Stories To Tell In The Middle Of The Night To Embark On Community Tour
Stories To Tell In The Middle Of The Night plays at The REP from 9 - 18 February. Created by REP Foundry alumna, Francesca Millican-Slater, this amusing and gripping collection of short, quirky tales is reminiscent of Roald Dahl's stories for adults. Following its run at The REP, the show will embark on a community tour supported by the Barry Jackson Trust and UHY Hacker Young. Take a look below for full tour details:
Tuesday 21 February, 7pm
Bleakhouse Library, Bleakhouse Road, Oldbury, West Midlands B68 9DS
Buy Tickets 0121 422 2798
Brasshouse Community Centre
Friday 24 February, 7.30pm
Brasshouse Community Centre, Brasshouse, Brasshouse Lane, Smethwick, B66 1BA (Sat Nav B66 1BQ)
Optional three course pre-theatre dinner available by calling 0121 555 5672.
Free parking on site.
Buy Tickets here
Welcome Café @ Erdington Welcome Centre
Saturday 25 February, 5pm
109 High Street, Erdington, B23 6SA
Buy Tickets 0121 382 2568
Wednesday 1 March, 6.30pm
BID Services, Deaf Cultural Centre, Ladywood Road, Birmingham, B16 8SZ
Buy Tickets 0121 246 6100
Thursday 2 March, 7.30pm
High Street, Smethwick, B66 1AA
Buy Tickets 0121 558 0497
Northfield Community Hub
Saturday 4 March, 8pm
Prices Square, Northfield High Street, Birmingham, B31 2JT
Buy Tickets 07977 238184
Sunday 5 March, 6.30pm
Stirchley Baths, 2-4 Bournville Lane, Stirchley, B30 2JT
Buy Tickets 0121 464 9072
Ladywood Community Centre
Wednesday 8 March, 5pm
Ladywood Community Centre, St Vincent Street, Birmingham, B16 8RP
Buy Tickets 0121 455 5070
Friday 10 March, 1pm
Artrix, Bromsgrove, B60 1GN
Buy Tickets 01527 577330
The Old Print Works
Saturday 11 March, 8pm
The Old Print Works, 498-506 Moseley Road, Birmingham, B12 9AH
Buy Tickets here
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