Birmingham Hippodrome Ticket offers for culture card holders


  • Culture Card discounts for performances at Birmingham Hippodrome cannot be purchased online. Please call Ticket Sales 0844 338 5000 or visit the counter to purchase tickets. Calls cost 4.5p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.

  • All tickets will need to be collected in person by the Culture Card named member and valid membership card must be presented when collecting tickets.

  • Where applicable a 6% transaction fee may apply (excluding cash sales in person).

  • All offers are limited, subject to availability and can be withdrawn without notice.

  • Discounts are not offered retrospectively and only one concession is applicable per ticket.

  • Birmingham Hippodrome’s terms and conditions apply.




No Kids

Sat 10 Nov


No Kids reveals the personal journey that real-life couple and co-artistic directors of Ad Infinitum, Nir Paldi and George Mann, embarked upon when they asked the question: as a gay couple, should we go out of our way to have children? Physical storytelling, gender-bending musical cabaret, and verbatim theatre marry to conceive a distinctly queer piece striving to find out why so many of us feel so driven to have children, whether or not the human race should be reproducing less, and asks how truly open our society is to the idea of two dads.

No Kids is made possible by Arts Council England. Developed at Battersea Arts Centre and supported by Salisbury Playhouse, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Newbury Corn Exchange, Birmingham Hippodrome, Redbridge Drama Centre, The Tolmen Centre and The North Wall.


Culture Card offer 
£3 off all tickets on Sat 10 Nov, 7.45pm. Maximum of 2 tickets per member.


The Believers Are But Brothers

Thu 22 and Fri 23 Nov


Written and performed by Javaad Alipoor

Co-directed by Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley

Javaad Alipoor presents his 2017 Scotsman Fringe First Award-winning show.

An electronic maze of fantasists, meme culture, 4chan, the alt-right and ISIS. We live in a time where old orders are collapsing: from the postcolonial nation states of the Middle East to the EU, tech savvy extremist groups rip up political certainties. A generation of young men burn with resentment.

This bold show explores the smoke and mirrors world of online extremism, anonymity and hate speech.


Culture Card offer 
£3 off all tickets on Thu 22 and Fri 23 Nov, 7.45pm. Maximum of 2 tickets per member.