The ever-inventive theatre company, Filter, visit The REP in advance of their production of Twelfth Night, to run an exciting and innovative workshop as part of The REP’s Open Day.

Ideal for those aged 11 and up, participants will get the chance to learn how the company incorporates sound and music into its work. From the rehearsal process to the live performance, Filter reveals how their performances continually evolve and the importance of sound in their work.

Part of REP Open Day Spring 2016.

Date Time Venue Notes Prices Booking

The DOOR at The REP

  • Address: Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP
  • The REP’s smallest auditorium. The DOOR seats 140 people. Wheelchair seating is available at the front.

    A highly intimate space, The DOOR has been dedicated to new plays since 1998 and has seen many world premieres!

    Because entry to the auditorium stands on the very edge of the performance space, absolutely no latecomers can be admitted to shows in The DOOR!

  • Box Office: 0121 236 4455

Part of REP Open Day Spring 2016

Past events in this season

In Conversation With Jonathan Coe & Richard Cameron

A discussion with the author and the adapter of The Rotters' Club

NT Screening: Dara

Come along for an exclusive National Theatre screening of Dara as part of The REP's Open Day...

Shahid's Sharing

Join award-winning director, Shahid Nadeem, as he hosts a sharing of local work...

Spoken Word Workshops

Join Beatfreeks as they host a 2-hour spoken word workshop...

WriteAway Workshop

Learn how to develop your playwriting skills at The REP's Open Day...

REP Open Day Spring 2016

Take a sneak peek behind the scenes at Birmingham's premier producing theatre.

The Rotters' Club

Jonathan Coe's award-winning tale of youth in revolt against a backdrop of a rapidly changing 1970’s Birmingham

Live Lunch

Lunchtime readings of new plays, in partnership with the Royal Court Theatre

The REP - Backstage Tours

Delve behind the scenes on our guided backstage tours

The REP Archive Talks

Learn about our exciting history and artefacts

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