A very mixed bag been announced for the two prestigious venues.
One of the UK’s most successful and popular female singers heads back to Birmingham Town Hall on 9th February as part of her 2013 tour following the success of her 20th studio album Powerless.
Tickets £22.50, on sale now
The 70’s jukebox pop musical arrives at Symphony Hall on 9th February with special guests, the Osmonds, Pop Idol and X Factor stars Gareth Gates, Andy Abraham and Chico for a night of chart-topping songs.
Tickets £29.50/£32.50/£35.50 on sale now
Matthew Jones, together with his Matthew Jones Orchestra, celebrate the work of La Môme – with June Brown narrating and Piaf’s sister-in-law Christie Laume in attendance at Birmingham, Town Hall on 10th February.
Tickets £25, on sale now
MICHAELA STRACHAN’S REALLY WILD ADVENTURES
The TV presenter, currently presenting Winterwatch on BBC Two, will take families on a delightful journey through an alphabet jungle of animal rhymes taken from her own book of children’s poetry at Birmingham Town Hall on 17th February at 3pm.
Tickets £12 on sale now
CANNON, CAMPBELL, WATCHORN & O’CONNOR (FORMERLY OF THE DUBLINERS)
The BBC Lifetime Achievement Award winners, previously known as The Dubliners, continue the band’s incredible legacy following the death of founding member Barney McKenna at Birmingham Town Hall on 15th March
Tickets £25, on sale now
THEA GILMORE WITH STRINGS AND SPECIAL GUESTS
The British folk-rock singer-songwriter performs tracks from her brand new album, as well as classic material with her band, orchestra and a few surprise special guests at Birmingham Town Hall on 5th May.
Tickets £16.50/£18.50, on sale 10am Friday 18th January
MUGENKYO TAIKO DRUMMERS
The UK’s longest established taiko drumming ensemble bring their theatrical, awe-inspiring and perfectly choreographed live show back to Birmingham Town Hall this 9th May
Tickets £19.50 on sale 10am Friday 18 January
BILL BAILEY: QUALMPEDDLAR
The versatile musician and comic genius shares his doubts about the modern world – which have now grown into Qualms – in a show featuring all the classical Bill Bailey elements on 22nd September at Symphony Hall.
Tickets £25 on sale 10am Friday 18 January
The popular award-winning Irish comedian, star of cult classic Father Ted, author and actor heads to Symphony Hall on 23rd November or one night of comedy gold based around the subject matter of life itself
Tickets £20 on sale 10am Friday 18 January
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.thsh.co.uk or call the Box Office on 0121 780 3333