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The Blue Orange Theatre is a new independent theatre situated in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.  Having recently finished an extensive refurbishment we opened our doors in 2011.
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The Blue Orange Theatre is operated by:  Blue Orange Arts Ltd  A registered charity (No. 1145871) For more information and to see the range of social projects we provide please CLICK HERE.
Download  Latest Programme Blue Orange Arts Presents After learning of his wife Margotís affair, Tony Wendice plots the perfect murder. Hoping to inherit her substantial fortune, he hires an old classmate to carry out the deed.  But when Margotís assailant ends up dead himself, Tony is forced to formulate the perfect plan B. Soon Margot finds herself framed for premeditated murder and it is up to a tenacious detective and Margotís ex-lover Max to prove her innocence.     Thursday 22nd September -  Saturday 1st October 2016 Dial M for Murder
“Putting Birmingham on the Improv Map, and Improv on the Birmingham Map.” Friday 21st October- Sunday 23rd October 2016
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Night Project Theatre &  Blue Orange Theatre Presents Join us for a terrifying and passionate new musical based on one of the most frightening novels ever written. Dracula: The Musical is a thrilling drama of suspense and a Gothic romance of dreamlike temptation. Prepare to be enthralled by a powerful score and a dark, haunting portrayal of Bram Stokerís eternal classic. From the team that brought the terrors of Sweeney Todd to sell-out audiences last year, Dracula is a little-seen musical that is not to be missed.    Friday 28th October -  Saturday 5th November 2016  Dracula: The Musical A Potpourri of Harps International harpist Robin Ward presents a mixed programme of Celtic and Classical music on a variety of rarely heard harps. Taking you on a musical journey from Renaissance Italy to the music of Welsh Gypsies. The French Salon through AndalucŪan Spain and the harpers of the British isles.  Robin performs on a variety of harp of his own construction. His main specialisation is in the playing of the triple-strung harp - A type of harp predominantly used in classical music through the 17th and the first half of the 18th Century.   Saturday 15th October Robin Ward