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The UK's second largest city, known as 'The workshop of the world' for the great role it played during the Industrial Revolution, has much more to offer than its industrial legacy. Birmingham is home to several major cultural institutions that aim to rival their equivalents down in London.


Tuesday 2 June 2020

Inclusive Dance (DA101 Summer)

Theatre

Inclusive Dance (DA101 Summer)

Theatre

 Midlands Arts Centre , Birmingham

 15:15

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Once

Theatre

Once

Theatre

 The Alexandra, Birmingham

 19:30

From £17Select
Cookie Dough Day Sessions - End Of Year x The Mill Rooftop!

Club

Cookie Dough Day Sessions - End Of Year x The Mill Rooftop!

Clubs

 The Mill, Birmingham

 17:00

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Toddler Art (FA11 Summer)

Theatre

Toddler Art (FA11 Summer)

Theatre

 Midlands Arts Centre , Birmingham

 11:15

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Wednesday 3 June 2020

Whitesnake, Foreigner + Europe

Gig

Whitesnake, Foreigner + Europe

Gigs

Hard Rock & Metal

Rock, Indie & Alternative

 Arena Birmingham, Birmingham

 19:00

From £60Select
Abe Partridge

Gig

Abe Partridge

Gigs

 Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham

 19:30

From £11Select
Bring It On: The Musical

Theatre

Bring It On: The Musical

Theatre

Musical

 Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham

 19:30

From £37Select
Once

Theatre

Once

Theatre

 The Alexandra, Birmingham

 14:30

From £17Select

 19:30

From £17Select
An Evening with Jimmy  Webb  -  The American Songwriter

Gig

An Evening with Jimmy Webb - The American Songwriter

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

 Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham

 19:00

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Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes

Theatre

Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes

Theatre

 Midlands Arts Centre , Birmingham

 18:15

From £9Select

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The UK's second largest city, known as 'The workshop of the world' for the great role it played during the Industrial Revolution, has much more to offer than its industrial legacy. Birmingham is home to several major cultural institutions that aim to rival their equivalents down in London. Visitors to 'Brum' can listen to the City of Birmingham's stunning Symphony Orchestra at the Symphony Hall, or watch a play at the Birmingham Rep Theatre, Britain's longest-established producing theatre. The city also houses the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Birmingham Opera Company, the latter of which is renowned for its innovative productions. On the musical front, Birmingham has pioneered several genres of music in the UK including jazz, heavy metal and reggae. Venues such as the Arena Birmingham welcome the world's biggest pop megastars while smaller rock acts can be caught at the O2 Academy or the O2 Institute. Comedy fans also flock to the Glee Club, the first dedicated comedy club to spring up outside of London.