Birmingham Hippodrome Musicals 2010

Les Miserables- March 23rd-April 17th


Les Miserables is the World’s longest Musical, and this year’s 25th anniversary will be celebrated not only in the West End, but across the country including Birmingham.

A new cast is being brought in to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the musical production, including Broadway and West End star Johna Owen Jones playing Jean Valjean, Waest End stars Earl Carpenter as Javert and Gareth Gates as Marius.

Dream the Dream in Birmingham and enjoy some of the greatest songs including, ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, ‘Do You Hear the People Sing?’ ‘On My Own’, ‘Bring Him Home’ and Many more.

Dream Boats and Petite Coats-May 17th-22nd

The new production of the musical will be directed by Laurence Connor and James Powell, with new design inspired by Victor Hugo Paintings, by Matt Kinsley.

The unforgettable breathtaking show is only on for a limited time only, so don’t miss it!

This Musical, features some of the greatest hit songs of the Rock ‘n’ Roll era, inspired by Dreamboats and Petticoats smash-hit million selling album.  

This musical tells a story of a time when love, rock ‘n’ roll and fame beckon, in this 1961 tale, Norman and Bobby compete to write a national song writing competition- but the biggest prize is the affection of Sue.

The Musical has received a standing ovation nearly every night for its outstanding production.

Dreamboats and Petticoats- the songs will live forever!

Wallop Mrs Cox- June 8th-12th

Wallop is the hysterical local Brummie Musical- following on from the likes of Blood Brothers in Liverpool, London’s Me and My Girl’ Wallop is an outstanding production which combines deliciously sarcastic dialogue with dialect synonymous with the City of Birmingham.

Wallop Mrs Cox is set in Birmingham’s City centre’s Bull Ring during the two world wars period, based on a Emily Cox a mother of thirteen children and an aspiring figure in the community. The musical shows her life from a young girl through to a lady, living through the change and turbulence.

Birmingham Hippodrome stage has been transformed especially to cater for this production, brining songs like ‘Hello Bullring’, ‘The back of Rackhams’ and ‘Birmingham’.

Wallop gets audiences, laughing, crying and on their feet cheering with pride.


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