Or at least, the latest from Birmingham Town Hall and Symphony Hall.
I’M SORRY I HAVEN’T A CLUE
BBC Radio 4’s crack team of comedians – Jack Dee, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden – head back to Symphony Hall on 31st October for a recording of the popular panel game. Tickets £5/£7/£9, on sale now.
DON MCLEAN: 40TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
Young singer-songwriter Mairead has been chosen to pen opens for Mr American Pie himself, at Symphony Hall on 27th October, when Don celebrates selling forty gold and platinum records worldwide over an incredible forty years of music. Tickets £27.50/£33.50, on sale now.
SQUEEZE PLUS SPECIAL GUEST PAUL HEATON
Difford, Tilbrook, Bentley, Large and Hanson, last at Symphony Hall for a storming 2010 Spot The Difference gig, return to the venue on 30th November with their back catalogue of New Wave classics. Tickets £32.50/£45, on sale now.
THE BEAT – SPECIAL GUESTS THE SKINTS ADDED
Rising East London band the Skints and Birmingham’s XOVA will open for the second city’s famed 2 Tone ska revivalists, when they head back to shake Birmingham Town Hall on 15th December. Tickets £19.50 (standing) £22.50 (reserved seating).
BOOGIE NIGHTS IN CONCERT
The 70’s jukebox pop musical arrives at Symphony Hall on 9th February 2013 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.
One of the UK’s most accomplished alpine climbers, Kenton Cool, holder of the world record of ten Everest summits, takes to the stage at Birmingham Town Hall on 25th February 2013 to share his mountaineering exploits. Tickets £15, on sale from 10am Friday 12 October.
AN EVENING WITH ERIC JOHNSON
Mixing stomping rock, classic blues, pop, country and free wheelin’ jazz, Eric Johnson, one of the world’s most respected acoustic, lap steel, resonator and bass guitarists, makes his Birmingham Town Hall debut on 7th April 2013. Tickets £25, on sale now.
ROGER HODGSON: BREAKFAST IN AMERICA TOUR
The former Supertramp front man and legendary singer-songwriter, Rodger Hodgson, heads to Birmingham to deliver an encore performance of the songs performed at Supertramp’s 1979 Paris concert. Tickets £34.50/£36.50, on sale now.
For further details and tickets sales call the box office on 0121-780 3333 or visit www.thsh.co.uk