New Alexandra Theatre

The New Alexandra Theatre is an Edwardian theatre with 1371 seats in the heart of Birmingham, just 5 minutes walk from New Street Station. Each season sees a variety of productions from touring West End productions, to family friendly shows with a great range of comedy, musicals and concerts. Built in 1901, the theatre is affectionately known by locals as the New Alex. The New Alexandra Theatre is part of the Ambassador Theatre Group.

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Suffolk Street Queensway
Station Street
Birmingham
B5 4DS

0844 871 3011

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