Clubs in Broad Street
Home to some of the biggest party bars in Birmingham, Broad Street also boasts a small but rowdy bunch of clubs that have achieved notoriety across the entire city. From one of the biggest clubs in Birmingham to retro clubs that will have you dishing out those flares in seconds, hardcore clubbers and weekend mover shakers will find Broad Street clubs a welcome party retreat. Check out the best of Broad Street's clubs right here and plan your next mad night out in Birmingham.
Last updated on 27th July 2016
The Chameleon on Broad Street is fast becoming a favourite spot for Birmingham's many music-lovers. With delicious food served during the day, the mood is dramatically altered come the weekend. Join the team at this venue at Love every saturday, for stunning live DJ sets and dazzling performances by a line-up of live percussionists. Few Broad Street clubs offer an experience anything like it.
The Brasshouse may look like a yet another cute, cosy pub during the day, but come the weekend things take a bit of a twist. Every Friday and Saturday, the team behind this Broad Street venue open their doors to the city's party animals, where DJ Dave Keen and KKJ fill teh dancefloors with the sounds of all your favourite house, dance, chart and hip hop songs.
With venue's scattered across Britain, Walkabout has established a relationship for delivering some of the most easy going club nights in Britain. Birmingham's branch is of course no different. Sat comfortably on Broad Street, the venue is full of fun-loving people come Thursday and Friday night. Whether you're jumping around on a bouncy castle at Playtime on Thursday, or perhaps just dancing your worries away at Walkie Rocks on a Friday, you're sure to leave this late night club with a beam smile.
Birmingham's more quirky alternative to a club night out, Popworld will have you singing and swaying to your favourite 70s disco tracks and dancefloor jives. Disco balls and an illuminous neon dancefloor make Popworld a fun jaunt that rolls the clock back to those John Travolta friendly days. There's no pumping House/Electro here, just good old fashioned vintage fun.
Dedicated to all things retro and with a frivolous approach to most things, Reflex on Broad Street offers a night out in Birmingham framed by colourful fancy dress and all the best cheese songs that you could ask for. With DJs playing tracks dating as far back as the 60s and 70s, it's the ideal location to get you Aretha Franklin and S-Club fix. Perfect for stag dos and hen parties, the night draws the city's student crowds together for a stunning night of laughter and loud dance moves.
Revolution Bars have taken over the nightlife scenes in the UK's biggest cities, and as such have amended what we define as a 'great' night out on the town. Offering fantastic cocktails, a great selection of spiced shot-sticks and amazing DJ sets delivered by the city's best, Wednesday and Sunday nights in Birmingham will never be the same again. Frivolous fun takes on a new meaning at this stunning venue.
Friday nights on Birmingham's Broad Streets have an attitude and swagger about them, thanks to Dancehall at SugarSuite. Playing the very best in R&B floorfillers and basslines, Dancehall is a sleek night with even sleeker playlists. Book one of SugarSuite's VIP booths for a champagne tipple in between grinding tracks and outrageous dance moves at this vibrant club.
Held each Friday, Te Amo injects bagfuls of spark into Birmingham's already impressive nightlife scene. With a line-up of three stunning DJs and a whole host of special guests, the weekly club nights plays all the best dance, house and hip hop tunes to Birmingham's growing audience of late night revellers. Filled with heavy beats and a number of stunning drinks deals, you definitely won't regret the next day's hangover.
With popular clubs nights four days a week, O Bar seems to be taking Birmingham's club scene by storm. The team behind the venue plate up a treat for the city's young, frivolous crowds, and puts on dazzling show every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. From the bass-thudding sounds of Hip Hop and RnB, to the soulful, smooth melodies of Funk & Soul, you'll definitely a night to match your sparkling personality at this lively Broad Street Club.
While Mooch Bar may give off the same aura as any of the city's central bars, when the sun goes down and the DJ decks come up, that's when the venue truly comes alive. A buzzing party venue in the heart of Broad Street, this Birmingham club boasts VIP areas, cracking drink deals and a slick honeycomb style that can't be found anywhere else in the city.