Student Clubs in Birmingham
What with the second biggest mass of students in the UK, it's no wonder that Birmingham is a premium city for you educated young-uns to go out on the the town. From post-dissertation parties and mid-term bashes to some of the most raucous Birmingham Freshers Week affairs, these student club nights in Birmingham have space enough for all of you. Check out our recommendations for the best clubs and student nights in Birmingham and make your Mum and Dad proud.... on the dance-floor that is.
Last updated on 15th November 2017
You love raving? You'll love Lab11. While not specifically a Birmingham student club, you've got to appreciate their commitment to warehouse parties that manage to attract some of the finest DJ talent in Brum. If you love everything from all-day raves to spectacular, all-night raves, you've found a home in Lab11.
Relaxed bar and eatery by day, raucous party venue come night, every student should get very familiar with Walkabout by the end of their tenure. The venue is host to a number of great nights, ranging from karaoke to ludicrously discounted drinks nights, all with a variety of your favourite tunes playing on the speakers. If you want to party like an Australian, this is your best bet.
Tuesday nights are student takeover nights at Players Bar, where Stupid Tuesday sees drink prices slashed, the music turned to the finest hip hop, RnB and chart music and the clientele gets that much more outrageous.
PRYZM is a super-club with super-party nights and super-low prices on their drinks. While different nights will get you different things, if you are looking for that Birmingham student club night experience, come on a Thursday for P.A.R.T.Y. Expect drinks starting at £1.80 and four rooms of different music.
Mooch bar might be on the stylish ends of things, but they want you students to taste the finer things in life with their student nights. Every Wednesday is Hooch, where drinks start at £1 and the speakers play the best in hip hop, RnB and Old Skool.
Not quite a club, this is the Birmingham's most famous live music venue, featuring some of the best talent from around the country playing on their stage - and its got a friendly, local vibe about it all too. Check out their listings and see if anything strikes your fancy.
The Rainbow Venues aren't specifically for students, but if you love to party, you've found your little haven here. They throw some of the most notorious warehouse parties in the Midlands, attracting top talent with their excellent light shows and sound system.
You might find this student club in Birmingham in one of the city's most iconic spots, but that doesn't seem to bring the party to a halt. Found in a train viaduct and boasting cool warehouse vibes, Tunnel Club also hosts some of the most economic nights out too.
Now, this one's only for the coolest of Birmingham's party people. This alternative club is very intimate, with a capacity of 150, but once inside you are greeted by art from local artists on the walls, cool vibes and some of the better alternative music you'll find in Digbeth.
Known for being one of Birmingham's most popular alternative nights out, Snobs is a club in Birmingham city centre that promise a different kind of clubbing experience. Boasting the very best in Indie hits and alternative tracks, students that are partial to a little air guitar or Indie bop, couldn't find a much more fitting venue.
Make sure you buy some decent shoes first, but IndiVidual bar is still a great student club in Birmingham option for you adventurous partiers. Their Tuesday Amnesia night is aptly named, with drinks starting from a £1, free entry before 11 and headache-inducing £6 bottles of wine.