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Known as the Black Country due its contribution to the industrial revolution, Birmingham is the UK's largest city outside of London. Home to the world-famous Bullring, Birmingham boasts one of the UK's largest shopping areas and 8 other shopping centres & arcades. With so many opportunities for retail therapy, Birmingham is a shoppers' paradise as well as a great cultural city to visit on a theatre break.

Throughout this year the NIA, National Indoor Arena, will become host to several high profile productions, each set to take the UK by storm - so don't miss out on these performances and book your theatre break to Birmingham today!

Choose from a range of 2* to 4* hotels when booking your Birmingham theatre break, or book a hotel favoured by our theatre break customers:

  • 2* The Britannia Hotel
    • Commanding an enviable position in the heart of the city centre, within walking distance of all the major high-street shops and the fantastic Bullring Shopping Centre
  • 2* Travelodge Birmingham Central
    • Based in an unrivalled location right in the heart of the bustling city and perfectly placed for all the shops, restaurants and buzzing nightlife.
  • 3* Jurys Inn Birmingham
    • Centrally located on Broad Street, a popular dining and nightlife destination, and within walking distance of all of the city's major attractions.

When booking a theatre break to Birmingham, you can also add rail travel from any mainline station in the UK, plus various tickets to nearby attractions.

Whilst you're taking in a theatre break to Birmingham, be sure to sample the city's culinary delights prior to a show. This city offers a variety of mouth-watering food from 27 different nationalities and cultures covering everything from Asian cuisine to Michelin Star restaurants:

  • The Balti Triangle: Award-winning restaurants to authentic family-run establishments, no visit to Birmingham is complete without sampling the delicious flavours for yourself!
  • Turner's of Harborne: Michelin star awarded restaurant serving modern British food with a French influence.
  • Chinatown: A variety of restaurants serving authentic food from Northern China to Malaysia

Did you know?
Birmingham is the original home of the Balti.
The word 'balti' actually refers to the bowl that the dish is served and is thought to originate from the Urdu word balty, meaning 'bucket'.