Solihull Arts Complex
- Telephone 0121 704 6962
- Website www.solihull.gov.uk/artscomplex
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42nd Street: Peterbrook Players
A colourful, energetic and toe-tapping musical which tells the tale of Peggy Sawyer's rise from chorus girl to Broadway star right from her stepping off the bus from Allentown with dreams of stardom.
69 Shades Of Black
Gail Porter stars in a comedy responding to Fifty Shades Of Grey.
The Addams Family: Knowle Musical Society
- Written by: Rick Elise
Family comedy written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elise. Morticia and Gomez Addams want to continue living amongst death, pain and suffering as they always have. But there is a change in their plans as their beloved Wednesday, the ultimate princess of darkness, falls in love with a smart young man from a respectable…
Mon 9 Mar 2015
Tue 10 Mar 2015
Wed 11 Mar 2015
Andy Zaltzman: Satirist For Hire
Political satire from the writer and radio regular.
The Barron Knights
The long-running four-piece play comedy pop songs.
Blake's incredible journey started in 2007 when four friends reunited on Facebook and quickly took the music world by storm as they blurred the lines between pop and classical singing, creating a unique sound like none before. Since then they have released three award-winning albums, travelled the globe, appeared on over…
- Written by: Malcolm Stent
Buddy Holly's Winter Dance Party
In the style of Buddy Holly's string of dance parties across the American mid west in 1959, celebrate the music of Ritchie Valens, Big Bopper, Dion & the Belmonts and Buddy Holly.
Chris Connor: Elvis Tribute
Ambient, new age and jazzy-folk from the multi-instrumentalist.
The band plays instrumental rock covers with a focus on songs from the 1960s.
Derek Acorah: Enlightenment
The Most Haunted medium calls upon the spirits of the dead in a dramatic stage show.
A Diamond Christmas: Live Floral Demo
This show celebrates 60 diamond years of Solihull Flower Club and the beautiful arrangements produced during the evening are raffled off to the audience.
An Evening With Des O'Connor
Des O'Connor was born in East London in 1932 and after a childhood in Northampton after being evacuated during the Second World War and being drafted in for National Service, Des has gone on to become one of Britain's best-known light entertainers. Des received his first UK television show The Des O'Connor Show in 1963…
An Evening with Gervase Phinn
The Yorkshire writer and radio personality talks about his life and work.
An Evening With Nick Owen & Doug Ellis: Talk
Broadcaster Owen and former Aston Villa chairman Ellis talk about aspects of football.
Sat 11 Oct
An Evening with Pam Ayres
A cosy evening of poetry, stories and incredible wit from the lady herself.
The Floyd Effect: Pink Floyd Tribute
A musical tribute to the UK's most famous prog-rock band.
The class deals with posture work, breathing techniques, relaxation and visualisation.
Honk!: SOSage Factory
- Written by: Hans Christian Andersen
High-energy musical comedy about an ugly duckling who faces ridicule and loneliness because he is different. Based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's most beloved tales.
The Houghton Weavers
Folk music suffused with comedy.
Kiss Me, Kate: St. Augustine's Musical Theatre Company
This musical is full of fun, laughter and spirit. Based on Shakespeare's Taming Of The Shrew, it follows a company of travelling actors who are moving from one theatre to another.
Tue 18 Nov
Wed 19 Nov
Thu 20 Nov
The Legend Of Luke Kelly: Luke Kelly Tribute
The show celebrates the memory and music of a true Irish musical legend 30 years after his death.
Wed 15 Apr 2015
Malcolm Stent In The Afternoon
Stories, gags and guest acts.
Gensis tribute act that plays all eras of the band's history, from Gabriel through Collins to Wilson.
Open All Hours
- Written by: Roy Clarke OBE
An adaptation of Roy Clarke OBE's popular BBC TV sitcom set in a corner shop, which blends together classic moments and memorable lines from over 20 episodes.
Wed 10 Sep
Thu 11 Sep
Fri 12 Sep
Our House: Solihull On Stage
A dramatic and humorous story in which 16-year-old Joe Casey is caught breaking into a building and must decide whether to make a run for it or turn himself in. Featuring the hits of British ska band Madness.
The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark: Blunderbus (Ages 3-7)
- Written by: Jill Tomlinson
Based on the bestselling children's classic by Jill Tomlinson and adapted for the stage by the Blunderbus team, with music and lyrics by Frank Goodhind.
Fri 31 Oct
£8 / 0121 704 6962
Entertainment from the comedian and magician, star of BBC 1's Magicians, bringing together weird tricks and a cocky performance.
Phoenix Dance Company: Changes
An uplifting and inspirational dance show for all the family with show-stopping, fully-choreographed routines and songs.
Tue 21 Oct
Pride And Prejudice
Two actors from Two Bit Classics play 21 different characters in a comical and romantic take on Jane Austen's novel.
Rolling Back the Years
Evening of nostalgic music featuring tributes to Fred Astaire, Sinatra, Judy Garland and Buddy Holly amongst others.
Mon 29 Sep
Rory McGrath & Philip Pope
Musical comedy from the stand-up and composer.
Show Me: Chris And Pui
Sing songs, discover musical instruments and play games with BBC presenters Chris Jarvis and Pui.
Stand Up and Rock
An evening of stand-up starring Brum comedian Jasper Carrott and his pals Bev Bevan, Trevor Burton, Geoff Turton, Joy Strachan-Brain and Danny King.
State Fair: St Alphege Musical Production Society
A performance of the famous musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Tue 4 Nov
Wed 5 Nov
Thu 6 Nov
Steppin' Out: Workshop (Over 50s)
A gentle style class exploring a variety of different dance styles through the eras.
Steve King Big Band
The brass player leads the band as they perform various jazz standards.
Summer Art And Craft In The Studio (Over 4s)
Take part in underwater-themed arts and crafts sessions.
Tue 5 Aug
Thu 7 Aug
The well-established Enniscrone-based vocalist performs folk and pop.
Upbeat Beatles: The Beatles Tribute
The Fab Four get their hits covered.
The Vicar Of Dibley
- Written by: Ian Gower
Relive the arrival of the down-to-earth female vicar, Geraldine Granger, and meet again the many oddball inhabitants of the quiet village of Dibley in this two act stage play adapted by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter.