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Chicago is a musical masterpiece set against the jazz tunes of the roaring twenties – numbers like “All that Jazz” and “Razzle Dazzle” need little introduction.
It is also a biting satire on celebrity culture and the power, and manipulation, of the press. Based around a real situation in 1920s Chicago when slick lawyers realised that careful press coverage could help their female clients literally to get away with murder, the show tells the story of Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart, two self-confessed murderers who will stop at nothing to use their infamy as a spring-board to show-biz stardom.
Our Senior Production 2020 promises to sell out soon – buy your tickets early!
Entrance to the site is via the KES gates on Edgbaston Park Road. To access the site for parking you will require a gate code, this will be printed on the parking permits available to book with your ticket. Please see link above.
Parking is available along the main drive in the bays provided.
Should you have mobility issues, please contact the Box Office to book seats. Parking for the accessible route in to the Performing Arts Centre is available by entering the site from the Bristol Road, down Park Vale Drive, B5 7SP. Disabled parking is available at the rear of the Centre, and access is through the rear doors and via lift to the auditorium and foyer.