Fundraising for St Basils by Stage 27
24th November 2014
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Acocks Green-based Am Dram Group Stage 27 perform ‘More Grimm Tales’

Acocks Green-based Am Dram Group Stage 27 will be performing ‘More Grimm Tales’ for their next Christmas show, supporting St Basils, Charity for the Homeless on 5th and 6th December 2014 at Acocks Green Methodist Church. One of their members will also be taking part in the St Basils Big Sleep Out on Fri 29th Nov 2014.

Delving deep into the mystical folklore of The Brothers Grimm, the Group will be journeying back in time to the stories that you knew as a child - the dark yet comical fables that taught you the difference between right and wrong, good and evil, and that too many sweeties or talking to creepy old ladies with red apples could be your ultimate downfall… Stage 27 first performed some of The Grimm Tales in 2008 and are excited to bring a different selection to you this year!

Come and meet Snow White, Hansel and Gretel and their nasty witch, the Musicians of Bremen and many more....why not dress up and give the Evil Queen a run for her money?


Friday 5th Dec 2014 - 7.30pm
Sat 6th Dec 2014 - 2pm & 7.30pm (2pm is a relaxed performance)


Acocks Green Methodist Church, Shirley Road, B'ham, B27 7YE
£6/£19 for a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children. Contact us for bespoke ticket packages.)

0751 212 6594


Stage 27 is proud to support St Basils this year. Ellie Jones, Marketing and Communications Officer for St Basils said:

“St Basils is a local charity which has a 42 year track record of preventing youth homelessness in Birmingham. We work with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping over 5000 young people per year across the West Midlands.

We have a range of advice, prevention, accommodation, engagement and support services to help young people regain the;stability they need to rebuild their lives; At any one time we have over 400 young people living in our supported accommodation schemes - for some young people this includes their young children as well.

We have services tailored to support young residents to build confidence and gain skills, and training and employment to ensure they can break the cycle of exclusion and homelessness. We need the support of our local communities to ensure we can create a brighter future for Birmingham’s young people.

Thanks for your support!”


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