Bars with Entertainment in Birmingham

Picture this, it's the first date and things are going well, they actually look like their photo and conversation is flowing, but as the night goes you find yourself staring into your depleting drink, stirring your now soggy straw around and around. You need something fun, and you need it fast. Don't you fret though, Birmingham is ready to entertain you, oh boy is it ready. From buzzing bowling alleys, to live music and pool tables to get all touchy-feely around (when alligning your cue, obvs). Check out our top picks of Birmingham's bars with entertainment and let us break that ice for you. You're welcome. 

Last updated on 5th August 2021

Just by the way of Birmingham City Centre sits The Old Joint Stock Theatre, a traditional pub and entertainment venue. Doused in Victorian charm, this stunning pub boasts a premier theatre and stand-up space which regularly host some of the hottest talent in the city. From laugh out loud comedies to hard-hitting dramas, there is a constant rolling calendar of events.

The Jam House Birmingham

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If live music is your thing then The Jam House in the Jewellery Quarter is the place to be. Jools Holland set out to create a fun and lively music venue and that's exactly what he did. Spread over three floors, head here for a few drinks or a bite to eat and enjoy an eclectic mix of rock, jazz and blues.

In the heart of Birmingham's nightlife nexus, the Custard Factory, comes a cultural hub for entertainment, food and drink. The creative quarter is the perfect home for the Mockingbird Cinema where you can enjoy a spread of comedy nights, film screenings and socialising, all washed down with a few drinks and some solid grub. 

Karaoke Box

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This fun-filled late-night karaoke bar is the perfect place to keep the night going right on through into the early hours. Karaoke Box boasts ten bespoke individually designed rooms, all quirkily themed, from a London underground station to a futuristic galaxy room, all ready and waiting for you to belt out some bangers. 

Birdies Bar

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Serving up a slice of summer even on the grimmest of Birmingham days, Birdies is decked out with palm treees and beach-hut style interiors. Handily located next door to Ghetto Golf, this bar is the perfect place to have a few sunny spritzes and a bite to eat before caddying up and taking to the turf.

A rum-lover's paradise, Revolucion De Cuba is known for its carnival-inspired entertainment. Inspired by the fiestas of Central America, head upstairs to the lively bar and be treated to a night of dancing and debauchery - for the full experience see how low you can go on the limbo, or bring a gang of friends and try your hand at one of the regular cocktail masterclasses.

Glee Club Birmingham

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Looking for a night of laughter, banter and the biggest up and coming comedy stars? Glee Comedy Club has exactly that. With the likes of Lee Evans and Jack Dee having previously frequented this place, you can expect a guaranteed good night out for a fraction of the price of Birmingham's bigger venues.

The Sunflower Lounge

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Relaxed indie bar The Sunflower Lounge embraces everything live music. With touring bands and local talent frequently gracing their basement gig space for their weekend sessions. This intimate venue is also home to DJs from Wednesday to Saturday. If you're looking to experience local indie talent then you'll be hard pushed to find a better spot.