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End-Of-Year Count 2013: Theatre/Stage

Posted in Stage, Well, it passes the time by Russ L on 29 December, 2013

It’s a relief to be able to say I actually saw more plays than could be counted on my fingers this year, even if it still wasn’t a huge amount. And even if the first half of the 2013 was entirely feeble in this particular regard.

2/2/13 – “The Cardinals” (Stan’s Café) @ A.E. Harris, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

12/7/13 – “Taking Care Of Business” (Big Script) @ The Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham

12/7/13 – “Parklife” (Inamoment Theatre) @ The Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham

13/7/13 – “The Inferno Kid” (Alex Brockie) @ Blue Orange Theatre, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

17/7/13 – “Ledge” (Studio3 Theatre) @ Blue Orange Theatre, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

18/7/13 – “Tempestory” (Hôtel Teatro) @ A.E. Harris, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

20/7/13 – “I Am Blackbird” (Kate Walton) @ The Crescent Theatre, Birmingham

21/7/13 – “The Importance Of Being Earnest” (Crescent Theatre Company) @ the gardens of Harvington Hall, near Kidderminster

3/8/13 – “Tea With Oscar” (Don’t Go Into The Cellar Theatre Company) @ The Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham

7/9/13 – “As The World Tipped” (Wired Aerial Theatre) @ Victoria Square, Birmingham

2/10/13 – “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy Radio Show… Live!” (Radio Theatre Company) @ The New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

12/10/13 – “Twighlightofthefreakinggods” (Stan’s Café) @ A.E. Harris, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

9/11/13 – “The Anatomy Of Melancholy” (Stan’s Café) @ The Rep (Library Studio Theatre Space), Birmingham

22/11/13 – “Josef K” (Borrowed Robes Theatre Company) @ The Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham

14/12/13 – “Oh No It Isn’t” (Belgrade Theatre Company) @ The Belgrade Theatre (B2), Coventry

19/12/13 – “366 Days Of Kindness” (Bernadette Russell) @ The Rep Theatre (The Door), Birmingham

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Opera, though certainly describable as ‘stage’, had its own list. “Twilightofthefreakinggods”, of course, was like a mimed opera with different music. It seemed to fit more naturally here.

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