We visited in June for a concert, this theatre is amazing, the staff helpful, would definately visit again.
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I recently went to the symphony hall for an evening performance. The hall itself is a really lovely place with good viewing from all seats. There are a number of bars on the different floors (so nothing was overly crowded), or a Starbucks coffee downstairs in case that's more your cup of tea!!!! The only piece of advice I can... More
Came tonight to see a well known very tall self deprecating Shropshire comedian. Lovely place, courteous staff, acoustically fantastic place, really want to see a concert, will return
Have been here for 3 concerts now, and everyone has been excellent. The inside is so spacious with comfortable seats. The architecture inside is absolutely stunning!. If you love your music this is the place to go.
Have seen Alison Moyet, Level 42, Squeeze, Deacon Blue here. I love it. It's intimate and the sound is good. Would happily choose to see any band here.
I love Birmingham Symphony Hall. Not only is it one of the very best concert halls I have visitied, it also has one of the most splendid orchestras and, as a venue, it is a very comfortable place to visit. On a winter's day, however, the main doors do let in a lot of cold air and the restaurant seating... More
I went to a wonderful concert there last night and ordered my interval coffee in advance to avoid waiting. What I found was not a tasty cup of coffee from the perfectly good espresso machine behind the bar but a disgusting stewed cup of something we used to call coffee in the 90's from a filter coffee machine. I could... More
I visited this venue many years ago when it first opened,so was lucky enough to have a tour around.It is absolutely amazing.Although I have never been to a concert I am determined to one day visit,it is beautiful inside,so it is definatly on my ''to do list''
really good sound quality whatever you go to see a lot more cosy than other venues due to the smaller capacity. Also worth a vist when there is no concert just for a look round as always something going on
Been to a couple of events at this lovely venue in my hometown and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. From a full on 'rock' gig, to a mini 'Strictly' event, the sound quality is superb and I don't think there's a bad seat in the house. Nice size venue too, much better than the nearby NIA and frankly streets... More
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