Tell us your story

Birmingham Repertory Theatre will celebrate its 100th birthday in February 2013 and as part of the plans to mark this landmark anniversary we are asking for local people’s treasured memories of the theatre.

REP100, a project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, will bring to life 100 years of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company. At the heart of the project is a new online archive, REP100.org, which will feature thousands of photos, letters, posters and programmes from past productions and also audio memories from audiences, actors, directors and playwrights.

We want to hear your first memory of going to The REP – that visit may even have been your first visit to a theatre?
Did you or a relative work at the theatre or meet a future partner there?
Do you remember the first ever production at the new REP on Broad Street in the 70’s?
Did you see a star of the future at the Old Rep on Station Street, our original home?
Do you have had a lasting memory of seeing many of the exciting shows over the years from The Snowman to Of Mice and Men?

If you have a story we want to hear it.

Share yours in the comment section below.

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