One of the most renowned venues in the UK and home of the Snooker World Championships. This iconic venue sits in the heart of the city of Sheffield and there is not a bad seat in the house. It is always a joy to watch snooker here, with the best quality tables and players. It is also a theatre for the rest of the year hosting regular performances.

This glorious Grade 1 listed building dates back to 1779 when it was established as a marketplace for merchant traders. It continued in various guises until the late 70’s when it was turned into a museum and art gallery which closed in 1998. Now, after much refurbishment and rejuvenation, it has been restored and is used for some very high profile concerts and live events.

Opened in 2023, Aviva Studios run by Factory International, is a brand new innovative space in Manchester. It holds up to 7,000 people for live events ranging from dance, theatre, concerts and opera, to visual arts, popular culture and major exhibitions.

The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury is one of the most prestigious venues in Kent. Currently in its 3rd incarnation, it is contemporary in design, opening in 2011 to host some of the best performers on the comedy, music and performing arts circuit. Being local to us it has a special place in our hearts too and we love to see events here, there is not a bad seat in the house!

Purpose built open air arena to house the 10 night Adele Residency in Munich in 2024.

One of the West Midlands most loved live venues, the halls have been in existence since 1938. It began by hosting various orchestras and comedians but the halls really gained popularity in the 1970’s as one of the best venues to see an array of pop, rock and reggae stars. Acts that have performed there include David Bowie, The Who, Blur, Nirvana and many more.

One of the leading live music event venues in Bristol, specialising in gig and club nights. Famed for having a fantastic atmosphere and a great variety of shows.

The home of the famous Nottingham Forest FC, one of the oldest football clubs in the UK and who won back to back European Cups under the guidance of one of the best managers of all time, Brian Clough. Located on the banks of the River Trent this stadium always has a fantastic atmosphere especially under the floodlights. In the Summer months it now also plays hosts to stadium tours for big bands such as Take That.

The sister venue of the Victoria Hall located in central Stoke On Trent. It started out life as a cinema in the 1920’s and is now a mainstay of the touring circuit especially for top stand up comedy acts such as Sarah Millican.

The Lyric Theatre is located in the famous West End of London on Shaftesbury Avenue. It is one of London’s oldest theatres having been erected in 1888! The theatre therefore has a long standing history which has seen it host the best plays and musicals that London has to offer. The building itself is worth a visit alone as it is so full of Victorian character, a wonderful place to spend the night watching a show.

Jemima bought 2 x Moby Tickets
21 Jun @ 16:46