Birmingham Hippodrome show line-up 2023: exciting new shows and how to get tickets

Birmingham Hippodrome has announced a new line-up of shows for 2023 featuring musicals, festivals, dance shows, comedy gigs and more -here’s how you can get tickets.

A host of new shows will come to Birmingham Hippodrome in 2023 as part of the city centre theatre’s newly announced season.

Chilina Madon, Director of Audiences and Communications at Birmingham Hippodrome, said this is just the start of another ‘very exciting year’ for audiences.

She continued: “Looking to the rest of 2022, we can’t wait for our vibrant season of new co-productions, the return of some of our favourite festivals and immersive theatre performed not just at the venue, but out in our city and region.

“We are incredibly proud to be working with so many brilliant partners to bring new stories to life and uplifting cultural experiences to people across the region.”

Here’s all you need to know about the new season, including how to get tickets to any of the shows.

Starchitects comes to Birmingham Hippodrome as part of the 2023 programme

What shows are coming to Birmingham Hippodrome in 2023?

The new programme includes Birmingham Hippodrome Associates Motionhouse’s new family show Starchitects, award-winning Matthew Bourne ballet Sleeping Beauty, and Titanic The Musical as part of the production’s tenth-anniversary tour.

Feel-good soul celebration The Commitments will also arrive in Birmingham after a record-breaking five-year run in London’s West End.

How do I get tickets to these new shows?

Tickets are on sale to Friends of Birmingham Hippodrome today.

General sale begins at 11am on Monday, April 25.

Tickets can be brought online or by calling the venue box office on 0844 338 5000.

Sales lines are closed on weekends and bank holidays.

What shows will be staged this year?

There is still a variety of shows to see at Birmingham Hippodrome this summer.

The theatre’s Birmingham 2022 Festival programme includes Akram Khan’s dance-theatre production Jungle Book: Reimagined and Shane Sahmbu’s Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer.

The Hippodrome will close its festival programme with Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby, written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight.

There will also be performances of Soul City Arts’ WASWASA – Whispers in Prayer and China Plate partnership production To The Streets.

A host of festivals are also set to bring the theatre to life over the summer months.

As part of Birmingham International Dance Festival, Birmingham and Barcelona-based HUMANHOOD will stage their new production [Infinite].

Visitors can also enjoy the return of B-SIDE Hip-Hop Festival as well as Birmingham Weekender Festival in partnership with Bullring and Grand Central.

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