Town Hall & Symphony Hall listings

Comedy and family fun are on offer in the venues’ latest promotions.  

Only Men Aloud

Only Men Aloud

Classical Brit Winners and Welsh wonders Only Men Aloud perform a selection of festive Christmas repertoire, new twists to familiar songs and material from both their albums at Symphony Hall on 15th December. Tickets £19.50/£26.50/£32.50, on sale now.

Polar ConcertPolar is a fascinating journey through icy, remote and often breathtaking frozen landscapes, marrying spectacular unseen HD film with powerful music from Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven. It’s at Symphony Hall on 21st December, with afternoon and evening performances. Tickets £9.50.£12.50/£18.50/£25/32.50, on sale now.

Room on the BroomWill there ever be room on the broom for everyone? Come along to this magical adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s family favourite Room on the Broom live on stage at Birmingham Town Hall from 21st December -13th January and find out! Tickets £10.50, on sale now.

Singlive Central are now recruiting for singers to rehearse and perform a programme of some of the most powerful choral music in the lead up to the biggest event of 2012, the London Olympics. Their spectacular  Sporting Anthems to Welcome the 2012 Games will take place on 28th January. Tickets £12/£17.50 on sale now.

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The million-selling comedian, singer and former coal miner Max Boyce – one of the most successful Welsh entertainers of all time – lands at Birmingham Town Hall on 18th February 2012. Tickets £25, on sale from 10am on Friday 11th November.

Billy ConnollyBilly Connelly, the Big Yin who needs little introduction after 30 years of performing his unique brand of comedy worldwide, brings his latest live show to Symphony Hall for two dates on 24th-25th February 2012.Tickets £35, on sale from 10am on Friday 11 November (max 6 per customer).

City of Birmingham ChoirThe City of Birmingham Choir present Equinox – Cultures in Harmony at Symphony Hall on 17th March 2012. A feast of emotion and sound created by some 400 choral and percussion performers, this show will include a world premiere by Midlands composer Christopher Long. Tickets £10/£15/£20/£25, on sale now.

Brand new show, brand new jokes, same old Jimmy Carr: the star of TV, radio and stage returns to perform his 16th and 17th shows at Symphony Hall, on 3rd May and 24th August 2012.Tickets £25, on sale now.

For more information on these shows, contact the Town Hall/Symphony Hall box office on 0121 780 3333, or visit