The Stylistics to Headline at The Jam House

Grammy nominated hit sensations, The Stylistics, will be headlining at the Jam House, on Wednesday.

Mike Sanchez at The Jam House

Notorious British singer, piano player and guitarist, Mike Sanchez, will be headlining at the Jam.

Legendary Jazz Trumpeter, Tom Browne, at The Jam House

Tom Browne first rose to prominence through his early work with American jazz saxophonist Sonny.

The Three Degrees at The Jam House

Major hit record selling American female vocal group, The Three Degrees, will be headlining at.

Toploader, to headline at The Jam House Birmingham on 20th July

Multi-million selling, chart-topping alternative British rock band, Toploader, will be headlining at the Jam House.

90’s Indie-Starlets, Jesus Jones, at The Jam House

British alternative rock band and 90’s indie-starlets, Jesus Jones, will be headlining at The Jam.

Live Music Every Week at The Rectory

The Rectory bar in St Pauls Square in The Jewellery Quarter is showcasing local music.

‘The Other Side’ – A Play for Today, told by the Voices of Yesterday

What if, despite everything, there was an Afterlife? What if, somehow, the Dead could speak?.

Kym Mazelle, to headline at The Jam House

Regarded as the pioneer of house music in the United Kingdom and credited as ‘The.

Loose Ends featuring Carl McIntosh, to perform at The Jam House

British R&B trio, Loose Ends featuring Carl McIntosh, will be performing at The Jam House.

At the Coffin Works in 2017 – ‘Penny Dreadful!’ or ‘Mrs. Lovetts Revenge…’

There are chills and chuckles in abundance with this original one-woman show featuring Sweeney Todd’s.


On 31st October we celebrate Halloween, the day when ghosts and Ghoulies, witches and fairies.

Jewellery Quarter Festival 2016

Following the storming success of its first year, Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter Festival is back and.

Blue Orange Theatre Presents The Importance of Being Earnest

The dependable Jack Worthing, a pillar of the community, is profoundly in love with Gwendolyn.

‘Jewellery Quarter at War’

(Youth Theatre explore Local History in Performance) Saturday 12th March – Saturday 19th March Performances.

Christmas Carols with Birmingham Bach Choir

The Birmingham Bach Choir returns to the Jewellery Quarter for their always anticipated traditional Christmas.

Time to get Spooky With Birmingham’s Notorious Choir

For Museums at Night this October the Coffin Works have joined forces with Birmingham’s notorious.

Edward II at Blue Orange Theatre

(17th September to 23rd September 2015) The Blue Orange Theatre is to present the rarely.

Jazz Talent Discovered in Jewellery Quarter

by Anna Gibson Following previous Jazz Festivals where Anna was a main organiser, she was.

Birmingham Bach Choir: Duruflé Requiem

The work of three leading French composers will be performed by Birmingham Bach Choir at.

‘Theatre of The Unemployed!’

(20th April to 27th July 2015) Blue Orange Arts embarks on two new social projects.

Half-Term Youth Theatre!

Once again the Blue Orange Theatre presents a Half Term Youth Theatre Workshop for all.

Ghostly Goings On at Blue Orange…..

This classic psychological thriller appears in a new adaptation for Blue Orange. A young Governess.

The Blue Orange Theatre – Love is a Many Splendid Thing!

After the success of ‘A Female Perspective’ in April, the Blue Orange writers once again.

BJA Awards Ceremony 2014

At the BJA’s Award Ceremony to celebrate the successes of 2014 across its diverse membership,.

A Tale as Old as Time …… Beauty & the Beast!

At the Blue Orange Theatre This classic fairytale is of two completely different people who.

A Monster Hit Guaranteed

A monster lurks around the corner at the Blue Orange Theatre! Following on from Dracula.

Jewellery & Giftware Ball 4 Dec 2014

Be sure not to miss this year’s Jewellery & Giftware Ball (in aid of the.

Adult bullying? There’s no such thing. Is there?

The Blue Orange Theatre are pleased to announce their recent touring production entitled Statistics Unavailable.

‘A Family Concern: The Jewellery Quarter at War’ at Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

During the first half of September a series of special promenade drama performances were held.