A diverse cultural offer

An array of terrific entertainment

Birmingham is renowned for its cultural offering hosted by a range of establishments including Birmingham’s Museum and Art Gallery, famous for a showcase of the city’s greatest cultural assets and pre-Raphaelite paintings. To experience performing arts, visitors can head to the Town Hall, Birmingham Hippodrome, a multitude of theatres and Symphony Hall – one of the UK’s best venues for classical music performances and resident to The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

The Royal Ballet season offers world-class dance performances whilst award-winning west-end shows take to the city’s theatre stages. Visitors can explore the city’s artistic and creative atmosphere at Birmingham’s range of impressive galleries, museums, theatres, music venues and festivals.

  • Over 40 galleries to explore at Birmingham's Museum and Art Gallery
  • Birmingham Symphony Orchestra performs over 130 concerts in Birmingham each year
  • Birmingham hosts West End shows and world-class ballet

From the biggest names in music to award-winning musicals, catch a vast array of exciting concerts and shows in Birmingham. Whether you’re a lover of dance, music, comedy or sport, you will never be stuck for terrific entertainment. Visitors can attend live music concerts across a range of genres including jazz, folk, pop and classical at one of the city’s many state-of-the-art arenas and stadiums.

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