Best Clubs in Birmingham

This gem of the Midlands has built up its clubbing rep over the past few years, edging into the party arenas of Manchester and Liverpool. If watching international DJs and dancing all night is your fix, then pay attention and check out our recommendations for the best clubs in Birmingham. Sh*t just got serious. 

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4 user reviews 4

Those of you with a penchant for proper clubbing should enjoy the work of this brilliant venue. A warehouse plot known for their heaving house-themed nights, renowned DJs and pop-up street food events, there's a reason Lab11 is notably one of the best clubs around.


6 user reviews 3

One of the biggest clubs in Birmingham is also one of the most fun. They are renowned for hosting some of the most class club nights, with several different rooms offering something different in each – made all the much better by cutting-edge sound and visuals on stage.


2 user reviews 4

A Digbeth favourite full of grit, Spotlight is a late night bar that's both an urban socialising space during the day and a warehouse club come nightfall. This club offers party lovers everywhere a sanctuary where you can leave your worries at the door and dance into the early hours.

Nightingale Club

6 user reviews 3

One of the most prominent and happening gay venues in Birmingham, Nightingale Club is renowned for its laid-back attitude and down-to-earth vibes. Host to student nights and drag queens, it's usually brimming with fire-eaters, go-go girls and great DJ residencies. 


1 user review 5

Three rooms of brilliant music and an idyllic rooftop terrace; what more could you ask for? Laid back and chilled in everything it does, PST is the home of Dub, Jungle and Reggae in Birmingham, hosting some of the most friendly and fun-loving music lovers in the city every weekend.

The Institute

3 user reviews 4

The Institute has become clubbing royalty in Birmingham's late night scene. Originally built as a chapel in the 1900s, it has since accumulated its own fame, now known for being one of the main influences in the UK rave scene and a firm favourite for students and locals alike.