Head over to King Edward's Hall where this unique Mother's Day concert is letting you treat mum for completely free. A spooky immersive rock musical featuring some classic tunes, the experience comes complete with exciting cocktails and proceeds go towards MIND.
Best Events in Birmingham
Don't be silly now, you can't surely be stuck for things to do in Birmingham can you? What with all these amazing events in Birmingham? We didn't think so! From daytime raves and unique cinema events to food festivals, Birmingham is a hubbub of fun activities all year long. Check out our recommendations for the best events in Birmingham and get stuck into some of the biggest parties that the UK's second city has to offer.
Reggae Brunch is coming to B'ham, bringing the best in raggae, soca, calypso and many many more, along with three courses of delicious Jamaican feasting and bottomless cocktails, what else could you possibly want from a weekend?
With free-flowing prosecco and mouthwatering pizza to soak it all up, Flight Club knows how to start a party. Head to the city centre spot for all this plus live DJs and the chance to try your hand at their iconic social darts games.
The beautiful, Victorian and unique venue The Old Joint Stock isn't just one of the best pubs in Birmingham, supplying great food and drink. It's also a theatre and a hub of everything from comedy and drama to full on art pieces. Check out their listings for more.
If you're looking for a few laughs, head to Cherry Reds. The city centre spot is perfect for everything from date nights to hanging out with mates and you can rely on a cracking lineup featuring some of the country's best comedians.
This April, head over to Digbeth for what is bound to be the cheesiest festival of the year. Jam-packed full of cheese specialists, fittingly-themed street food, bars, DJs and live music, Cheese Fest is a must for lovers of all things brie, gouda and stilton-related.