Best Events in September
The summer months may be all but slowing down, but the party pace is most definitely still picking up speed come the ninth month of the year. A harvest month, making it just the time to collect a few shindigs under your belt, check out our recommendations for the best events in September in Birmingham, weaving your calendar through a selection of stellar DJ nights, off-kilter cabaret style events, unique pop-ups and more.
Last updated on 11th September 2017
Oktoberfest is coming to Digbeth! The Old Crown is hosting its first ever Bavarian celebration, complete with tents full of long tables, steins of beer, Oompah bands and all the German street food you need.
Taste and Liquor are up to their usual tricks: organising some of Birmingham's best food festival. This September, it's the turn of the humble kebab, from sheesh to donna, this day will have it all.
Now this is definitely the best way to say goodbye to the hotter months. Uniting the world of American street food with that of margaritas and tequila, expect a day filled with tacos, hot dogs, burgers, cocktails, beers, slushies and masterclasses aplenty.
Join the Grade II-listed building Old Joint Stock Pub for a delicious supper club on their stunning balcony, featuring three courses and live music from their grand piano and resident singers.
The Hare and Hounds are welcoming you in for a night of burlesque, sideshow, gender bending and more at one of the most seductive and memorable nights around.
The super-popular Birmingham Brewery Tour returns this September for another round of tasty tastings across some of the best breweries in Brum. Think a bar crawl with craft beer and alcoholic knowledge.
Pop Up Painting is inviting you to another of their fun, creative evenings, perfect for friends, dates or team-building. With a glass of wine (or whatever you drink) in hand, you can create a masterpiece with professional guiding you, and all the equipment is provided.
The Cherry Reds Comedy Club plays host to some of the most talented comedians from across the country – including many TV stars. With only 50 seats in the audience, this is a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with comedy’s rising stars.
The first Tuesday of July sees the Rose Villa Tavern open its doors to the finest comedic talents Birmingham has to offer. Whether it’s the best up-and-comers or Edinburgh-level acts, this event will get you on the floor laughing – especially thanks to compere Paul Savage.
Ever wanted to throw an axe like Gimli from Lord of the Rings? Get your mates together and give slinging axes a go, hitting bulls-eyes and pretending you’re old-timey warriors together. The experienced coaches will talk you through, so grab an axe and give it a go.
The Birmingham Cabaret Festival is proud to welcome The Footsie Club back to the Old Joint Stock theatre, with an evening of decadence, delectable femme fatales and all the quirky comedy you can handle.
Join Harvey Nichols Restaurant and Bar as they deliver you three courses of delicious seasonal brunch food and unlimited Champagne to wash it all down – and don’t worry, kids can join with unlimited soft drinks at less of a price too.
Whether you're organising a house party or dinner party, this evening will put the cherry on top of shenanigans. Sit back and relax as a bar tender teaches you how to make your favourite tipples.
This Grade II-listed pub doubles up as a theatre, and so plays host to some of the most creative, edgy and hilarious plays and stand-up that the city's seen. Check out their listings to see what's in store.
Fun and informative is the aim of the game at Old Joint Stock’s gin tasting. You’ll get to drink perfectly made G&T’s while learning about how it’s made, the history and taste gins from 6 small independent producers.
After touring major European cities like Munich, Rotterdam, Berlin and Paris, the Malaysian Supper Club is coming to Birmingham, bringing four-courses of delicious, authentic cuisine. It’s the perfect opportunity to engross yourself in Malaysian culture.