What is ticket protection at Birmingham Symphony Hall?


What is ticket protection at Birmingham Symphony Hall?

Adding TicketPlan Ticket Protection protects your tickets so you can apply for a refund if you are unable to attend the show due to accidents, unexpected illnesses or other specified unforeseen circumstances.

Can you take drinks into Symphony Hall Birmingham?

Can I take in food and drink? Drinks purchased from the Symphony Hall bar can be taken into the hall. Please do not bring food into the hall, as it may negatively impact other audience members’ experience.

What is on at the 2022 Birmingham Symphony Hall?

January – July 2022

  • Simply Schubert. Thursday 14 July, 7.00pm.
  • CBSO SO Vocal 10 Year Celebration. Sunday 17 July, 6.00pm.
  • Youth Orchestra Academy: A Fist Full of Fives. Classical.
  • Kazuki Yamada conducts Rachmaninoff Symphony No. Sunday 24 July, 2.00pm.
  • Happy Birthday John Williams! Tuesday 2 August, 7.30pm.

How many seats are in Birmingham Symphony Hall?

2,262Symphony Hall / Capacity
Broad Street. The Symphony Hall is a 2,262 seat concert venue situated on Broad Street. It opened in April 1991 and was officially opened by the Queen in June 1991. The interior of the hall is modelled upon the Musikverein in Vienna and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.

Do you need Covid pass for Symphony Hall Birmingham?

Audience Entry Requirements You are no longer required to show your Covid-19 Passport or prove your negative Covid status to access B:Music venues. Face coverings are now optional throughout the venue. Please continue to be vigilant about hand hygiene.

Is there a dress code for Symphony Hall?

Hi there is no dress code at Symphony Hall.

What are the best seats at the Symphony Hall?

It all depends on the view, sound, and experience you want. The most expensive seats are usually found in the middle of the hall. The sound there tends to be a little better and the view is pretty good. The cheapest seats are usually found in the front and last rows or far off to the side.

Can you eat at Symphony Hall Birmingham?

Venue information The Level 3 (Ground Floor) bar opens at 10am daily (except Sundays, 12pm) and offers a selection of hot and cold drinks, snacks and sandwiches. Foyer bars inside the Symphony Hall open around an hour before a concert is due to start and drinks can be pre-ordered from the Level 3 bar beforehand.

Are there any Covid restrictions at Symphony Hall Birmingham?

Audience Entry Requirements Face coverings are now optional throughout the venue. Please continue to be vigilant about hand hygiene. We reserve the right to change conditions of entry at any time in line with national policy. Please check your emails before a booked visit in case of any changes.

Is there parking at Birmingham Symphony Hall?

Q-Park Brindleyplace is the official car park for the Symphony Hall and just a few moments walk through the impressive Brindleyplace estate. Symphony Hall is a 2200 seat concert venue in Birmingham which opened in 1991 and is the home of the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra which hosts around 270 events per year.

Where are the best seats in Birmingham Symphony Hall?

According to the audiophiles at WQXR, the best spot to sit and enjoy your Brahms is just a bit off-centre from the orchestra, two-thirds of the way back. Symphony Hall in Birmingham is also modelled on the traditional shoebox shape.

What are mystery seats at Symphony Hall?

By booking a Mystery Seat, you will be guaranteed entry to the concert of your choice, but you won’t know where you are sitting until the day of the performance.

What are the best seats at the symphony hall?

Where can I buy second-hand Birmingham Symphony Hall Tickets?

Tixel is the best way to find or buy second-hand Birmingham Symphony Hall tickets. Check the upcoming event list of Birmingham Symphony Hall above and click on a date that interests you.

Why choose Symphony Hall?

Symphony Hall opened in 1991 to immediate public and critical acclaim. With its world class acoustics and stunning auditorium it is considered to be not only the UK’s finest concert hall but also one of the best in the world. Symphony Hall presents prestigious international orchestras and is also home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

How do I book tickets for a CBSO performance at Symphony Hall?

For ticket enquiries about CBSO performances at Symphony Hall, please contact the B:Music Box Office via email or call 0121 289 6333. For information about ticket pricing and ways to save, click here.

How do I get to Birmingham Symphony Hall by bus?

Birmingham New Street and Snow Hill stations are both within walking distance of Symphony Hall. Symphony Hall is easily accessible by bus from around the West Midlands. Visit Network West Midlands to plan your journey. Loading map…