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Jamie Cullum at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

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Jamie Cullum is an English pop-jazz singer-songwriter from Rochford, Essex.

Jamie Cullum will be performing 1 event in Liverpool on Monday 23rd March 2020 at the Philharmonic Hall.

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Mon Mar 23 2020    (Change Date) Liverpool, UK UK
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Venue Information - Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Philharmonic Hall Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP
Telephone: 01517093789
Venue Capacity: 2381
Philharmonic Hall is a massive concert venue based on Hope Street in Liverpool. Boasting a capacity of 2,381 people, it was originally built in 1939 to replace the original hall, that burnt down in a fire. Nowadays, it hosts an average 250 events every single year, with over a fifth of them consisting of classical music. However, you can find music of all sorts being played here, along with comedy acts, plays, musicals, and even films!