices to be confirmed

Birmingham Royal Ballet: The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker
  • 2016

The company performs Sir Peter Wright's much-loved production of this beautiful classical ballet, danced to Tchaikovsky's magnificent score.

Fri 22 Nov

£26–£65

Sat 23 Nov

£26–£65

Sun 24 Nov

£26–£65

Tue 26 Nov

£26–£65

Wed 27 Nov

£26–£65

Thu 28 Nov

£26–£65

Fri 29 Nov

£26–£65

Sat 30 Nov

£26–£65

Sun 1 Dec

£26–£65

Tue 3 Dec

£26–£65

Wed 4 Dec

£26–£65

Thu 5 Dec

£26–£65

Fri 6 Dec

£26–£65

Sat 7 Dec

£26–£65

Sun 8 Dec

£26–£65

Tue 10 Dec

£26–£65

Wed 11 Dec

£26–£65

Thu 12 Dec

£26–£65

Fri 13 Dec

£26–£65

Sat 14 Dec

£26–£65

Birmingham Royal Ballet [Un]Leashed

Three ballets by female choreographers: Didy Veldman, Jessica Lang and Ruth Brill.

Wed 12 Jun

£12–£32

Thu 13 Jun

£12–£32

Fri 14 Jun

£12–£32

Sat 15 Jun

£12–£32

Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers
  • Written by: Willy Russell

Willy Russell's moving tale about two brothers whose lives are worlds apart.

Mon 30 Sep

£32–£43

Tue 1 Oct

£32–£43

Wed 2 Oct

£32–£43

Thu 3 Oct

£32–£43

Fri 4 Oct

£32–£43

Sat 5 Oct

£32–£43

Mon 7 Oct

£32–£43

Tue 8 Oct

£32–£43

Wed 9 Oct

£32–£43

Thu 10 Oct

£32–£43

Fri 11 Oct

£32–£43

Sat 12 Oct

£32–£43

Calendar Girls: The Musical

Created by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, this award winning production based on the true story of the calendar girls – a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary.

Tue 28 May

£36–£60

Wed 29 May

£36–£60

Thu 30 May

£36–£60

Fri 31 May

£36–£60

Sat 1 Jun

£36–£60

Tue 4 Jun

£36–£60

Wed 5 Jun

£36–£60

Thu 6 Jun

£36–£60

Fri 7 Jun

£36–£60

Sat 8 Jun

£36–£60

Circus 1903

Experience the thrills and daredevil entertainment of a turn-of-the-century circus this Christmas.

Fresh from the Paris Theatre in Las Vegas, Circus 1903 visits Southbank Centre for its European premiere.

The show includes sensational puppetry from the award-winning team behind War Horse, putting stunningly created elephants back in the ring as never before.

The circus boasts a huge cast of jaw-dropping and dangerous acts from all corners of the globe.

Featuring acrobats, contortionists, jugglers, trapeze and high wire performers and more, this show captivates and transports audiences of all ages to the mesmerising Golden Age of circus.

Fri 25 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Sat 26 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Sun 27 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Tue 29 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Wed 30 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Thu 31 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Fri 1 Nov

Prices to be confirmed

Sat 2 Nov

Prices to be confirmed

The Color Purple

  • Directed by: John Doyle
  • Written by: lyrics)

A musical drama of Alice Walker's novel, about the young girl Celie and her journey from childhood, despair and horror, to find enduring love. Adapted by Marsha Norman, with music and lyrics by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray. Directed by John Doyle.

Tue 16 Jul

£30.50–£43.50

Wed 17 Jul

£30.50–£43.50

Thu 18 Jul

£30.50–£43.50

Fri 19 Jul

£30.50–£43.50

Sat 20 Jul

£30.50–£43.50

Doctor Dolittle The Musical

Doctor Dolittle

Based on the 1967 film, Dr Doolittle finds the Doctor and his menagerie of friends on the hunt for the Giant Pink Sea Snail, who holds the secret of life and making the world a happier place.

Tue 22 Oct

Cancelled

Wed 23 Oct

Cancelled

Thu 24 Oct

Cancelled

Fri 25 Oct

Cancelled

Sat 26 Oct

Cancelled

Mon 28 Oct

Cancelled

Tue 29 Oct

Cancelled

Wed 30 Oct

Cancelled

Thu 31 Oct

Cancelled

Fri 1 Nov

Cancelled

Sat 2 Nov

Cancelled

Grease

The much-loved sixties high-school romance comes to the stage via its acclaimed run at Leicester Curve. Directed by Curve’s Artistic Director, Nikolai Foster. Starring Peter Andre as Teen Angel.

Tue 13 Aug

£23–£50.50

Wed 14 Aug

£23–£50.50

Thu 15 Aug

£23–£50.50

Fri 16 Aug

£23–£50.50

Sat 17 Aug

£23–£50.50

Mon 19 Aug

£23–£50.50

Tue 20 Aug

£23–£50.50

Wed 21 Aug

£23–£50.50

Thu 22 Aug

£23–£50.50

Fri 23 Aug

£23–£50.50

Sat 24 Aug

£23–£50.50

Hobson's Choice

Birmingham Royal Ballet present the classic English comedy.

Wed 19 Jun

£25–£61

Thu 20 Jun

£25–£61

Fri 21 Jun

£25–£61

Sat 22 Jun

£25–£61

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • Directed by: Bill Kenwright
  • Written by: Andrew Lloyd Webber (music), Tim Rice (lyrics)

Bill Kenwright's production of the Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber musical returns, with X Factor winner Joe McElderry starring as the boy with the troublesome coat.

Tue 2 Jul

£20–£40

Wed 3 Jul

£20–£40

Thu 4 Jul

£20–£40

Fri 5 Jul

£20–£40

Sat 6 Jul

£20–£40

Sun 7 Jul

£20–£40

Tue 9 Jul

£20–£40

Wed 10 Jul

£20–£40

Thu 11 Jul

£20–£40

Fri 12 Jul

£20–£40

Sat 13 Jul

£20–£40

Josh Widdicombe

Josh Widdicombe

The comedian and TV presenter returns.

Sun 13 Oct

£21

Lenny Henry: Who Am I Again?

An Evening with Lenny Henry

Comedian Lenny Henry recounts his experiences of growing up in the Black Country and his experiences of racism.

Sun 20 Oct

Prices to be confirmed

Les Misérables

One of the West End's most enduring and loved musicals goes on tour in the UK. The story of Valjean, Javert and their encounter during the years of turmoil in France is adapted from the novel by Victor Hugo and has been running continuously in London since it opened in 1985.

Tue 30 Jun

£55–£75

Wed 1 Jul

£55–£75

Thu 2 Jul

£55–£75

Fri 3 Jul

£55–£75

Sat 4 Jul

£55–£75

Mon 6 Jul

£55–£75

Tue 7 Jul

£55–£75

Wed 8 Jul

£55–£75

Thu 9 Jul

£55–£75

Fri 10 Jul

£55–£75

Sat 11 Jul

£55–£75

Mon 13 Jul

£55–£75

Tue 14 Jul

£55–£75

Wed 15 Jul

£55–£75

Thu 16 Jul

£55–£75

Fri 17 Jul

£55–£75

Sat 18 Jul

£55–£75

Mamma Mia! (Touring)

Tue 12 May

£49–£71

Wed 13 May

£49–£71

Thu 14 May

£49–£71

Fri 15 May

£49–£71

Sat 16 May

£49–£71

Mon 18 May

£49–£71

Tue 19 May

£49–£71

Wed 20 May

£49–£71

Thu 21 May

£49–£71

Fri 22 May

£49–£71

Sat 23 May

£49–£71

Mon 25 May

£49–£71

Tue 26 May

£49–£71

Wed 27 May

£49–£71

Thu 28 May

£49–£71

Fri 29 May

£49–£71

Sat 30 May

£49–£71

Matthew Bourne's Romeo & Juliet

Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet

Acclaimed choreographer and director Matthew Bourne re-imagines Shakespeare's passionate love story, with a new orchestration of Prokofiev's score.

Tue 10 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Wed 11 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Thu 12 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Fri 13 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Sat 14 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

On Your Feet (Touring)

Tue 3 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Wed 4 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Thu 5 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Fri 6 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Sat 7 Sep

Prices to be confirmed

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

UK tour of the stage adaptation of the 1994 movie by the same name.

Mon 13 Apr

£31.50–£53

Tue 14 Apr

£31.50–£53

Wed 15 Apr

£31.50–£53

Thu 16 Apr

£31.50–£53

Fri 17 Apr

£31.50–£53

Sat 18 Apr

£31.50–£53

Rob Beckett: Mouth of the South

Rob Beckett: Mouth of the South

Observational and high-energy new material from the award-winning stand-up.

Thu 6 Feb

Prices to be confirmed

Fri 7 Feb

Prices to be confirmed

Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic's Mixtape

Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic's Mixtape

Brutally honest comedy from the the star of Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan, A League Of Their Own and Judge Romesh.

Sun 3 May

£25.50

Mon 4 May

£25.50

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Matt Slack returns with an all-star cast for the Christmas 2019 pantomime.

Sat 21 Dec

£24–£51

Sun 22 Dec

£24–£51

Mon 23 Dec

£24–£51

Tue 24 Dec

£24–£51

Thu 26 Dec

£24–£51

Fri 27 Dec

£24–£51

Sat 28 Dec

£24–£51

Sun 29 Dec

£24–£51

Mon 30 Dec

£24–£51

Tue 31 Dec

£24–£51

Thu 2 Jan

£24–£51

Fri 3 Jan

£24–£51

Sat 4 Jan

£24–£51

Sun 5 Jan

£24–£51

Tue 7 Jan

£24–£51

Wed 8 Jan

£24–£51

Thu 9 Jan

£24–£51

Fri 10 Jan

£24–£51

Sat 11 Jan

£24–£51

Sun 12 Jan

£24–£51

Tue 14 Jan

£24–£51

Wed 15 Jan

£24–£51

Thu 16 Jan

£24–£51

Fri 17 Jan

£24–£51

Sat 18 Jan

£24–£51

Sun 19 Jan

£24–£51

Tue 21 Jan

£24–£51

Wed 22 Jan

£24–£51

Thu 23 Jan

£24–£51

Fri 24 Jan

£24–£51

Sat 25 Jan

£24–£51

Sun 26 Jan

£24–£51

Tue 28 Jan

£24–£51

Wed 29 Jan

£24–£51

Thu 30 Jan

£24–£51

Fri 31 Jan

£24–£51

Sat 1 Feb

£24–£51

Sun 2 Feb

£24–£51

Tim Minchin

Tim Minchin

The beautiful and hilarious piano man of comedy returns to make us all fun in love with him and his wonky, pretty/dirty perspective on the world.

Fri 15 Nov

£40.50

Sat 16 Nov

£40.50

[Un]leashed: Birmingham Royal Ballet

Three ballets created by female choreographers. Featuring the world premiere of Ballet Now.

Wed 12 Jun

£12–£32

Thu 13 Jun

£12–£32

Fri 14 Jun

£12–£32

Sat 15 Jun

£12–£32

We Will Rock You

We Will Rock You

A run through all your Queen favourites in this musical penned by Ben Elton and members of Queen.

Mon 20 Apr

£45–£66.50

Tue 21 Apr

£45–£66.50

Wed 22 Apr

£45–£66.50

Thu 23 Apr

£45–£66.50

Fri 24 Apr

£45–£66.50

Sat 25 Apr

£45–£66.50

Mon 27 Apr

£45–£66.50

Tue 28 Apr

£45–£66.50

Wed 29 Apr

£45–£66.50

Thu 30 Apr

£45–£66.50

Fri 1 May

£45–£66.50

Sat 2 May

£45–£66.50

The Worst Witch

Long before Harry Potter there was Mildred Hubble. An ordinary girl who found herself in an extraordinary place: a school for witches. Now in her final year, accident prone Mildred and her fellow pupils are about to embark on their biggest and most important adventure yet…

Jealous Ethel Hallow is always out to spoil Mildred’s fun. Miss Hardbroom is opposed to all fun in general. And just as Mildred sparks some inevitable mayhem certain to upset them both, an old enemy returns with a plan for revenge that could threaten not just the Academy, but the whole world.

Featuring all of Jill Murphy’s beloved characters, this thrilling new stage adaptation features original songs, music, magic and a dose of Mildred’s unique brand of utter pandemonium!

Sun 26 May

£18–£22.50

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