Queen + Adam Lambert at the Utilita Arena - Saturday and Sunday
This weekend sees the legendary rock collaboration Queen + Adam Lambert here in Birmingham at the Utilita Arena. The collaboration includes all of the active members of the iconic British rock band. As part of their UK and European Rhapsody Tour, the performance will see the band play all of the anthemic crowd pleasers which are sure to keep the audience singing along. Anyone interested in finding out more should head on over to the Utilita Arena website.
Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra perform at Birmingham Town Hall - Sunday
Birmingham’s Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing Mahler’s Seventh Symphony this Sunday at Birmingham Town Hall. The orchestra, which was founded in 1941, will be playing the dramatic symphony written by the Austro-Bohemian romantic composer. The award winning and critically acclaimed orchestra is known to put on a great show, so for anyone seeking more information - the B:Music website is the place to go.
Be Festival 2022 in Birmingham until Saturday
Be Festival is here in Birmingham until Saturday, which sets to turn the notion of conventional theatre upside down, blurring the boundary between artist and audience. After the idea was first written down on the back of a napkin in a Birmingham Curry House in 2010, the past decade has seen the festival flourish into a den of creativity which empowers Birmingham artists. For information on the range of performances taking place across the city, head on over to the Be Festival website.
Russell Kane to perform at Birmingham Hippodrome - Sunday
Comedy fans out there also have something to look forward to. This Sunday over at the Birmingham Hippodrome, zany British comedian Russell Kane will be performing as part of his tour The Essex Variant. The funny man is a television regular and his comedy performances have bagged him a fair few awards over the years. To see about availability and any more information on the performance, take a look at the Birmingham Hippodrome website to find out more.
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