Halloween Events in Birmingham 2021
Ghosts, ghouls, girls and guys, are you ready for spine-tingling and body-trembling Halloween parties in Birmingham? From fancy dress bashes and thrilling goings-on to fun group activities with a spooky twist, now is the perfect time to get decked out in your scariest attire and head out to these frightfully good Halloween events. Check out our recommendations, and prepare to scare this 31st October.
Prepare for an adventure through the looking glass this October, as Trapped in Wonderland returns with a deranged experience. Taking over Bambu, they've got welcome cocktails, themed decorations, quirky characters live DJs, VIP tables and a makeup station so you can show off your best looks.
A spooky special from the Old Joint Stock, this unique theatre show is a must for culture vultures looking for creepy things to do in Birmingham on Halloween. Join your host The Librarian for a tale of wicked wishes and some hellish consequences.
Want your Halloween to be the stuff of nightmares? Well, that is the idea. What's The Motive are ready to scare you silly with the most nightmarish hip hop parties at venues across Birmingham. So get all dressed up and head out to try all their haunted potions and candies, before dancing the night away.
Starting off with a themed cocktail reception, Rum Rum Bar's Trick or Treat Halloween party is set to be one of the spookiest parties of the year. There'll be fire shows, glamorous dancers, DJs and live musicians, as well as tarot readers and prizes for best costume.
Dia de los Muertos is heading to Luna Springs this Halloween with a bottomless brunch. At Day of the Dead, you can enjoy juicy burgers and beer, while listening to your favourite disco hits. Expect spooky performances and dancing afterwards.
Always a safe bet for a great night out, Dirty Martini is an excellent spot to seek out if you're looking for a fun Halloween party in Birmingham. They'll be shaking up their usual cocktail collection with some spooky special editions for the season.
Back once again for a spine-tingling edition of their Brunch Social, Flight Club is going full-on fangtastic this Halloween. That means a devilish cocktail on arrival, a bottle of prosecco per person and bottomless pizza thrown in too.
Always one of the best Halloween parties in the country, Festival of the Dead is back on the road and returning to Birmingham on the 30th October. Taking over the Forum, this immersive show is bringing you jaw-dropping performances and epic live acts you won't want to miss.
One of the highlights of the Halloween weekend, The Mill is bringing you a whole host of late night parties and DJ talents to make sure you're celebrating the spookiest season in style. Head down to Digbeth for fun and frighteningly good tunes.
Jungle icon Congo Natty is town for the Halloween weekend and the original Rebel MC will be taking to the Tunnel Club for an epic evening. On top of the mammoth soundsystem and superstar headliner, the venue will be fronting a Purge theme throughout the night, so get those day-glo masks ready.