Sunday Nights in Birmingham
Whilst some people may consider Sunday nights the time to simmer down and take stock of a tough working week and busy weekend, that's not the same feeling amongst everyone. From charming pub quizzes in Birmingham to raucous nights out at an R&B DJ evening in Birmingham City Centre, there are plenty of great places to be other than your living room. Check out our recommendations for great places to go on a Sunday night out in Birmingham, and who knows, could Sunday be the new Friday?
Last updated on 23rd September 2016
With a mission statement to offer ALL of Birmingham's party-mad crowds a great cocktail bar and club space, the team at Island Bar doff their caps to all those people who are forced to work while their mates hit the town; doctors, nurses, firefighters, bartenders, bouncers and so on. Don't miss out on a huge night out, grab a cocktail, and let the wonder and character of the Island Bar intoxicate you on a Sunday night in Birmingham.
With a fun-loving 2-4-1 deal of great cocktails and even a wild 25% off bottles of Champagne, Mooch in Birmingham offers the city's party-mad populace a great way to combat those Sunday night blues. With resident DJ playing all the best Hip Hop, RnB, Old Skool garage and Motown hits, visitors can dance long into the wee hours of Monday morning at this fun-loving Sunday night.
Devoting Sunday nights to those who work in the service industry is The Lord Clifden Pub in the Jewellery Quarter. Kicking off at 5pm, SIN Sundays showcases the best in underground and house music talent. Dedicated to service industry workers, let your hair down at The Lord Clifden at this alternative Sunday night in Birmingham.
Always kicking and shimmying, Revolution Bar in Birmingham never looks at the calendar, instead opting to throw a huge club night every day of the week. Head down on a Sunday, grab a brightly coloured, delicious cocktail and shake-on down to the dancefloor, where the line-up of resident DJs will be playing all the best Hip Hop, RnB and Dance tracks long into the early hours. There are few better ways to forget those Sunday Night blues.
Known for their rowdy spirits, party antics and rollicksome DJ nights, Indi Bar suit Sunday nights in Birmingham like a dream. Spinning a cracking selection of commercial, R&B and party friendly House hits, Sugar Sundays are about dolling up and getting down in one of the city's most spirited late night venues.
Boasting a 'dress to impress' code, it's clear to see that Bambu aren't content to end their weekends on a Saturday night. Teaming with Birmingham's young and fun looking to get a hearty dose of this bar's slick oriental vibes and plush velvet booths, Sin Sundays promise club classics, house hits and more for a night of Sunday night skiving.
Pop your pants on over your tights and fly on over to Chic bar in Birmingham for Super Sundays. An eclectic mix of music with everything from house, bassline and garage making the playlist. If your budget is falling short but you're just not ready for the weekend to finish, Sugar Sundays costs just £3 before 8pm and £5 thereafter, bank manager friendly we say!
Live music doesn't end in Birmingham, ever really. With many thanks owed to cool city centre pub cum music venue The Flapper. Their Sunday Sessions are host to nearly three hours worth of local talent as musicians take their wooden sound makers to the stage to soothe local punters on a Sunday night in the city.