Town Hall and Symphony Hall unveil winter 2023-24 season
3rd November 2023
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The new season showcases an array of performances at Town Hall and Symphony Hall.

From Tyneside folk-rock pioneers Lindisfarne to John Wilson and his Sinfonia of London performing Hollywood’s Greatest Hits, November sees a varied and exciting programme.

Strictly Come Dancing’s most celebrated couple, Janette Manrara and Aljaž Škorjanec, take to the Symphony Hall stage with their show Dancing in a Winter Wonderland with Aljaz and Janette (10 December).

B:Music is providing the laughs this winter with a plethora of comedy A-listers to choose from. Stand-up stars including Kevin Bloody Wilson (6 November), Lucy Beaumont: The Trouble and Strife (9 November), Eddie Izzard: The Remix (15-17 November), Adam Rowe: What’s Wrong with Me? (17 November), Russell Howard (18-19 November) and Babatunde Aléshé (26 January) will be taking to the Town Hall and Symphony Hall stages for the ultimate feelgood night out.

And for one night only it’s five comedians for the price of one at Town Hall, as Live at Christmas (13 December) returns for a spectacular all-star festive show.

Headlining is the one and only David O’Doherty, star of 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown and his own Channel 4 show​ Along for the Ride. Joining David in an astounding bill is Scotland’s comedy queen and breakout Taskmaster star Fern Brady, viral sensation Josh Pugh, fast-rising newcomer Kyrah Gray and the phenomenal Jen Brister as host.

Join Cory Band on a spectacular journey of immersive music and dazzling multimedia entertainment in a first of its kind A Cory Trilogy – Episode I: The Curtain Rises (3 December).

B:Music is also working with The Amy Winehouse Band (21 December) to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Amy Winehouse releasing her debut album Frank to critical acclaim.

Join the London Concert Orchestra with conductor Anthony Inglis for the annual New Year’s Eve Gala (31 December), a Symphony Hall tradition of great classics and fun to celebrate the New Year.

Continuing the festivities, see in the new year with legendary DJ Gary Davies as he brings the UK’s most popular 80s radio show, BBC Radio 2’s Sounds of the 80s: The Live Tour (31 December) to Symphony Hall for a special New Year’s Eve celebration.

The whole family can experience The Gruffalo, The Tiger, and the Mermaid (10 to 11 November).

This delightful show is packed full of songs, puppetry, and audience interaction. Following their sell-out 2018 show, the UK’s best-selling author Julia Donaldson and a cast of four return with a brand-new show based on her much-loved books including

Families can also Toscana Strings for The Snowman and The Nutcracker (17 December) and encounter these two family-favourites brought to life through music, dance, and a little help from the audience, in a performance which is perfect for all the family.

Fresh off the field after taking his final wicket, join one of England’s greatest cricketers Stuart Broad (7 November) as he divulges the highs and lows of a sensational 17-year long career, to celebrate the release of his new sporting memoir Stuart Broad: The Autobiography.

And Sunday Times bestseller Garth Marenghi is back on the road with his latest masterpiece Incarcerat (3 November) following the massive success of his long-lost novel Terrortome.

Other highlights of the winter 2023/24 season include musician, singer and songwriter Paul Young with his Behind the Lens tour (10 November), The Brand New Heavies: Live with the London Concert Orchestra at Symphony Hall (11 November), and the unique soulful vocals and infectious energy of Sister Sledge who performs at Town Hall as part of her Thinking of You tour (13 November

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