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Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

The Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall are continuing to demonstrate that they are not only the most historic venues in Birmingham, but also the most innovative, with their new THSH Bars App.

Patrons to the Town Hall or Symphony Hall, with capacity of 1,086 and 2,262 seats respectively, can now miss the pre-show or interval drinks rush by pre-ordering and paying from their smartphones. They can do this hours or even days before the event, and then collect the drinks from the nearest bar collection point to where they are seated. This gives patrons more time to enjoy the performance rather than worry if they will have enough time for a glass of wine at the interval.

Patrons can download the THSH Bars App for free from the App Store or Google Play. They then choose the event they are attending, select what food and drink they would like to order, and then pay with their credit or debit card- at no additional cost of ordering from the bar.

The app will be first made available on Wednesday 22nd April for the Tim Vine performance.

Isabel Hyams Head of Bars & Hospitality says ‘We are very excited to be launching the Birmingham Town Hall Symphony Hall Bars App. We had been looking into launching an app to improve customer service, and it was the flexibility and depth of Preoday’s platform that made them the obvious choice. We’re especially excited about the platform’s potential for bespoke marketing to give every patron a personalised theatre experience. ‘

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Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

The Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall are continuing to demonstrate that they are not only the most historic venues in Birmingham, but also the most innovative, with their new THSH Bars App.

Patrons to the Town Hall or Symphony Hall, with capacity of 1,086 and 2,262 seats respectively, can now miss the pre-show or interval drinks rush by pre-ordering and paying from their smartphones. They can do this hours or even days before the event, and then collect the drinks from the nearest bar collection point to where they are seated. This gives patrons more time to enjoy the performance rather than worry if they will have enough time for a glass of wine at the interval.

Patrons can download the THSH Bars App for free from the App Store or Google Play. They then choose the event they are attending, select what food and drink they would like to order, and then pay with their credit or debit card- at no additional cost of ordering from the bar.

The app will be first made available on Wednesday 22nd April for the Tim Vine performance.

Max Hyams Head of Bars & Hospitality says ‘We are very excited to be launching the Birmingham Town Hall Symphony Hall Bars App. We had been looking into launching an app to improve customer service, and it was the flexibility and depth of Preoday’s platform that made them the obvious choice. We’re especially excited about the platform’s potential for bespoke marketing to give every patron a personalised theatre experience. ‘

Other Blog Articles

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

The Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall are continuing to demonstrate that they are not only the most historic venues in Birmingham, but also the most innovative, with their new THSH Bars App.

Patrons to the Town Hall or Symphony Hall, with capacity of 1,086 and 2,262 seats respectively, can now miss the pre-show or interval drinks rush by pre-ordering and paying from their smartphones. They can do this hours or even days before the event, and then collect the drinks from the nearest bar collection point to where they are seated. This gives patrons more time to enjoy the performance rather than worry if they will have enough time for a glass of wine at the interval.

Patrons can download the THSH Bars App for free from the App Store or Google Play. They then choose the event they are attending, select what food and drink they would like to order, and then pay with their credit or debit card- at no additional cost of ordering from the bar.

The app will be first made available on Wednesday 22nd April for the Tim Vine performance.

Max Hyams Head of Bars & Hospitality says ‘We are very excited to be launching the Birmingham Town Hall Symphony Hall Bars App. We had been looking into launching an app to improve customer service, and it was the flexibility and depth of Preoday’s platform that made them the obvious choice. We’re especially excited about the platform’s potential for bespoke marketing to give every patron a personalised theatre experience. ‘

Other Blog Articles

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall launch their own interval drinks app.

The Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall are continuing to demonstrate that they are not only the most historic venues in Birmingham, but also the most innovative, with their new THSH Bars App.

Patrons to the Town Hall or Symphony Hall, with capacity of 1,086 and 2,262 seats respectively, can now miss the pre-show or interval drinks rush by pre-ordering and paying from their smartphones. They can do this hours or even days before the event, and then collect the drinks from the nearest bar collection point to where they are seated. This gives patrons more time to enjoy the performance rather than worry if they will have enough time for a glass of wine at the interval.

Patrons can download the THSH Bars App for free from the App Store or Google Play. They then choose the event they are attending, select what food and drink they would like to order, and then pay with their credit or debit card- at no additional cost of ordering from the bar.

The app will be first made available on Wednesday 22nd April for the Tim Vine performance.

Max Hyams Head of Bars & Hospitality says ‘We are very excited to be launching the Birmingham Town Hall Symphony Hall Bars App. We had been looking into launching an app to improve customer service, and it was the flexibility and depth of Preoday’s platform that made them the obvious choice. We’re especially excited about the platform’s potential for bespoke marketing to give every patron a personalised theatre experience. ‘

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