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Opening in 1834, the Grade I listed Town Hall is one of the oldest concert halls in the world. Its illustrious history has seen it play host to numerous legendary rock and pop bands - including The Beatles and Led Zeppelin - and political figures from Joseph Chamberlain to Margaret Thatcher. A further claim to fame is that Charles Dickens gave his first public reading of A Christmas Carol at the venue. Town Hall also hosted the premieres of Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Elgar’s The Dream Of Gerontius.
Birmingham Town Hall,
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Join the acclaimed television wildlife cameraman and presenter of...
Mon 25 Nov
Featuring Thomas Trotter (organ). Programmes includes the works o...
Sat 30 Nov
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Featuring Ex Cathedra choir & Baroque Orchestra, Jeffrey Skidmore...
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Featuring; François Leleux – Conductor/ Oboe and Hanna Hipp – Mez...
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All the ingredients of Rod Campbell's ingeniously simple and char...
The star of ‘Mock the Week’, ‘Live at the Apollo’ and ‘Crackerjac...
Sun 8 Dec
Featuring Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Laing (condu...
Mon 9 Dec
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After sell-out tours in 2017 & 2018, G4 return in 2019 with their...
Wed 11 Dec
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Midlands Hospitals' Choir bring two Christmas concerts, supportin...
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Featuring Thomas Trotter (organ) and Lichfield Cathedral Choir.
Wed 18 Dec
The Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra is a multi-ethnic collection of...
Thurs 19 Dec
Two local choirs, Birmingham Canoldir Male Choir And Phoenix Sing...
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Catchy songs, interactive scenes and plenty of hands-on adventure...
From Mon 13 Jan 2020
Featuring Thomas Trotter (organ).
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Tues 21 Jan 2020
Featuring Miloš Karadaglić (guitar). Programme includes the works...
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Featuring; Michael Seal – Conductor; Savitri Grier – Violin