We’ve planned the schedule to allow enough time to get between venues in time for the next show, but plan your route beforehand.
The city is served well by taxis, Uber and Bolt, though not as quickly as it used to be. There are lots of bus routes around Birmingham with contactless card now accepted on them. A tramline runs from Birmingham New Street to Wolverhampton with lots of stops en route.
Midlands Arts Centre is slightly further out of the city, but can be walked in 40 minutes from Digbeth or you can get on buses 1, 35, 45, 47, 62 and 63 (depending on where you’re leaving from) or take a 10minute taxi – but beware Birmingham rush hour is notoriously bad!
Warwick Arts Centre and Belgrade Theatre is in Coventry. Take a short train journey from Birmingham New Street then it’s a 10 minute walk to Belgrade Theatre or a 10 minute bus/taxi to Warwick Arts Centre. Trains run until late giving you plenty of time to get back to Birmingham or London, or wherever.
FREE FIERCE BUS!
On Tuesday 11th October, get the free Fierce bus to Warwick Arts Centre for the Festival Night to see the UK Premiere of Philippe Quesne’s Farm Fatale and Liz Ord’s Peaked Too Soon. The Fierce Fun Bus leaves the city centre at 6pm and returns after the show. To reserve your space on the bus email email@example.com
7SVN, 77A Upper Trinity Street
77A Upper Trinity Street, Digbeth
Birmingham, B9 4EG United Kingdom
Belgrade Theatre Coventry
Belgrade Square, Corporation Street
Coventry, CV1 1GS United Kingdom
Birmingham Hippodrome, Patrick Studio
Birmingham Hippodrome, Thorp Street
Birmingham, B5 4TB United Kingdom
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
Birmingham, B3 3DH
Bullring & Grand Central
Birmingham, B5 4BU United Kingdom
Crescent Theatre, Main House
20 Sheepcote Street
Birmingham, B16 8AE
Midlands Arts Centre
Midlands Arts Centre, Cannon Hill Park
Birmingham, B12 9QH United Kingdom
Birmingham, B1 2EA United Kingdom
Warwick Arts Centre
University of Warwick, Gibbet Hill Road
Coventry, CV4 7AL United Kingdom