Pilot Nights at Stirchley Baths May 12th 7.30pm

The line up has now been announced for the Pilot Nights this Thursday at Stirchley Baths and it is shaping up to be a great night – with some funny acts so come and see some great theatre on your doorstep.

Acts will be:

  • Major Labia – Major Labia
  • Sebastian H.W. – Chokolatl
  • Nathan Birkinshaw – Kayne West
  • Susie Sillett – The Cost of Money
  • Sinéad Brady – What would Milandra do?

See these new ideas from some of the UK’s most exciting theatre makers, and stick around afterwards for music and drinks and to meet the artists and let them know what you thought.

Keep an eye on our Facebook Page and Twitter for more information about the artists and the pieces they will be presenting in May!

Tickets are now on sale and you can book them here: http://www.oxboffice.com/EventDetails.aspx?eid=17828

Change Kitchen at Stirchley Baths – Pre Theatre Dinner & Canapés 

ChangeKitchen will be serving pre-theatre dinner, including a special offer 2 course meal
wth a glass of wine for £12.  There will be canapés in the interval – £5 for a plate of canapés or £8 canapés & a glass of wine .

We will be serving wine, beer, prosecco after the show too.

Booking advised for pre theatre menu – birgit.kehrer@changekitchen.co.uk

About Pilot Nights:

PILOT Nights provide a space where theatre-makers can develop their work and try out new ideas in front of a lively and supportive crowd; the pieces presented are all works-in-progress.
PILOT Nights has been running for over 10 years and remains an important part of the creative landscape for the independent theatre sector. Open to artists from across the UK, PILOT Nights take place in venues across the West Midlands.

The Co-Pilot:

Birmingham based arts collective, Play More, create subversive, playful and humorous experiences in non-theatre spaces to encourage people to get involved and play .more. They have delivered work in factories, pubs, city squares and music festivals with previous partners including the mac, Birmingham Hippodrome and Birmingham University. They like immersive and exploratory performance, working in unusual spaces and exploring the space between performance, spectacle and game

The Venue:
Stirchley Baths is a newly opened community hub in restored Edwardian Swimming baths.

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