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Great news: the new season at the Bramall is live!

You have an amazing autumn to look forward to this year, with something for everyone: big laughs, big tunes and an unmissable Halloween spookfest.

And there’s even better news: all tickets are now £10 (plus £1.25 booking fee).

October Comedy Night

Love to laugh? Then don’t miss Britain’s Got Talent runner-up Robert White, headlining the first Comedy Night of the new season.

He’s heading off on a UK-wide tour next year. See him first at the Bramall, joined by Noise Next Door funnyman Tom Houghton and superstar compere Rahul Kohli.

Book now for Thursday 11th October 2018

Nosferatu with live organ accompaniment

Get ready for Halloween with an atmospheric one-off: the silent horror classic Nosferatu, with live organ accompaniment from Alexander Mason.

This event, part of the 2018 Birmingham International Piano Festival, also includes a song recital and Macedonian folk music. (Tickets: £8 plus booking fee.)

Book now for Thursday 27th October 2018

A Kick Up the 80s

Get retro with a night of nostalgia as the ultimate 80s party band take the stage.

Choose life and relive all those classic hits from Spandeau Ballet to Bananarama, Soft Cell to Duran Duran. Time to dust off the legwarmers and rediscover those deely-boppers!

Book now for Thursday 15th November 2018

Magic of the Musicals

The talented students of the acclaimed Guild Musical Theatre Group bring Broadway to the Bramall.

With songs from hit West End shows like Les Miserables, Hairspray, Legally Blonde and Chicago, it’s a must-see for any musical theatre fan.

Book now for Thursday 6th December 2018

 

 

 

 

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