Dancing just got serious!2024 starts with a bang as The Rep presents the UK Premiere of Bhangra Nation – A New Musical. This sensational new show about finding your true self is a pulsating and powerful story told with verve.When Mary and Preeti’s Bhangra team qualifies for Nationals, they set off on opposing quests to dance to their own beat. Drawing from competitive Bhangra and mixing it with other Indian and Western dance forms, Bhangra Nation – A New Musical is a brash, intoxicating and joyous musical comedy for today.This exhilarating new musical, from the international creative team put together by Tony Award-winning producer Mara Isaacs (Hadestown) and Tom Kirdahy (Hadestown, The Inheritance), celebrates the traditions we inherit from yesterday and those we create for tomorrow and promises to be a seriously great theatrical experience for all.
Birmingham's New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street stations
There is no onsite parking available at The Rep. Q-Park Brindleyplace and Mailbox car parks are conveniently located nearby to the theatre and offer safe and secure parking in addition to a range of convenient services.By booking your parking 24 hours in advance online at q-park.co.uk you can save up to 40% on the daily parking cost and guarantee your space. Rep customers can save an extra 10% by using the promo code REP10 when you book. In addition, for each booking Q-Park will donate a further 10% to support our ongoing fundraising appeal.Parking cannot be booked via The Rep but is also available nearby on Brindley Drive, at The Mailbox, Paradise Circus Multi-Storey, Utilita Arena, Tennant Street and Holliday Street. With big events at the Utilita Arena or Symphony Hall you’re always advised to allow extra time for your journey.
Available from 90 minutes before the start of the performance.
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Birmingham Repertory Theatre is located on Centenary Square, Birmingham. Commonly known as the Rep, the theatre 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 the first purpose-built repertory theatre in the world. Despite experiencing financial losses in its early decades, the theatre’s reputation attracted serious talent, including Laurence Olivier, Cedric Hardwicke and Edith Evans.The Rep transferred over to their Broad Street venue in 1971 and enjoyed many years of success there. The construction of The Studio the following year saw some of Britain’s greatest artistic talent make use of it, including Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench and Derek Jacobi.The Rep presents a diverse programme of works, and is especially well known for its musicals. Some of the biggest world premieres have started there, recently including The Snowman (which has had international acclaim), and Nativity! The Musical.Opening Times:Phone Lines - 12pm till 6pm Monday to SaturdayCounter - 1pm till 6pm Monday to SaturdayIf we have an evening performance our box office will be open until 15 minutes after the start of performance and phone lines will close 1 hour prior to the performance start time.We are closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays unless we have a performance.Box Office Contact Details:firstname.lastname@example.org 236 4455
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