Birmingham’s Town Hall is a 1086 capacity, neo-classical, grade 1 listed building situated in the heart of the city centre.
Renovated and re-opened in 2007, the Town Hall has reinstated its position as one of the city’s most iconic venues and regularly hosts an array of events including live music.
Town Hall’s Coffee Bar is situated in the main foyer and opens around two hours before a concert and serves drinks and snacks. Champagne hampers are available during the intervals which include a sandwich, cake and mini bottle of champagne. Free WiFi is available with any purchase from the Coffee Bar. The circle and lower bars also open around an hour before the concert starts.
All public areas of the Town Hall are accessible via wheelchair and there are various spaces for wheelchair users to be seated. The venue requests that you let them know before your arrival if you need one of these spaces, or if you need to borrow a wheelchair.
To view what’s coming up at the Town Hall, please go to thsh.co.uk/town-hall.
Getting to the Town Hall
Town Hall is well-connected with all areas of the UK via the M6, M5, M40 and M42. Once in Birmingham, follow the brown tourism signs to the Convention Centre and Barclaycard Arena, where Town Hall is just a two minute walk.
Town Hall multi-storey car park (formerly Brunel Street – B1 1TA) and Holliday Street (B1 1TQ) are both within walking distance of the venue.
By public transport
Birmingham is incredibly well connected with the rest of the country via rail and New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street stations are all under or around ten minutes’ walk away from Town Hall. Please note that Birmingham International serves the NEC and is a ten minute train journey away from New Street. Birmingham City Centre is connected with bus routes from all main suburban areas around the city including Kings Heath, Moseley, Edgbaston, Erdington and Sutton Coldfield – for more information on public transport in the West Midlands, please visit networkwestmidlands.com.
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