If you are looking for a relaxing night out in Birmingham, Glee Club can offer exactly what you need. One of the leading venues that regularly hosts local and on tour comedians, the club will sure bring some glee into your daily routine. The club started out in Birmingham, in 1994, but today it has daughter venues in Cardiff, Nottingham, and Oxford. Some of the performers that had their live gigs in Birmingham 420-seat auditorium are: Al Murray, Jack Dee, Ross Noble, and Tim Key.
The venue is located on 70 Hurst St. Here are just some of the easy way to reach the club:
By train and tube: Glee Club is about 5 minutes walk from New Street Station, less than ten minutes walk from Corporations Street, and about 10 minutes —from Bull Street.
By bus: lines 35, 45, 47, and 424 stop at Bromsgrove Street - less than a block (about 10 minutes walk) from the venue.
By car: follow Bristol Street (A38M). After the O2 Academy stop, make a turn for Essex Street, and another turn for Inge Street. It will lead right to Hurst St. — you won’t miss the Glee Club after that.
International: take CrossCountry, London Midland, or Virgin Train lines directly from the airport. Any of these lines will take you directly to the New Street Station.
Unfortunately, there are no parking lots nearby, but on-street parking is possible. However, it does not presuppose any dedicated spots for Blue Badge holders.
Accessibility for people with special needs
Unfortunately, the venue does not have a special programme for people with special needs. However, the entrance is still easily accessible, and the staff is always ready to offer any visitor a helping hand. Accessible seating and viewing area can be created on prior notice.