A renowned auditorium that can accommodate up to 520 guests, the Adrian Boult Hall organises many prestigious events all year round, from jazz to Shakespearean plays. It is regularly used by the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra, and is adjacent to Paradise Circus, sandwiched between the historic Centenary and Chamberlain Squares. Nearby you can find a superb selection of stylish hotels that are all within walking distance of other key visitor attractions such as the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum and the National Sea Life Centre.
Part Of The Acclaimed Birmingham Conservatoire
The Birmingham Conservatoire, one of the city's principal music venues, was founded as the Birmingham School of Music in 1886 and is now owned by Birmingham City University. One of the most famous alumni of the conservatoire is the musician Mike Stevens, a saxophonist who worked as a music director for Annie Lennox, Take That, the Sugababes, and several other major music acts.
Near Plenty Of Value-For-Money Birmingham Hotels
Adrian Boult Hall is just minutes from the very affordable Comfort Inn Birmingham and other budget friendly hotels, and is also close to the bustling Chinese Quarter, where you can find many of Britain's leading Chinese restaurants. Also within walking distance is the International Convention Centre, which features the spectacular Symphony Hall and organises various high-profile business conferences.
Just Metres From Birmingham Town Hall And Victoria Square
Birmingham Town Hall, a fine Grade I-Listed landmark is an impressive Classical-style building that also organises many major concerts, business events and other large exhibitions. It overlooks Victoria Square, an historic meeting place designed at the very end of the Victorian period and is probably best known for hosting Birmingham's revered German Christmas Market.
Close To Several Premium Birmingham Hotels
Adrian Boult Hall is very near to the luxury four star Macdonald Burlington Hotel, which provides refined, sophisticated accommodation, free internet access, elegant bars, and a fully equipped conference centre, among other deluxe facilities. According to numerous rumours, Winston Churchill called it his favourite hotel in Birmingham, and the venue has hosted many other famous figures over the years, including several other British Prime Ministers.