We all need a good giggle, right? Symphony Hall and Town Hall – both B:Music Venues – have got the comedy covered with a whole host of laugh-a-minute shows.
The Welsh comedian and TV star was in the middle of a massive tour when COVID 19 brought curtains down in theatres everywhere, but now he’s back on the road. The show promises to be a little bit raw and very personal; it’s about hitting rock bottom, and just when you think things can’t get any worse you meet a bloke called John. For booking information click HERE
“It has been a period of upheaval and uncertainty with COVID and the political situation. You will be amazed by my capacity to somehow take all these things personally”, explains Nish. This new show comes from the host of the Mash Report and one of The Guardian’s Top Fifty Comedians of the 21st Century. For booking information click HERE
Ever wondered what goes on behind the most famous fringe on telly? Join Strictly presenter and all round celebrity loveliness Claudia Winkleman will be chatting boots, eye-liner, the wonder of melted cheese, why holidays are awful, the importance of a man who doesn’t believe in star signs and why people who name their cars should be avoided. Oh, and they’ll be a mass live fringe-trim on stage. Tickets available here.
Join the king of fast-paced comedy Paul Merton as he invites seasoned performers Richard Vranch, Suki Webster, Mike McShane and accompanist Kirsty Newton for an evening of mind-blowing improvisation. This collective experience is a joy to watch, as the chums flex their improvisational muscles to the delight of the audience. For more details and tickets, click here.
TV personality and all-round funny Brummie, Joe Lycett stars in this evening of screenings and discussion with radio DJ Shaun Keaveny. Expect plenty of chat about filmmaking, music and classic adverts. Screening alongside some of Joe’s music videos and shorts (including the world premiere of his latest Birmingham short film Ray) will be a selection of clips that have inspired him over the years. This event is part of Film Feels Curious, a UK-wide cinema season, supported by the National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. Tickets available here.
After experimenting with a Zoom gig where he got muted by 639 people, multi award-winning comedian and actor Omid Djalili is back where he belongs on a stage. Intelligent, provocative and entertaining, Omid’s legendary stand-up performances is a captivating comedy masterclass. Ticket on sale now – click here for more details.
B:Music is a Birmingham-based charity with a mission to inspire a love of live music, through performance, participation and learning. As well as being responsible for Symphony Hall and Town Hall, the charity supports local artists, commissions and collaborates with up and coming musicians, and works across Birmingham and Europe. To find out more about B:Music and discover what’s on click HERE