Johnny Depp in Birmingham: What happened at the Jeff Beck concert at Symphony Hall?

Peaky Blinders star and Birmingham City FC fans welcome Johnny Depp to Birmingham as his performance with Jeff Beck wins praise

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Peaky Blinders’ star Stephen Graham joined music lovers at the Jeff Beck concert at Symphony Hall last night which featured Johnny Depp.

The show was a sell out with Depp being confirmed to appear just last week after he won his multi-million defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard.

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Graham, who starred as Hayden Stagg in Series 6 of the Brummie crime drama, was spotted among the crowds outside Symphony Hall as Johnny Depp fans gathered to greet him yesterday (Monday, June 6).

Johnny Depp at Symphony Hall BirminghamJohnny Depp at Symphony Hall Birmingham
Johnny Depp at Symphony Hall Birmingham

Earlier in the day hoards of supporters for the Hollywood actor waited outside The Grand Hotel where he stayed - just a year after Tom Cruise.

Music lovers took to social media to post their favourite snaps and video footage of Depp before, during and after the concert - praising performances from Beck and Depp.

A few Blues fans cheekily suggested that the Pirates of the Caribbean star might like to buy their club!

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Here are a few of our favourite Johnny Depp in Birmingham social posts.

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