Fierce Festival, one of the UK’s most respected festivals of arts, returns this coming October for 6 days of performances, immersive experiences, art installations, cabaret and activism, with the classic red thread themes of identity, politics, representation, queerness and club culture. Spread over the six day event is the events schedule, full to the brim with over 50 events plus 27 new performances, 14 UK premiers and 2 world premiers with work from over 35 different artists.
Life imitates art but at Fierce Festival, art imitates life. Each performance will shine a light on some of the most pressing cultural issues of today such as politics, sexuality and the ecological crisis. Whether you attend every day or just pop in for one event, you’re guaranteed to leave feeling inspired, having seen something emotive, surprising, joyful and thought-provoking.
We recommend getting yourself a Festival Pass which gives you entry to 12 shows for a discounted price. The shows are:
You can find details of all these shows by checking out the festival programme at wearefierce.org.
Fierce Festival is taking place across various venues in and around Birmingham. Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) is a 40 minute walk or 10 minute taxi journey from the city centre. Warwick Arts Centre is in Coventry, a 10 minute bus or taxi ride away. Arena Theatre is in Wolverhampton and is 15 minutes by train from Birmingham.
15 – 20 October
Tickets for each event can be bought online via https://wearefierce.org/your-visit/tickets/. You can also book a mini pass or festival pass which gives you access to events for a discounted price and other concerts and shows.