Belgrade Theatre Coventry announces shows for 2024 spring season

Belgrade Theatre Coventry have announced their upcoming 2024 spring season.

The upcoming year will begin with the venue welcoming a number of nationally and internationally acclaimed shows as part of their UK tours including Frantic Assembly’s new production of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis (23-27 January), Shrek (30 January – 4 February), and The Woman In Black (30 April – 4 May)

Other shows coming to the theatre include empowering pop musical Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World (7-11 February) the smash-hit parody musical Stranger Sings (1-2 March) and ‘a billion colour’ musical Frankie Goes To Bollywood (2-6 July). Sir Tim Rice then brings My Life In Musicals to the Belgrade (11 May) with vocal accompaniments from leading West End stars.

Other not-to-miss B2 dramas include award-winning theatre company ThickSkin’s deep dive into consumer culture Peak Stuff (21-22 March), and Stan’s Café Community Service (10-13 April), inspired by the life of a community hero set against a backdrop of Thatcher’s Britain.

The season will also include a number of shows for the family, including the stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s Zog & The Flying Doctors, as well as nights for adults with comedy from the likes of Guz Khan (28 January),  Stewart Lee (24-25 February) and Frankie Boyle  (27 February).

Chief Executive Laura Elliot said: “We are so excited to bring these brilliant shows and companies to Coventry this year. We want to be a home for world-class transformative, entertaining theatre and musicals – bringing the best of the best to Coventry and putting on stories – either produced by us or received by us from elsewhere – that are truly distinctive, exciting, momentum building and which bring that moment where you go ‘I just saw something extraordinary’… and that stays with you for weeks!”

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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