Birmingham: Symphony Hall

Country: England, United Kingdom
Historic County: Warwickshire
City: Birmingham
Location: Broad Street

Concert hall, built by Percy Thomas Partnership and Renton Howard Wood Levin. Opened 15 April 1991, officially opened 12 June 1991 by Queen Elizabeth II. 2001 installation of a pipe organ by Johannes Klais Orgelbau. 2262 seats. Home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Mainly used for classical and other concerts. Also used for conferences as part of the International Convention Centre.

Links:, Wikipedia

Birmingham: Repertory Theatre Front Text: "Birmingham"
Reverse Text: "ICC from Centenary Square"
Publisher: E. T. W. Dennis & Sons, Scarborough; B014096L
Size: Modern
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Birmingham: Repertory Theatre Front Text: "Birmingham", inscriptions: "symphony hall birmingham", "the icc birmingham"
Reverse Text: "Birmingham, Symphony Hall and the ICC"
Publisher: Salmon, Svenoaks; 2-26-04-10
Size: Modern
Sent: to Norwich [postmark without date]

Birmingham: Repertory Theatre Reverse Text: "Birmingham Symphony Hall by James Stokes"
Size: Modern
Not sent.

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