The star of the Office, 30 Days of Night, Zoolander and Comedy Store Central debuts his show Not PC at Birmingham Town Hall on 7th May. Tickets £15
K.D. Lang and the Siss Boom Bang
The seven-time Grammy winning RnB and jazz vocalist will be performing one of just three UK dates at Symphony Hall on 24th July. Tickets £24.50, £29.50, £34.50
An Evening With Rick Wakeman
The keyboard player, composer and songwriter best known for his work with Yes and sundry solo extravaganzas promises an intimate evening of anecdotes and music at Birmingham Town Hall on 18th September. Tickets £25
Echo and the Bunnymen
Follwoing on from their recent 30th anniversary, Ian McCulloch’s seminal post-punk outfit perform their most celebrated album Ocean Rain in its entirety at Symphony Hall on 25th September. Tickets £22.50, £28.50, £37.50
Expect fans dressed in renaissance rock costume in the audience for this show by ex-Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and wife/vocalist Candice Night at Birmingham Town Hall on 5th October. Tickets £28, on sale 10am Friday 1st April.
Britain’s top female comedy singing trio are touring again after celebrating 25 years in the limelight with their unique satirical cabaret act. They play Birmingham Town Hall on 10th November. Tickets £18.50
A second date at Symphony Hall on 31st January 2012 has been added for the classical music star, who stars alongside Matt Lucas in Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Miserables this summer. Tickets £20, £25, £35.
Andy and Mike’s…Big Box of Bananas
This chaotic, hilarious and high energy performance aimed at 4-11 year olds and their family visits Birmingham Town Hall on 7th May in a whirlwind of slapstick gags.
Tickets on sale now via www.thsh.co.uk/view/andy-mikes-big-box-of-bananas-
The Tiger Who Came To Tea
A certain orange and black big striped cat joins Sophie, her mummy, daddy and the audience at Birmingham Town Hall for eight shows this Easter holiday from 19th-22nd April. Tickets £10.50
For further details call the box office on 0121 780 3333 or visit www.thsh.co.uk