Keeping things cool, quirky and Covid-safe this New Year's Eve in Birmingham? We're here to prove that staying in need be a bore no more as these excellent ideas, events and deliverable antics are bringing the bash to you.
Quirky New Year's Eve Events in Birmingham
New Year's Eve, new you? After a year spent in sweats it's time to get yourself back in your nice jeans (or just fancier sweats) and welcome in 2022 properly. Whether you're in the mood for a burlesque ball or an immersive online escape room, we've got the lowdown on the coolest and quirkiest events in town this 31st December.
An epic new immersive online event from the Alcotraz team, this cool cinematic experience is putting you in the hot-seat as you try to hide your prison hooch and keep you identity secret from the nefarious guards.
Whether you're throwing a chic cocktail party for your housemates or enjoy a decadent dinner with the other half, these great UK and Birmingham alcohol deliveries have something for every event and occasion.
A unique Birmingham New Year's Eve event, The Great Game Treasure Hunt is getting you out and about on a fun trip around the city. Learn about the history of your hometown with help from clues and puzzles, before finishing at a great local pub with 20% off your bill.
One of the quirkiest online events in Birmingham this New Year's Eve, this unique offering is relocating your classic train murder to the London Underground where you'll be tasked with sussing out who murdered a prominent millionaire.
A certain someone needs a helping hand to deliver all their presents by Christmas morning and they're calling on you for aid. Log on and get involved with this completely free online escape room, which takes just 30 minutes to complete.
The perfect idea for a New Year's Eve spent at home, Moriarty's Game: A Killer In The Hive will see you urtisiling the best in modern tech and CCTV to solve a dastardly crime, bringing one of the UK's most dangerous criminal masterminds to justice.
Splash out on something a little different this New Year's Eve in Birmingham as loads of the city's restaurants are turning their polished plates into ready-to-cook bundles. From burgers and ramen to Michelin-approved mains, there's a kit for every kind of night.