We are moving to a new location!
The Sir Paul and Lady Ruddock Performing Arts Centre.
The Ruddock Performing Arts Centre is a collaborative project between King Edward’s School and King Edward VI High School for Girls and was officially opened on Friday 27th April 2012 by Sir Paul Ruddock, a major benefactor of the project and the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education.
Designed to support high quality performing arts provisions. The centre is one of the most significant new buildings on the Edgbaston site since the two schools moved here in 1936. It boasts two main spaces in the Performing Arts Centre. The Ruddock Hall which accommodates an orchestra of 90 and an audience of over 400 plus a drama studio with a flexible design that accommodates an audience of 120. The centre also houses a studio designed specifically for dance which benefits from panoramic open views across Winterbourne Gardens offering performers a unique, open rehearsal and performance space with plenty of natural light.
We are looking forward to seeing you at our future events, stay tuned to our website to find out more about upcoming events and how to reserve a place.