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Birmingham's Grade I listed concert hall, managed along sister venue Symphony Hall, is home to a diverse programme of events including jazz, world, folk, rock, pop and classical concerts, organ recitals, spoken word, dance, family, educational and...more
All reviewscouncil housebeautiful buildinglovely venueexcellent concertcoffee barplenty of leg roomgreat acousticsgerman marketfront rowa great eveningorganstageseatsseatingtigerperformancerefurbishment
Right next to the City Art Gallery and Museum with a large square in between. Fab Victorian architecture. Very walkable all these buildings in the city centre. Catch also the "Floozy in the Jacuzzi" (statue of a naked lady in the fouhtain in the square)....More
Great little venue that has a personal feel to it, we've been a couple of times now and seen a wide variety of acts, enjoying the venue every time.
There is a small bar that gets quite busy but keeps a steady pace at serving...More
Went to see John Prine, American alt-country singer/songwriter & his wonderful four piece band. Much better than going to some huge arena where the players are miles away from you & can't create the intimate, warm atmosphere of this spot. Bonus was that the Robert...More
Stunning, historic building but I’m voicing my discontent at the exit strategy of concerts. A plan of action is needed by management to prevent the near half hour wait to exit the building via one single door, which seemed like a potential disaster - should...More
We went to a concert here (John Prine) and were pleasantly surprised how tastefully the building had been developed. Retaining its Victorian splendour outside and many features inside and at the same time creating a very good concert venue. Acoustics - spot on, comfortable seating...More
Whenever I visit this venue I feel proud to be a local. The Town Hall is such a gem in Birmingham, and it has such stature and dignity about it, n o mater what sort of music you're listening to.
It's great to hear Birmingham...More