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ALEXANDRA THEATRE, Statio St, Birmigham 0870 607 7544: You Do't Brig Me Flowers (Sep 18); Whe the Cat's Away (Sept 20); Dacig i the Street (Sep 21-26) BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME, Hurst St, Birmigham 0844 338 5000: Little Shop of Horrors (till Sep 19); Birmigham Royal Ballet -Quatum Leaps (Sep 23-26); Roam (Patrick Cetre, Sep 18).

BIRMINGHAM REP, Ceteary Square, Broad St, Birmigham 0121 236 4455: Cabaret (till Sep 19); East is East (Sep 25-Oct 17); Orphas (The Door, till Sep 26).

CRESCENT, Sheepcote St, Bridleyplace 0121 643 5858: Roarig Trade (Sep 19-26) DUDLEY CONCERT HALL, St James Rd, Dudley 01384 812812: It's D'lovely (Sep 22) KITCHEN GARDEN CAFE, 17 York Rd, Kigs Heath, Birmigham 0121 443 4725 : Poetry Bites with Nigel McLoughli (Sep 22) LICHFIELD GARRICK, Castle Dyke, Lichfield 01543 412121: Have You Had It Log Madam? (Sep 18); Especially the Latter Part: The Life of Keeth Halliwell (Sep 19); Des O'Coor (Sep 26).

OLD REP, Statio St 0121 616 1519:We're Goig o a Bear Hut (Sep 18-20).

SOLIHULL ARTS COMPLEX, Homer Rd, Solihull 0121 704 6962: A Eveig with Sir Doald Side (Sep 19).

SYMPHONY HALL, Broad St, Birmigham 0121 780 3333: Excell3 (Sep 19).

THE DRUM, 144 Potters Lae, Asto, Birmigham 0121 333 2444: Mere Daddy Da Vyah (My Daddy's Gettig Married) (Sep 19-20); Bboy Attic Hip Hop Dace Classes (Sep 21).

THE NIA ACADEMY, Birmigham 0870 909 4133: Barry Humphries' Last Night of the Poms Tour feat Sir Les Patterso ad Dame Eda Everage (Sep 22).

THE SWAN THEATRE, The Moors, Worcester 01905 611427: Variety Live (Sep 18-19); Jimmy Tarbuck (Sep 22).

TOWN HALL, Victoria Square, Birmigham 0121 780 3333: Boogie Pete Live (Sep 18); Fasciatig Aida (Sep 18).

WOLVERHAMPTON GRAND, Lichfield St,Wolverhampto 01902 429 212: Sigi' I The Rai (till Sep 19); Mugekyo Taiko Drummers (Sep 20); Quadropheia (Sep 22-26).

WULFRUN HALL, North St,Wolverhampto 0870 320 7000: A Eveig of Clairvoyace with Toy Stockwell (Sep 20).

AMATEUR STAGE Corpse!: Grage Players, Grage Playhouse,Walsall (to tomorrow); Witess for the Prosecutio: Noetities, Rose Theatre, Kiddermister (to tomorrow); Rebecca: Rugby Theatre (Sept 19-27); Tom, Dick ad Harry: Triity Players, Sutto Arts Theatre, Sutto Coldfield (Sept 21-26); Whose Life Is It, Ayway?: Highbury Theatre Cetre, Sutto Coldfield (Sept 22-Oct 3); Out of Order: All & Sudry, Crescet Theatre, Birmigham (Sept 22-26); Out of Order: Kiddermister Operatic & Dramatic Society, Rose Theatre, Kiddermistr (Sept 23-26); Butterflies Are Free: Hall Gree Little Theatre (Sept 25-Oct 3).
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