Venue: Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall

September 2017
Evening performance
Matinee performance
Fact file
AddressVictoria Square
West Midlands
B3 3DQ
United Kingdom
ContainsBirmingham Symphony Hall
Birmingham Town Hall
Google maps52° 28' 49.188" N 1° 54' 11.236" W
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