Baby Brained the Musical

Original, laugh out loud musical.

An interactive, musical journey through the highs and lows of new motherhood.


Link to the ITV News Segment

Link to Blog about Baby Brained

Link to Second Blog about Baby Brained


We are currently setting up our 2020 tour – more details to follow. 

If you want Baby Brained to perform for your group get in touch asap


Comments from audience members included:-

“all new mums should see this show.” 


It’s making you think about stuff but with a humorous edge.. musical comedy elements as well as serious…. really, really good.”


Instead of having the health visitor check on you at 1 week have Rebecca visit to tell all us that we are normal.”


“like lots of people’s experiences in one story.”  


“I had 2 friends who denied their struggle.  It would have opened their eyes and helped at the time if they had seen the show.”


“It is a very sensitive issue.  it is amazing.   Because you made it light- hearted, that makes it easier to take.”


“perform to an audience of people involved in funding.  Healthcare professionals.  They need to understand how bad it is.”

Our rather purple promo 


Summer 2019 Tour


Daytime shows


Doors at 9am

show approx 9.45

Tickets £5

Drink and biscuits provided

Baby/toddler friendly

Creche corner in the room


Thursday 4 July    St Nicolas Place, Kings Norton

Book Tickets

Thursday 11 July   Alvechurch Cricket Club, Alvechurch

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Friday 12 July       Rowheath Pavilion, Bournville

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Evening shows

Ticket includes a drink (boozy or not?)

Very limited tickets

Doors at 19.00,

show 19.45

Wed 3 July   Rowheath Pavilion, Bournville £10

Book Tickets

Thurs 11 July    Gin and Pickles, Alvechurch £15 at the venue – SOLD OUT

Contact to get onto the returns list.


“I have lived with a person suffering from depression for 15 years.  Throughout, there has always been a gap, something about depression I couldn’t understand, and that she tried to, but couldn’t fully put into words.  The performance explained the gap, and put it in a way that I can begin to understand and be more supportive and understanding.  Thank you.”


“Very moving, well thought out but funny too. Perfect! A sensitive look at a painful subject, but just like people who suffer from depression do everyday sometimes you need to be able to both empathise, and laugh about it at the same time.”

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Produced with support from Arts Council England