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. 

Last updated on 15th July 2019

@ Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Sat, 26th Oct 2019 @ multiple start times (see ticket info)

If you love your fairy tales, this immersive bottomless brunch event at the Botanical Gardens is sure to blow you away. Be their guest and enter a kingdom far, far away to enjoy two hours of entertainment, eating and drinking with a very magical twist. 

The Bottomless Singalong Cinema is taking over Birmingham with a series of pop-up screenings that'll have you chanting away without a care. Sit back, relax ad catch classic flicks with bottomless prosecco, piles of popcorn and plenty of singalong opportunities. 

@ BIRMINGHAM on Saturday 26th October and Saturday 30th November 2019

When it comes to pop-ups, we like ours laced with food, drinks and games. You know who else does, The PokeBar. Heading to a super secret location, the video game-inspired spot is armed with character-themed burgers and cocktails alongside quizzes, games and more.

@ Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill on Fri, 16th Aug 2019 @ multiple start times (see ticket info)

Head 25 levels up as The Greatest Show takes over the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill for an evening of live entertainment, daring performances and 3 mouthwatering courses. Think funfair treats; from Champagne candy floss to pick n mix.

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?

@ The Station on Sat, 14th Sep 2019 @ 20:00 - 22:45

Off the Rails is back with more games, music, tombolas and calamity than ever. Taking over The Station this September will be headliner Scott Bennett, a rising comedy gem, alongside duo The Good Kids and local talent Matt Bragg, for just £7 a ticket it's cheap and cheerful.