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Happy Days Bring Blue Skies to Bullring...

Press & PR Assistant Ben Wooldridge (@benwooldridge) writes…

Happy Days were certainly here again this week as the cast of Happy Days – A New Musical… 108 more words

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Previewing a theatrical coup for Birmingham...

This November, Mariinsky Theatre will bring Wagner’s Epic Ring Cycle to Birmingham Hippodrome in a once in a lifetime week of Opera performance. Birmingham Post’s Christopher Morley headed over to St Petersburg to preview this exciting event… 425 more words

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in Birmingham @ The Pickled Piglet

During the football season I tend to split my time between Birmingham and the rest of the country. Since we were playing the Saturday this week, me & my good friends Del & Ceri, decided to reinstate Gin Sundays. 499 more words

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Breakin' Convention line-up revealed!

Press & PR Assistant Ben Wooldridge (@benwooldridge) writes…

We are so, so excited to welcome Breakin’ Convention back to Birmingham Hippodrome again in 2014, and this year promises one of the best line-ups yet! 354 more words

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Give dance a try for a tenner...

Press & PR Assistant, Ben Wooldridge (@benwooldridge) writes…

International Dance Festival Birmingham is now a fixed event in our diaries every two years, one that sees our main stage play host to some of the world’s finest performers and companies; but the great thing is, it’s not for high-brow dance lovers. 173 more words

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The One with the 3,000-word Essay

This past week was the last week of lectures, believe it or not. It feels unbelievably odd to be finished attending class this semester. Of course I still have a paper to write and two exams to sit, so I can’t completely relax yet. 319 more words

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World War I remembered in World Premiere...

As part of the forthcoming anniversary of the onset of WWI, this weekend Birmingham Hippodrome, in partnership with Women & Theatre and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum (Royal Warwickshire), presents an exciting new performance inspired by the experiences of young soldiers from Birmingham during WWI titled THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIERS. 68 more words

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