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Jane Eyre

04 Sep 17 - 16 Sep 17
Following a critically acclaimed season at the National Theatre, Jane Eyre visits The REP in September 2017. This innovative re-imagining of Charlotte Brontë's masterpiece is a...

Duet For One

22 Sep 17 - 07 Oct 17
There's no God, you know, Dr Feldmann, but I know where they got the idea; they got it from music...

I Knew You

29 Sep 17 - 07 Oct 17
Angela is edging closer to retirement. Then it will just be her, her cat and ready meals for one. Her son Nathan is struggling with being a stay-at-home dad. It's not as if he's had a role...

Man To Man

26 Sep 17 - 30 Sep 17
Manfred Karge's Man to Man tells the story of Ella; a woman forced to adopt the identity of her dead husband in order to survive in Nazi Germany...

The Whip Hand

05 Sep 17 - 16 Sep 17
It's Dougie's birthday. He just turned 50 and his family are throwing him a party. But it's Dougie who has a surprise for them. A bombshell proposal...

A Dangerous Woman

21 Sep 17 - 23 Sep 17
We all had the desire to leave. I felt it from them. A pulse. A real flesh and blood pulse. I know they felt it, you couldn't ignore it, couldn't speak of it. So we silenced its beat...

As A Tiger In The Jungle

22 Sep 17 - 23 Sep 17
A unique theatrical circus experience comes to The REP as part of Birmingham Weekender. Using circus, ceremony and spoken word, Renu Ghalan, Aman Tamang, and Loan TP Hoang tell the story of how...

Play-Reading Group

08 Jun 17 - 08 Feb 18
Discover a range of playwrights, styles and periods with our fun, informal Play-Reading Group...

Comedy Club 4 Kids

16 Sep 17
Like the name says it's a comedy club for kids! The best stand-ups and sketch acts from the international circuit do their thing for an audience of children and their families… but without...

First Stages - No Kidding

23 Sep 17
Bally and Billy are two larger than life entertainers whose clowning routine is full of slapstick and custard pies. They love playing tricks on each other, but Bally takes the jokes too far and Billy...