The Alexandra, Birmingham

The Alexandra was built in 1901 by William Coutts and was originally called the Lyceum. The theatre is home to first class entertainment and is a valuable contributor to entertainment and culture in Birmingham and the Midlands as a whole. A justly earned reputation for presenting first-rate musicals has been bolstered in recent years and in its centenary year, The Alexandra continues to provide the very best in entertainment.

Your Visit

Plan your visit to The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham! Explore the options below and find a way to make your night at our venue even more special.

Ambassador Lounge
Ambassador Lounge

From sophisticated bars to cosy rooms, the Ambassador Lounge has something to suit any occasion. Add some sparkle to your night out and enjoy a show with bespoke service.

Happy Hour in the Piano Bar
Happy Hour in the Piano Bar

Take advantage of our special offers from 6pm – 7pm every Sunday – Thursday: Bottle of prosecco £15 | 4 beers £15 | 2 cocktails for £10 Ts & Cs apply. Please note the Piano Bar is on the first floor of the venue with access via stairs only

Access
Access

We offer a range of access facilities including induction loop necklace, headsets and wheelchair spaces and programme a variety of accessible performances (Signed, Captioned, Relaxed, Audio Described and Touch Tours).

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Seat Sponsorship
Seat Sponsorship

The best seat in the house has your name on it! Whether you are celebrating a special occasion, buying a unique gift or honouring the memory of a loved one, it couldn’t be easier to name a seat in our stunning auditorium. Call us on 0121 230 9075 to speak to a member of our team.

Stage Experience
Stage Experience

Stage Experience is open to anyone aged 9 – 24 able to commit two weeks of their summer holiday to putting on a musical! Participants will work alongside industry professionals to put on a full-scale production in just two weeks! Applications open in January, with auditions in the spring.

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