Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill, Level25 Birmingham


Birmingham’s most iconic restaurant held its first ever immersive dining experience when The Greatest Show took over the whole venue to wow guests in two sold out performances. Taking place at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill on Level 25, the all-singing-all-dancing themed dinner saw both families and party goers roll-up for an event like no other.

Level25 was transformed into a big top complete with secret garden and fun fair which saw guests totally immersed into a magical, fantastical world. Greeted by a twisted black and white hypnotic circus the magic continued as guests became part of a technicolour explosion carnival fairground, before entering the big top where the sold-out shows took centre stage in the 250-cover restaurant.

As guests settled in their seats and enjoyed a menu of ‘carnival classics’, The Greatest Show began on a 60-foot stage spanning the length of the restaurant. Welcomed by BBC’s ‘Search for Dorothy’ Tasheka Coe and one of the West End’s elite, Owain Williams, guests were treated to exclusive performances whilst they dined.  The stars were joined by some of the Birmingham’s best performers as well as Level25 ‘Search for the Stars’ competition winners, Georgina Mason, Olivia Moore, Alice Boundy and Roisin Murphy.

Alan Tracey, General Restaurant Manager at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Level25 comments:

“Wow, what an event… it really was The Greatest Show! The response from guests has been fantastic and they were totally immersed into the whole show. With two sell-out performances and incredible feedback from guests, we already cannot wait to bring more live music events to the city’s skyline!”

The Greatest Show was the finale of a summer of live music events at Level25, which is planning to continue with live events, as it looks to make future plans for the top floor of The Cube.

Head to Level25’s website to find out about any other upcoming events:

Tara Tomes