With additional material by John Ramm, Jude Kelly and Julian Hough
- Preview Performance
- Press Night
- Post Show Discussion
- BSL Interpreted
Three towering talents play a cast of thousands in this new comedy of Biblical proportions by the writer of the Olivier Award-winning West End hit The 39 Steps.
A travelling theatre troupe of two actors and an opera singer arrive by camel in the ancient town of Birmingham to masterfully enact the greatest story ever told.
Join the absurdly talented Maurice Rose (Hugh Dennis), the alarmingly unpredictable Ronald Bream RAC (John Marquez), and the distinguished diva Mrs Leonora Fflyte (Lesley Garrett), in a hilarious Christmas comedy that conjures up the sublime, the ridiculous and the truly angelic.
The Messiah promises to be the funniest and most magical Nativity you will ever see.
Directly prior to West End.
*Please note that due to a prior engagement, Lesley Garrett will not be appearing on 23 and 24 October.
Writer / Director Patrick Barlow
Designer Francis O'Connor
Associate Director Tom Latter
Lighting Designer Howard Hudson
Sound Designer Bobby Aitken
Choreographer Siân Williams
See More And Save Money
Book for The Messiah and The Wizard Of Oz at the same time and enjoy a £5 discount on the cost of each ticket with our Director's Choice offer.*
*Please note this offer does not apply to lowest priced tickets and only one discount applies per ticket.
Previews (18-20 October) and weekday matinee (25 October) from £10
Group, family, disabled and school rates available via our box office.
Fees and Charges
Please note we charge a transaction fee of £2.50 on all payment types. This covers administration costs and postage and enables us to provide a dedicated booking service. This charge does not apply to transactions under £10, group bookings over 50 and school group bookings. We also waive this charge if you are a REP Friend.
Please talk to a member of our BOX office team if you require further information
Contains some strong language
BSL 27 October 2pm
Post-Show Discussion 26 October