A close up of the red cinema chairs and steps

Meet the New Us

Posted
Thursday 15 July 2021

As we approach our reopening, we've created a taster video to get you as excited as we are about meeting in our new spaces and our upcoming programme! Keep an eye out for more news about our reopening soon.

Meet in Art

Featuring just a few "blink-and-you'll-miss-it" glimpses from the countless incredible performances, performers, exhibitions and events we've hosted, (as well as a number yet to come). We hope this reminds you of some brilliant, inspiring and enjoyable times. See What's On to book your tickets for our upcoming shows. 

Credits

Our film couldn’t have been completed without the help of many generous artists. Our thanks to:

  • Nouveau Riche – Queens of Sheba by Jessica L. Hagan and Ryan Calais Cameron
  • Sound UK – A Change is Gonna Come: Music For Human Rights
  • Sculpture by Gerard Byrne
  • Far from the Norm – BLKDOG by Botis Seva 
  • Another Minimalism: Ann Veronica Janssens' Yellow Rose (2007)
  • Lakwena Maciver, Nothing Can Separate Us
  • Black Voices
  • Gandini Juggling -- Smashed 
  • Birmingham Royal Ballet – Swan Lake
  • Iron & Wine 
  • Symoné – Guava Flow (It Gets Lighter From Here)
  • City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
  • Shiyi Li  - Moonlight (It Gets Lighter From Here)
  • Green Carnation Company - My Night With Reg (film by Bloody Bandit Productions) 
  • Lakwena painting (from Nothing Can Separate Us exhibition)
  • Scene from Kaleidoscope Exhibition
  • Another Minimalism: Olafur Eliasson's Ephemeral afterimage star (2008)
  • Rhum & Clay – The War of the Worlds
  • Gecko – show in development (film by Todd MacDonald)
  • Shappi Khorsandi
  • Alan Carr
  • Filskit Theatre – Kaleidoscope
  • Divya Kasturi - Ranjani Mala (film by Jo Cork Dance and Digital)
  • The Rheingans Sisters - The Yellow Of The Flowers (Video created and directed by Sam Wisternoff - Ill Spectre Productions) 
  • Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die (film)
  • Robert Downey Jr in Dolittle (film)
  • Fuel in association with English Touring Theatre -The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, adapted by Inua Ellams and directed by Femi Elufowoju, jr.
  • CandoCo Dance Company - Hot Mess by Theo Clinkard