What’s On at Town Hall/Symphony Hall
Another batch of shows at the city centre’s premier venues including Dave Stewart, Danny Bhoy and Mick Hucknall
The Eurythmics co-founder, award-winning songwriter and producer heads to Symphony Hall on 4th September for one of only four UK gigs following the September release of new solo album The Ringmaster General. Tickets £25, on sale now.
The well-travelled Time Out Sydney Best International Act 2011 brings his new comedy show to Birmingham Town Hall on 4th October. Tickets £15, on sale now.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and City of Birmingham Choir take to Symphony Hall on 1st December for an amazing evening of music, lasers, lights and pyrotechnics. Tickets £14.50/£23.50/£29.50/£36.00/£39.50* on sale from 10am on Friday 3rd August.
From the North Pole to Sydney Opera House, via Carnegie Hall and the Royal Albert Hall, the independent, anarchic, funny, virtuosic, thought provoking and mind boggling Ukes return to Symphony Hall on 17th December. Tickets £19.50, on sale from 10am on Friday 3 August.
THE CLASSIC ROCK SHOW
Two and a half hours of guitar rocking, air punching, chorus singing, foot stomping fun featuring music by the Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd and more, on 25th January 2013 at Birmingham Town Hall. Tickets £20, on sale from 10am on Friday 3rd August
TRIBUTE TO MICK HIPKISS STARRING THE CANNONS
The Dubliners’ Sean Cannon (The Dubliners) leads a special evening dedicated to the unsung Irish community hero along with Drowsy Maggie, The Hurling Boys, The Reel Note, the Birmingham Ceilidh Band and more at Symphony Hall on 16th February 2013. Tickets £16, on sale from 10am on Friday 3 August.
The ex-Simply Red frontman embarks on his first ever UK solo tour, showcasing new album American Soul featuring his own take on classic songs which have inspired him throughout his life, including a Symphony Hall show on 18th April 2013. Tickets £35.00/£40.00/£50.00 on sale now
For tickets and more information, visit www.thsh.co.uk or call the box office on 0121 780 3333.