Our Venues in UK
Highlight works across a range of venues in Birmingham, Leeds, Camden and Glasgow. Here is some brief information about each of them:
The ‘home of comedy in the Midlands’ Glee not only guarantee a laugh, it also offers good food and drink. Opening 1994, the venue has won several awards for its unique and intimate atmosphere as well as for the big-name comedians that grace the stage. It has a seated capacity of 440 and a standing capacity of 600.
Midlands Art Centre
The Hexagon Theatre has a maximum capacity of 84, ideal for smaller, more intimate performances. The Foyle Studio is a large and extremely flexible space with retractable seating, blackout facilities and a large surface area. Capacity 120 and the Theatre sits 219 where entertainment can include catering.
Hare and Hounds
Located in Kings Heath, the Hare and Hounds has Grade II listed status and in recent years has become established itself a vital part in the city’s vibrant music and creative community. There are two upstairs venues feature live music or comedy most nights of the week. Capacity for 150 or 250 standing.
The Sunflower Lounge brings the glamour and grunge of New York dive bars to the centre of Birmingham. Events take place either in the basement bar or in the main bar. With a capacity of 90.
Belgrave Music Hall
When the Belgrave Music Hall opened in 2013 it responded to a need for a large-room music venue with a decent bar and reliable food, quickly becoming the city’s best live music venue. The event space has capacity for 300.
Seven Arts in Chapel Allerton is not only an independent arts venue, but is also a contemporary performance space famed for its gigs, fine wine, and impressive menu. Capacity ranges from 50 seated to 135 standing.
A stunning Victorian building on Infirmary Street is a fantastic event space with two venues. The Mezzanine has its own bar and PA system for smaller parties, but it can also be coupled with the Banking Hall to create a space with real wow factor. Capacity up to 1000.
Camden Assembly (Barfly)
Formerly known as the Barfly, this Camden institution has three floors and is a cool hangout space with a full bar and delicious food. There are three unique and versatile rooms for anywhere between 100 and 400 people.
As the name suggests, this award winning live venue focuses on the jazzier side of things. However, it’s also a great place to catch wall-shaking hip hop gigs and see the coolest American musicians making their first steps onto the UK scene. It has a capacity for 420 patrons and has a first-floor restaurant.
This 500-capacity Camden venue has a bar at the back, a stage at the front and room for a couple of hundred people in between. In the 1970s the Sex Pistols, Blondie and The Ramones all performed here and Dingwalls continues to be a champion of new music. Despite its importance in promoting new bands and musical diversity.
Located above the Oxford Arms pub, the Etcetera Theatre has played host to fringe festivals, magic shows and quirky productions for over 20 years. The stage area is a black box studio space with just 42 seats.
The Stand Comedy Club
The Glasgow Stand Comedy Club is located in the basement of an old secondary school in Woodlands in the West End. The club caters for the local comedy market as well as bringing in quality headline acts. Capacity 200 people.
St Luke's & the Winged Ox
Located in the east end of Glasgow, by the Barras market area, this repurposed church – stained glass and organ still in place, making it a fantastic spot with natural daylight and air conditioning. Saint Luke’s can accommodate events from 60 to 450, with theatre crowd capacity 225 and cabaret 130.
Situated in the impressive Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed former Daily Record building down in the centre of Glasgow, Stereo offers great food and drink. The main venue in Stereo is a 300-capacity gig and club space situated in the basement of the building.