Sign Up To Theatre Tokens Emails

Get competitions, offers and ways to make the most of your theatre trip.
Receive details of what's on across the country and at theatres near you and your chosen locations.
Plus, a chance to win a £100 Theatre Tokens Gift Card or eGift every month!

Give the gift of theatre

Your search results

Your search for "Theatres within 25 miles of 'Birmingham'" has found 6 theatres.

NELat NELng SWLat SWLng Plotted Markers
Key: Theatre Includes What's On Includes Offers Chosen Theatre

You can add this location when you for offers and what's on highlights straight to your inbox.

The Alexandra Theatre Birmingham

The Alexandra Birmingham is a theatre located on Suffolk Queensway in Birmingham. It has been an active theatre since 1901, and has been renovated four times since its original construction. The venue initially opened as the Lyceum Theatre, but has been called The Alexandra since 1902: it is known to locals as the Alex. The Alexandra had an unfortunate beginning. After only a year of being open, the theatre had to be sold onto a different owner: Lester Collingwood bought the theatre for £4,000 but was to suffer a fatal road accident 8 years later. His successor was Leon Salberg,...

READ MORE0.2 miles from your location.

Birmingham Repertory Theatre

Birmingham Repertory Theatre is located in Centenary Square, Birmingham. The theatre forms part of the International Convention Centre (ICC), which is one of the UK’s main conference venues. The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company itself (commonly known as the Rep) has been one of the longest-established building-based theatre companies in the UK. The Rep was originally established in 1907 by theatre director Barry Jackson, and founded its first home on Station Street in 1913. The construction of the building took just four months, operating both day and night, and became...

READ MORE0.7 miles from your location.

Lichfield Garrick Theatre

Lichfield Garrick is a purpose-built theatre in Lichfield, Staffordshire. The theatre presents its own productions as well as touring shows. It forms a part of the local theatre community and is used by amateur companies for musicals and plays. It has been open since 2003 and has two creative spaces: the main auditorium which seats 562 people and the Studio which seats 157 people. The current theatre was used to replace the old Arts Centre and Civic Hall, which was the main theatre venue until then. The £5.5 million project was completed in 2003. The architect Alan Short...

READ MORE14.4 miles from your location.

Warwick Arts Centre

Warwick Arts Centre is a multi-purpose arts venue on the campus of the University of Warwick in Coventry. It is the largest venue in the Midlands and the second largest venue of its kind besides the Barbican in London. The Warwick Arts Centre welcomes approximately 300,000 visitors a year and is host to over 3,000 events of contemporary works, classical music, drama, comedy, dance and films annually. The original building was constructed in 1974, and has consistently delivered high-quality touring productions and supported the creative talents of the University of Warwick....

READ MORE15.6 miles from your location.

Belgrade Theatre

Belgrade Theatre is Coventry’s largest professional theatre, and acts as both a producing and receiving theatre for the local people. Having been the first civic theatre to be built after World War II, the venue is seen as a symbol of prosperity following the major damage caused to the city because of bombing. The theatre is Grade II listed and has a large capacity of 858. Belgrade Theatre opened in 1958 and took its name from a kind of timber largely used in its construction which was gifted to them by the official authorities of Belgrade, in Serbia (which is Coventry’s...

READ MORE16.7 miles from your location.

Royal Shakespeare Company

The Royal Shakespeare Company (at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre) is based in Stratford-upon-Avon – the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The theatre is dedicated to the playwright, and the majority of its productions are reimaginations of his works. The theatre was designed by Elisabeth Scott and is therefore considered to be the first important work to be constructed in Britain by a female architect. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre originally opened in 1932 as the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in recognition of the previous theatre on its site. It had the ‘classic’ theatre...

READ MORE21.4 miles from your location.

Tokenline: 020 3011 0755

Here at we use cookies to:
- improve our website performance;
- help you share our content across your social media networks; and
- personalise our advertisements to you.

To accept our cookies please click the button below, or for further details and the chance to specify your cookie preferences please click ‘more information’.

You can change your preferences at any time by visiting the “Cookies Preferences” page, which can be found via our footer. View our Privacy and Cookies policies for full details.