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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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LouDeemY Soup Comedy Night 2nd Monday of the Month Pay What You Can Bar 7.00pm Start 7.30pm
Box of Frogs Toadally Free Comedy 3rd Monday of the Month Free Entry Bar 7.00pm Start 7.30pm All your favourite improv games unrehearsed and improvised live.
Blue Orange Theatre Presents Jane Eyre     Charlotte Bronteís tale of a young womanís courageous fight through injustice and hardship. Janeís life begins with physcial and psychological abuse at the hands of her aunt. During her time at school, her spiritual and moral sensibilities flourish despite continued oppression. Eventually, Jane is employed as a governess at Thornfield Hall where she falls in love with Edward Rochester, master of the house. Rochester eventually proposes to Jane but the complexities of his past ensure that Janeís struggles are far from over. Thursday 26th February - Saturday 7th March 2015
Birmingham Fest returns this summer with two and a half weeks packed full of exciting fringe theatre. Check back for more information as the festival is programmed or visit www.birminghamfest.co.uk
17th July - 2nd August 2015
Blue Orange Arts Presents A young Governess is sent to look after two children in a remote country house. Soon after she arrives, strange things begin to happen. Ghostly figures at the window, strangers wandering in the grounds of the house, and a dark history of forbidden love and sudden death. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.     Thursday 23rd April - Saturday 2nd May 2015 The Turn of the Screw Blue Orange Arts Presents After his parents are eaten by an escaped rhinoceros during a trip to London, James Henry Trotter is sent to live with his two gruesome aunts, Spiker and Sponge.   But when James accidentally spills a sack of tiny glowing-green crocodile tongues onto a peach tree, it bears the biggest fruit ever seen! Along with an array of enchanted creatures, he embarks on an adventure that takes him over land and sea and even into the sky!     Saturday 23rd May - Sunday 7th June 2015 Roald Dahlís James and the Giant Peach