New & Nurtured
New & Nurtured is Birmingham Repertory Theatre's programme strand celebrating work created by exciting UK artists and theatre company's. Taking place over the Autumn & Winter 2018 season, New & Nurtured presents plays by a remarkable range of talent, and audiences have the chance to pick and choose tickets for 4 of these shows and pay just £30.
Simply click the links below to find out more and book a ticket for each of the shows. Once all 4 tickets are in your basket, the New & Nurtured discount will be applied. For any further information, please feel free to call our box office on 0121 236 4455.
Pop Music 12 - 22 September
By Anna Jordan
From Bruntwood Prize winner Anna Jordan comes a euphoric, nostalgic, poptastic theatre party for anyone who's ever been a d*ck on the dancefloor.
New Nigerians 25 - 29 September
By Oladipo Agboluaje
Following a sold-out London run, this smash-hit new comedy is a sparkling satire on the state of populism in our politics.
All You Need Is LSD 4 - 13 October
By Leo Butler
Part history, part wild fantasy, this darkly humorous new play illuminates the drugs debate that won't go away, written by one of the UK's finest playwrights, Leo Butler and co-produced with Told by an Idiot.
Salt 15 - 16 October
Written and performed by Selina Thompson
Two artists got on a cargo ship and retraced one of the routes of the Transatlantic Slave Triangle - this show is what they brought back.
STUFF 17 - 20 October
Devised and performed by Janice Connolly & Michael Crouch
Scripted by Janice Connolly
A quirky and comedic new production that respectfully shines a light on the subject of hoarding.
Orange Polar Bear 1 - 10 November
By Sun-Duck Ko and Evan Placey
Two fifteen year olds from opposite sides of the world find themselves adrift in a mysterious space, floating like two polar bears on melting icebergs in this urgent play that gives voice to the anger and frustration of a young generation.
The Mountaintop 27 November - 1 December
By Katori Hall
A sharp and powerful Olivier Award-winning play that confronts the legend and legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr.