Monday Nights in Birmingham
Whilst Monday may be considered the start of a long old boring working week for some, it's the start of the party in Birmingham. Some may stay relatively quiet on a Monday, get yourself to these great bars in Birmingham and you'll still be shimmying your way to a dancefloor at the beginning of the week. Check out our recommendations for a tip top place to visit on a Monday night in Birmingham and great places to shake off those working week blues.
Last updated on 27th March 2017
Mondays got a whole lot more fun at The Lobby On The Hill as the venue puts on its cocktail masterclasses. The bar staff let you in on their secrets as they teach you how to whip up your favourite tipples and thrown in a good side of fun and games as well.
The start of the week should be tame no longer as The Jekyll and Hyde brings the madness this Monday! Their drinks are wacky, their courtyard is Alice In Wonderland themed and upstairs they’ve got a sophisticated Victorian Gin Parlour – you literally can’t find something to love here. And if you’re feeling peckish, they’ll be sure to serve you up something delicious from their kitchen.
Just because it’s Monday, doesn’t mean you skimp on the quality. The Button Factory is a pretty, historical venue with New York stylings, serving up the best British dishes from their Robata grill. If that’s not getting your mouth watering, get yourself onto the sun-trap balcony with one of their fantastic cocktails.
Your Monday nights in Birmingham just got more fun as Popworld presents Hanky Panky. This big student night is bringing discounted drinks, all the giveaways you want and – the best bit – a free bouncy castle!
Don’t worry, your Monday nights have been sorted: 6 On Broad Street is bringing a night of bouncy castles and a tonne of different music. Whether you like RnB, party, chart or indie, they’ll play something for you, meanwhile you can tuck into their discounted drinks, free t-shirts and have a go on their free bouncy castle.
Free events and great DJ nights can sometimes seem hard to come by, but that's no problem at The Bull's Head in Moseley. Ready to swathe you in an almighty (and strictly vinyl) back catalogue of reggae, dubstep and roots music, Jam Jah Sounds is one of the longest running and most popular reggae nights in town.