Opened in 1913, the Old Rep is a charming venue that provides a variety of high quality theatre, comedy and musical performances.
Apart from the balcony, the Old Rep is fully wheelchair accessible (via the lift at the Hinckley Street entrance). Wheelchair spaces are available but limited, wheelchair users are advised to book through the venue in order to reserve the space. See here for additional information about access: http://www.oldreptheatre.org.uk/faq.html
Dir: F. W. Murnau USA 1926, 107 mins Cert: PG With a new score by Matt Eaton and Gareth Jones. Demonic wings enveloping a small town. Words burning themselves onto a blank scroll. A night flight on a magic cloak. With the last film he made in Germany before sailing for Hollywood, FW Murnau used […]
Cert: U The Quiet Pioneer is a 1987 documentary about Sir Barry Jackson, the founder of Birmingham Repertory Theatre, giving an insight into his life and work in Birmingham, Stratford and Malvern. The film’s director, Jim Berrow, will be present to introduce the screening. This event is part of the REP100 programme. For more information […]