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This was the first time we had been to the Birmingham Rep Theatre, we went to see the Wizard of Oz. The theatre is beautiful and the acoustics were fantastic. The play was brilliant from all the fantastic production, acting and singing. You could even...More
What an amazing show. My 9 year old daughter loved it, she was in awe. Great costume, acting in fact everything. The theatre is great, staff friendly and easy to get to. Loved it. I'm seeing it again with my school this week!
We have attended shows at the Rep for years but have never attended a poor performance until the Wizard of Oz on Boxing Day. Whilst the actors and actresses themselves were obviously talented and did their best with their parts, much of the casting ultimately...More
Date of experience: December 2018
BirminghamRep, General Manager at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Ltd., responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago
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I have just been to see this production I must say it was very good the two outstanding characters for me where the scarecrow and the dog puppet master they where excellent. The scarecrows acting skills are amazing and the dog puppet master is so...More
Went to watch the musical the wizard of oz. overall a good experience and everything ran on time. The place is easily accessible from Birmingham city centre and there was plenty of staff to help you and getting to your seats was very easy. Plenty...More
What a fabulous show
An modern twist on an iconic story. Singing, dancing, sets, costumes and story lines were just amazing. We also booked a pre-theatre supper with desserts and coffee in the interval which added to the experience. Can thoroughly recommend it!
How lucky Birmingham is to have The Rep The new library Symphony Hall and the Barclay Card Indoor Arena, all together.
The Rep is a gem of a theatre. No bad seats. No restricted views anywhere. All on one level.
Parking for The Rep is...More
Saw The Lovely Bones.....quite brilliant and every bit as good as the film.
The gents toilets however were all occupied by homeless folk...( huge bags visible under the doors) and huge queues whilst usherette looked in every girls bag but NOT in mens coats...overcoats etc....More
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I don't think there are any bad seats, it's only a small auditorium. However, just a word of warning. There is no central aisle, so whilst people are still coming into the auditorium and taking their seats, there's a lot... More
I don't think there are any bad seats, it's only a small auditorium. However, just a word of warning. There is no central aisle, so whilst people are still coming into the auditorium and taking their seats, there's a lot of getting up and sitting down again to let people get to their seats. Might be worth trying to get fairly central seats in an effort to minimise the number of times you have to get up and sit down again as people need to get past you. I don't think that there's a "dress circle", I think it's just one auditorium.
To be honest there are no bad seats and for children's plays the front seats are magical for them. Personally we always choose 5th 6th row back, a much better view of both sides of the stage which is a small issue at the... More
To be honest there are no bad seats and for children's plays the front seats are magical for them. Personally we always choose 5th 6th row back, a much better view of both sides of the stage which is a small issue at the front.