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Alexandra Theatre Birmingham Events Tickets

The Alexandra Theatre events in Birmingham has tickets from £13.00 – booking online direct from the box office for evening, matinee, and weekend performances, using secure links. 

The auditorium has Stalls, Dress Circle, and Grand Upper Circle. Seats can be selected (subject to availability) when booking. The Seating Plan is here.

The Birmingham Theatre, or The Alexandra Theatre, also known as The Alex (and The New Alexandra Theatre), is on Suffolk Queensway in Birmingham. Construction commenced in 1900 and was completed in 1901. The venue is owned and managed by ATG who are the largest theatre operator in the world. Tickets can be booked for shows, events, comedy, dance, and opera.

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Getting to the Theatre

By car
Q Park are partnered with ATG customers to offer a 15% discount on pre-booked parking for your visit.

By train
Birmingham New Street Station and Grand Central are only a few steps away from The Alexandra. Inter City services run from all major towns and cities, including hourly services from London to Birmingham.

By bus
Most city buses stop within 5 minute’s walk from the Alexandra. For further details on timetables call Travelline on 0871 200 22 33 (landline calls charged at 10p per minute) or online via Network West Midlands.

The Alexandra Theatre: Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham B5 4DS

There is an Access Ambassador for every performance. This member of staff is on hand to ensure patrons have everything they need throughout their visit and they can be contacted via any member of our Front of House staff. Please don’t hesitate to speak to a member of the team during your visit.

Access Parking – The Alexandra does not have its own car park. The nearest public car park is NCP New Street and is located on St Judes Passage, 200m away from the theatre (approx.). There are chargeable Blue Badge parking bay(s) available within the car park. There is street parking on Station Street, with marked Blue Badge bays. These are maintained by the City Council. The dimensions of the marked Blue Badge bays are 210cm x 490cm (6ft 11in x 16ft 1in)

Step Free Access and Wheelchairs   

The theatre does not have a lift. The Dress Circle, Upper Grand Circle and Ambassador Lounge are only accessible by stairs. All stairwells have handrails.

The Stalls is a step-free level and offers a level access via our Access Entrance on Station Street. Access to Stalls is available via the easy-access entrance on Station Street, next to Stage Door. There is an intercom and a member of staff will meet you there. Please note, this entrance opens around 30 minutes before the performance.

We have 8 wheelchair positions, and all the aisle seats in the Stalls can be used if you wish to transfer to a seat. The average width of the auditorium seats are Stalls (17 inches), Dress Circle (17 inches) and Upper Grand Circle (18 inches). For more information, please contact the Access Champion.

Our Bars and Ambassador Lounge are only accessible by stairs. We offer an At Seat Service when you arrive, please ask a member of staff for more information

Accessible Toilet Information – There are accessible toilet facilities on the ground floor of Stalls. These are separate, fully accessible, private, unisex facilities located approximately 3m level access from our Accessible Entrance on Station Street. There are baby change facilities within this entrance.

Access Performances – All upcoming Audio Described, Captioned, BSL Interpreted and Relaxed performances are listed on ATG’s website.

Visual Impairment Services – Information about the venue’s audio description, touch tours and other visual services can be found on ATG’s venue page.

Hearing Impairment Services – Information about the venue’s hearing enhancement systems, signed performances and other services can be found on ATG venue’s page.

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The Alexandra Theatre, Suffolk Street Queensway, Birmingham B5 4DS

Frequently Asked Questions

Where to park when going to the Alexandra Theatre Birmingham?

Park at NCP New Street car park for convenient access. It's a 2 minute walk away and offers Pre-book. From Parkopedia: Gough Street 51 spaces, New Street 485 spaces, City Centre 55 spaces, Birmingham New Street Station 34 spaces, Hill Street 20 spaces, The Mailbox 686 spaces, Navigation Street 44 spaces, Town Hall 387 spaces.

Is there a dress code at Alexandra Theatre Birmingham?

There is no formal dress code for ATG theatres, ATG 'generally recommend a smart-casual attire. As you will be sitting for extended periods of time, we would advise to wear something that is comfortable and wearing layers is always encouraged due to the temperatures in the venue.'

What train station is near the Alexandra Theatre Birmingham?

Birmingham New Street Station and Grand Central are only a few steps away from The Alexandra. Inter City services run from all major towns and cities, including hourly services from London, into Birmingham New Street.

Can you take drinks into Alexandra Theatre Birmingham?

Yes you can.

What are the best seats at the Alexandra Theatre Birmingham?

There are good views on offer throughout the theatre, with the best seats available in the Stalls and centre of the Dress Circle.

Can I wear jeans to the theatre?

Very few theatres operate a dress policy, and though traditionally evening performances are more formal than matinees, nobody will tell you off for wearing denim after 7pm.

Can I take a backpack into the theatre?

Guests are asked not to bring large bags to ATG venues. Trained security teams are for your safety.

What is the access line for the Alexandra Theatre Birmingham?

0333 009 5399

What is the opening hours for the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham?

The Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham is open for patrons to attend a show 90 minutes prior to the performance commencing. Customers are able to take advantage of our theatres bar facilities while waiting for the auditorium seats to be available, which is usually 30 minutes prior to the show.

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