Best Events in November
We said BRRR, it's cold in here, there must be some awesome November events in the Birmingham atmosphere. Whilst Winter may be on the approach and you've got more bobble hats than you've had hot dinners, we've discovered some of the best pre-Christmas events to get your mitts into. So why not save that TV series for another night and check out our recommendations for the best events in November in Birmingham, discovering the best of our chilly city after dark.
Last updated on 13th October 2017
See the dramatic re-enactment of two terrifying ghost stories on the week of Halloween, only at the Old Joint Stock Pub and Theatre.
What happens when a team of useless rugby league players bet their life savings they can win the league? They have to accept the help of a brand new coach… who happens to be a woman.
Unleash your creativity at this fun painting event, where you’ll learn to paint like a pro with a killer playlist and a bit of wine.
Indulge in three courses of delicious British dishes at Harvey Nichols, all the while enjoying unlimited Champagne. Kids can join in too for a discounted price of £15.
Cherry Reds are inviting you to a session of PopUp Painting, where you can drink, paint and meet new people, while the artist facilitator guides you.
Produced by the creative team at Old Joint Stock Theatre, this farce tells the tale of mistaken identity, and troubles caused by a mobster and an upper-class twit.
Head to The Plough for a top night of gin and tonics as their experts lead you through cocktails and tastings.
Head to Spotlight in Digbeth for a night of quiz fun as they test your knowledge of Breaking Bad; there will be pizza and G&Ts too.
Award winners, patty wonders and cracking brews. You may wonder why we keep talking about Digbeth Dining Club, but you'll never find out unless you tottle on down for yourself. Trumping street food events the UK over, it's no wonder that Fridays in Birmingham are consistently reserved for this top notch, edible endeavour.
Join party-happy Birmingham Bierkeller as they kick the weekend off in spectacular style. The German pub will be serving two hours of bottomless fizz and pizza every Friday night before staying open until 3am.
Join the Old Joint Stock Pub for a night of three delicious courses on their majestic balcony, as you are entertained by a live music from the grand piano and resident singers.
Your witty host will guide you through the intricacies of six gins in this fun masterclass around the production, history and service of this wonderful spirit. Includes a perfectly made G&T too.
Following on from huge former success, Norman Musa is bringing his delicious supper club back to Birmingham for three dates this November, promising a four course feast of authentic Malaysian eats.
Join PopUp Painting for a night of artistic expression, coupled with a themed playlist, glasses of wine, and loads of good friends.
YouTube sensation Henri Herbert is returning to Birmingham with his new combo, The Fury, bringing the coolest classic piano, punk rock n roll.
The Cherry Red Comedy Club is well known in Birmingham's nightlife circles. The fun-loving team behind this 50-seater club are inviting Ivo Graham (Live at the Apollo), Daniel Simonsen (Russell Howard's Good News) and Katie Mulgrew (BBC Radio 2) onto their stage for a side-splitting night of live stand-up comedy. Hilarious one-liners and knee-slapping anecdotes, what more could you want from a November night out in Birmingham?
Three DJs will battle it out for your music-loving attention with the best in dance, pop, indie, party & power ballads as the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery hosts their silent disco party.