THSH, Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall

    Symphony Hall is a 2,262 seat concert venue in Birmingham, England. It was officially opened by the Queen on 12 June 1991, although it had been in use since 15 April 1991. It is home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and hosts around 270 events a year. It was completed at a cost of £30 million.

    Birmingham Town Hall is a Grade I listed concert hall and venue for popular assemblies opened in 1834 and situated in Victoria Square, Birmingham, England.

    Upcoming events at THSH, Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall

    Horrible Histories – Horrible Christmas

    Horrible Histories proudly presents the terrific tale of Christmas!

    THSH, Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall

    11 Dec 2022

    When Christmas comes under threat from a jolly man dressed in red, it’s up to one young boy to save the day – but can he save Christmas?

    Disney’s Hocus Pocus Live in Concert

    The perfect Halloween treat.

    THSH, Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall

    25 Oct 2022

    The iconic Disney film “Hocus Pocus” will be presented live in concert for the first time in the UK in October 2022 with a nationwide tour.

    Jimmy Carr – Terribly Funny Tour

    Jimmy is back on the road with brand new material for 2022 and 2023.

    Birmingham Symphony Hall

    25 Nov 2022

    Comedian Jimmy Carr knows that terrible things happen in life – but he believes the...

    An Evening with Noel Fitzpatrick

    The Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick will be heading out on a live UK tour in 2022.

    THSH, Birmingham Town Hall Symphony Hall

    29 Nov 2022

    Noel Fitzpatrick returns to the stage this autumn with a brand-new show which will delight animal lovers of all ages and anyone who feels like they need some love, hope and healing in their lives.

    Whitney – Queen of the Night

    A tribute to Whitney Houston

    UK Touring Shows

    1 Feb 2022 - 24 Nov 2022

    Fast-moving and highly physical, Nobody explores the tension between our inner lives and how we make sense of the world around us.
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