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A thrilling portrait of army life telling the stories of men and women serving on the front line.

In 2008, choreographer Rosie Kay joined the 4th Battalion The Rifles, participating in full battle exercises and visiting the National Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre. What came of these observations was the award-winning, five-star work 5 Soldiers.

Ten years on, Rosie Kay expands the work for the large stage with 10 Soldiers. Now a full Army squad, 10 Soldiers looks at life in 2019’s British Army including issues of equality and diversity.

Charged with Kay’s trademark intense athletic dance theatre, 10 Soldiers explores how the human body – with both fragility and incredible inner strength – remains on the frontline of war.

Price

From £15

Prices and discounts subject to change.
Where applicable, a 6% transaction charge may apply (excl. cash sales in person), postage from £1.50.

Running Time

Approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes, including one interval

Age guidance

12+

A Post Show talk follows this performance.

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CONCESSIONS

We offer a range of discounts and concessions to enable everyone to enjoy an affordable visit to Birmingham Hippodrome. For further queries on the information below please contact Ticket Sales on 0844 338 5000†.

FRIENDS

2-for-1 (Price Bands A-C)
Limited availability

GROUPS

Parties of 10+ £12 (Price Bands A-C) plus 1 free ticket per booking
(includes £1 transaction fee)

Call our dedicated Group Sales Team on 0844 338 7000† or email groupsales@birminghamhippodrome.com for more information and to book now!

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SCHOOLS & YOUTH GROUPS

Parties of 10 or more pay £12 per ticket (Price Bands A-C) plus 1 teacher goes FREE with every 10 tickets booked. Limited availability

Call the Schools Hotline on 0844 338 7000 for more information and to book now

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FIRST NIGHT 16-24 YEAR OLDS’ MEMBERSHIP

£10 tickets, price bands A-C (limited availability)

GENERAL CONCESSIONS – UNWAGED, UNDER 18s and SENIORS

£3 off price band A, £4 off B – C (limited availability)

CONCESSIONS FOR PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES

£5 off each ticket in all seating areas.
2-for-1 for disabled patrons who require the service/support of a companion.

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STUDENT, PASSPORT TO LEISURE AND POSTCODE STANDBY

24 hours prior to a performance, best available seats for the lowest price, maximum 2 per booker, subject to availability

CLICK HERE for further information on our Standby Rate and our On the Day Postcode Scheme for Birmingham residents living in B6, B9, B10, B11 and B21

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Discounts and Concessions are offered subject to availability at the discretion of the Information and Sales Manager. Top three price bands only, unless otherwise stated. Restrictions may apply. Only one discount per ticket may apply, unless otherwise stated. Offers are non retrospective and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid ID must be presented where applicable. Additional discounts may be offered from time to time.

Food & Drink

Our Bars

You’ll receive a warm welcome at our Foyer Bars, conveniently positioned for both Stalls and Circle levels.

Coffee Bar

Our Coffee Bar is open all day for Quarter Horse barista coffee and a quick and tasty bite to eat.

Post-show talk

Stay in your seats after the show for a FREE post-show discussion featuring choreographer Rosie Kay, Lieutenant-General Tyrone Urch (Commander Home Command) and Colonel Dame Kelly Holmes. Chaired by Simon Preston the discussion will also feature dancers from the 10 Soldiers company.

“War from a female perspective packs a punch...taut, visceral, compassionate”

The Observer

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