ALICIA Rock Musical Entertainment Experience
St Martins The Bullring , Edgbaston Street, The Bull Ring, Birmingham, Warwickshire, B5 5BB
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A "Day After Bonfire Night" Family Matinee
ALICIA IS AN EXPLOSIVE NEW ROCK OPERA ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE
Staged in the Glorious St Martins The Bull Ring
A surround performance of some of the greatest rock music including Black Magic Woman, Paint It Black, I Put A Spell On You, White Room and many more, rearranged by respected music director Tim Duncan to tell the story with hidden meanings and leave audiences singing long after they have left the stage.International cast including Manchester-born singer Victor Michael, classically trained Hayley Maria, Maria Nielsen ,Thomas Morris and AJ LeRoy to name a few, supported by the amazing Coven Choir.
We take you to Cornwall just after the end of the 16 century. Alicia has been brought up by a sinister community living in the woodlands just outside of Callington village. They are poor but all powerful using fear to strengthen their hand. You will be taken on a musical journey that shows how a new love, faith and self-belief can transform the life of Alicia and those all around her.
Is this suitable for young children?
Yes over the age of 6. The first Act introduces some of the evil characters that Alicia has grown up with and as this is a "Surround production" , they appear from all over the venue. The stagings are meant to be very spooky and a little but but not very "Scary". The second Act is an opposite of the first dominated by love a happy ending.
Is there a bar or food?
There will be Cava, Beer, Coke ,Water, Non Alcoholic Mead available on arrival along with hand cut village crisps.
Is the venue COVID Compliant?
The venue complies with the current Government guidance.
Can I park nearby?
Yes. Use the Bull Ring Car Park under Selfridges as St Martins is just 50 metres from the Bull Ring shopping centre.
Where exactly is St Martins?
Next door to the Bull Ring shopping centre on Edgbaston Street B5 5BB
What do we wear?
If you want to dress up ,then as a guide, villagers at the end of the 16th century had very little money and so dressed very simply. Sandals were common place. There will be prizes for the best dressed villagers after the show. Google is a great source of reference - cloaks and almost sack cloth
PLEASE NOTE - ST MARTINS IS A CHURCH AND OUT OF RESPECT WE WOULD ASK PLEASE THAT NO HALLOWEEN , WIZARDS OR WITCHES COSTUMES BE WORN