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Christmas inspiration from the Symphony Hall Gift Shop

The Symphony Hall Gift Shop is the perfect place to source a unique and individual Christmas present. The shop sells a wide range of musical-themed gifts for all ages, from children’s toys, books and CDs, to clocks, mats and mugs, stationery, novelty items and gift vouchers.

Brand new in stock is an exclusive range from Birmingham designer Victoria Eggs. The collection includes mugs, aprons, oven gloves, tea towels and other kitchen essentials all based on musical words, designed using her trademark script.

Meanwhile, on Symphony Hall’s foyer from 20 November, Birmingham-based jewellery collective, Centrepiece, hold their annual showcase of hand-crafted, original designs. Ranges span traditional to contemporary, and include necklaces, rings and ear-rings.

Further information from www.thsh.co.uk

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NOTES TO EDITORS

• Symphony Hall Gift Shop opening hours: 12 noon – 5pm, and until the interval on concert nights.
• Full details of Christmas season events at www.thsh.co.uk/christmas2014
View Christmas events press release
• Download a copy of the Christmas brochure here

Profits from the Symphony Hall Gift Shop help to support the work of Performances Birmingham Limited, the registered charity which manages leading UK music organisation Town Hall and Symphony Hall

Town Hall and Symphony Hall are managed together by Performances Birmingham Limited, a Registered Charity No 1053937. Between them, the two halls present an exciting and varied programme of around 800 concerts and events a year, connecting people of all ages and backgrounds to music from jazz, folk, world, roots and classical, to rock and pop. Over 500,000 people visit Town Hall and Symphony Hall annually, and almost 12,000 young people and 6,000 adults participate in the thriving Education and Community programme.

Funded by Birmingham City Council
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England

Town Hall Birmingham re-opened in October 2007 following a £35m renovation funded by Birmingham City Council (£18.3m), Heritage Lottery Fund (£13.7m), European Regional Development Fund (£3m).

Town Hall & Symphony Hall Box Office 0121 780 3333
www.thsh.co.uk

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