• Ones To Watch 2015

    17 Dec 2014

    With 2015 just around the corner, we thought it would only be right to give you a rundown of the shows to look out for in the New Year!

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  • Chris Rea | Review

    17 Dec 2014

    With his gravelly voice and smooth slide guitar, Chris Rea played an unforgettable show at the Barclaycard Arena on Sunday night.

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  • Disney On Ice | Review

    28 Oct 2014

    On Wednesday the 22nd October myself and three of my twenty-something-year-old mates popped down to the NIA, Birmingham to relive our youth and watch the first of a 12 night run of Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic..

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  • Miranda Hart | Review

    22 Oct 2014

    On of the countries favourite Miranda made her return to Birmingham as part of her first UK-wide stand-up tour on Friday October 17th for an extra date as part of her ‘My, What I Call, Live Show’.
    Like her previous performance at the LG Arena back in April, thousands of people turned up at the NIA to laugh along with the star, as she invited us to her party, or as she liked to a call it a “cocoon o’ fun” – which brought with it, her unique mix of classic stand-up, dancing along to old-school pop songs. Of course, no party is every complete without the obligatory buffet snacks, much to the delight of thosepeople lucky to be in the front row who managed to get their hands on a few tasty treats!

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  • Kylie| Review

    15 Oct 2014

    Princess of Pop Kylie Minogue put on a show-stopping performance as she blew the roof off the newly named ‘Barclaycard Arena’ during her ‘Kiss Me Once’ tour.

    As she rose from underneath the stage on a sofa made of red lips, the audience were instantly on their feet dancing to seductive opening track ‘Les Sex’.

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  • John Legend | Review

    12 Oct 2014

    Having been a fan of John since seeing him at a Birmingham City Centre venue back in 2004, it was definitely worth the wait. 

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  • Lee Evans | Review

    24 Sep 2014

    They don’t come more energetic (or sweaty) than Lee Evans, and it’s why we love him.

    The comedian who turned 50 earlier this year, I swear he doesn’t age…lived up to expectation with a typically hyperactive performance in Birmingham on a warm Thursday evening, which if nothing else added to his rate of perspiration as he delivered another signature show with no sign of slowing down.

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