The Bluebirds are a theatre company specialising in music. Set up in 2011, it was born out of a desire to communicate beautiful music of any genre in a unique theatrical setting. It’s been an exciting journey that has led from quirky fringe cabaret spaces in London to a staged open air crucifixion in the moat of an ancient castle, from an illuminating encounter with Victoria Wood at London’s Kings Place Theatre to a performance with the Ravi Shankar orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall, from personal inspiration to funding from generous organisations who believe in what we can do. And in that journey each and every performance has been a riot of fantastic music. 

The company was the brainchild of singer and performer Sasha Herriman ably aided and abetted by fellow songstress Tami Tal. As a singing duo they’ve cooked up a wild concoction of music – making classical music accessible, making pop music classical, and taking on everything else in between. Tired of the distinctions that endlessly qualify music as good, bad, indifferent, tired of the distinctions that say classical music is posh, they take any music and bring it to you in a unique Bluebird way. 

Support from The Arts Council has helped our company grow, make bigger and better theatre and allowed us to experiment with new music ideas. We’ve been supported by them for Mrs Noah and The Flood, Nzingabeth! and now with The Popera House. 

You can take a look at our previous shows on our website and get a feel for what we do.

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