Update 16/10/2015 – We understand that this event has now been cancelled.  For refunds, please contact Birmingham Town Hall Box Office on 0121 345 0600 or email   – Blues Trust
Would you like to celebrate the best players in Birmingham City Football Club’s history, as voted for by readers of Birmingham Mail and listeners of Free Radio?
Would you like to enjoy photo opportunities with sporting stars and revel in the highlights of your heroes, as Gary Newbon and Free Radio’s Tom Ross relive the club’s history, with special guests including Blues legend and football’s first million pound player Trevor Francis?

You can do so at Birmingham Town Hall at 7:30 pm on Monday October 26th 2015 when all the “Blues” stars of yesteryear will make up a historic dream team for a fun evening on stage, including Trevor Francis, Bob Latchford, Kenny Burns et all, along with many best past managers in a fun production. All will be assembled under one roof and there will be great stories and much laughter in addition to a Q and A session during the evening. The show wants everyone to be involved and meet their heroes.

In conjunction with the Birmingham Mail there is a challenge to devise and vote for the best “dream team” of past Blues favourites who are still alive.

Blues Trust is privileged to help publicise and support this event and has been offered discount tickets for the evening. Ticket prices are normally £17 per head but we have been offered a discounted price of £12 which is available to all our members and readers of our website. All you have to do is visit the show’s website at where you can choose and book your seats on-line. On the payment screen, just quote the promotional discount code  TRUST12  to reduce the normal price from £17 to £12.

The evening is expected to be a sell-out so don’t delay, book today!


  • A £3 transaction fee, plus £1 (optional) postage, will be charged on all bookings except purchases made in person at the Town Hall or Symphony Hall Box office.
  • All bookings are made through the promoter’s website and any queries should be raised with them.

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