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Swan LakeEnchanted landscapes and a moonlit lake, BRB captures the essence of one of the greatest ballets - Swan Lake.
Jim DavidsonThe Hippodrome: from ballet to West End musicals and not forgetting a cheeky bit of comedy.
American politicsBirmingham born playwright, David Edgar, has turned his attention to American politics.
Mother CourageWhen war rages all around her, Mother Courage strives to keep her family alive.
GreaseClive went to the first night of the sell out show 'Grease' - he was left feeling 'disappointed'.
FootlooseTeenage high spirits and lots of hit songs from the 80's - Footloose 'cuts loose' on stage.
ForwardFORWARD by Robert Warrington is the story of an extraordinary working class Birmingham family.
Badone Women & Theatre present a gothic fable exploring suppression of natural desires & extreme emotions.
TabooBoy George's hit musical Taboo brings to life the dazzling New Romantic Movement.
The Moscow State CircusThe amazing Moscow State Circus rolled into town - Jenny Jones went along to take a look.
The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeLion, Witch and the Wardrobe: The magical world of Narnia came to Birmingham.
CinderellaCinderella: Julian Clary put's his own slant on the classic pantomime, showing at the Hippodrome.
Birmingham Royal BalletBeauty and the Beast: Raj Ford reviewed Birmingham Royal Ballet's production of the fairy story.
The TweeniesTweenies: Carolle Forde Garcia took her youngsters to see the 'fab four' Tweenies at the NIA.
The Wizard of Oz: all the favourites - Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and Toto.
Christmas Shows: Christmas is a great time to go and see a show and this year there are some great shows.
The Play What I Wrote: More than just a tribute show to Britain's finest-ever comedy double act.
Annie:This latest touring version reunites many of the cast from the 2002 tour and is a hit from the start.
Carousel: "The last time I saw a UK Productions tour of 'Carousel', Sam Kane was playing Jigger."
Madness of George III: is a collaboration between the B'ham Rep and the West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Cats: One of the world's most successful musicals came to The Alex. We have three reviews.
Migrant Voices: Banner Theatre re-toured its production, Migrant Voices, for Black History Month.
More Light: Concubines sealed in a tomb with their dying master rapidly slip into a world of fear.
Scrooge: The festive season began early in Brum, with the arrival of Scrooge at the Hippodrome.
View from the Bridge: Arthur Miller’s raw American tragedy stirred the Rep audience.
Jonathan Church, The REP’s Artistic Director was interviewed by a website user, Dawinder Bansal.
The Birmingham Rep was looking for a dog play 'Toto' in it's Christmas production of The Wizard Of Oz.
Layla Majnun - Harmage Singh Kalirai talks about the sub-continent equivalent of 'Romeo and Juliet'.
Transmissions Festival - a show case of young writers' work. Farrah tells us what it's like to be involved.

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