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The New Alexandra Theatre, commonly known as the Alex, is a theatre on Station Street in Birmingham, England.The theatre currently seats 1,371 and hosts a busy programme of touring drama, West End shows and stand-up comedy. It was the home of the...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham B5 4DS, England
on our visit to see 'Queen of the NIght' a few days ago, we must have walked past the place about six times! There is scaffolding all around the venue. It is an old building and unless I am mistaken with no lifts. Going in...More
Last night saw a brilliant performance of Marley Reprised based on the songs and philosophy of Bob Marley. The performance started late not sure why but possibly because there wasn’t adequate staff to process everyone at the bar, tickets and bag checking. The theatre itself...More
This is my second visit to this theatre.
This time we did the VIP experience, which was great as an extra.
Able to arrive hour half earlier, have a free drink and own room to sit in before and during the interval.
Staff where all...More
A lovely theatre where I have visited a couple of times.Wherever you have a seat you can see the stage.Drinks can be ordered in advance where at the bar in the shows interval can be collected.
This is a very clean place
The New Theatre is lovely and modern, it’s deco brings the theatre up to date. Watched Boogie Nights when I visited with friends which was fantastic and entertaining.
Downside of going to Theatre is I had to pay £18 from a nearby carpark which I...More
Our second experience at this theatre. Each time we are really impressed with the helpfulness of the staff and the ease of finding seats etc.
Whilst the Sting musical was good- the MJ night was incredible. It really was a tribute to Michael by the...More
The performance was great. Would happily see them again, but somewhere else. Unfortunately the theatre don't have what is desperately needed in this day and age which is a no mobile phones policy during the shows. The night was spoilt by the constant distraction of...More