Welcome to the night!
Whether it’s a cosy pub or one of the city’s many clubs, there’s plenty to do after dark.
This fun-loving Birmingham venue has the staff, knowledge, and equipment to take your nights to new highs and to satisfy your cravings, be they for heavy metal, grunge, indie or good old fashioned rock and roll.
Bambu has an air of stylish elegance allowing its party-goers the choice of kicking back to relax and enjoy the atmosphere through its viewing areas and private booths or throwing some serious shapes on the ample sized dance floor.
Welcoming audiences averaging around 500,000 each year, Birmingham Hippodrome can lay claim to the highest regular annual attendance of any single theatre in the UK. The theatre hosts a wide range of events.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
The Rep is one of the leading producing theatres situated in Centenary Square. The staff build and produce an average of 20 productions each year, ranging from small scale development work to full-scale musical productions.
Broadway Casino is Birmingham’s leading independent casino. As well as the fantastic gaming floor and housing one of the leading poker rooms in the UK, the casino also has a stylish bar and lounge area for guests to enjoy.
Gatecrasher is a huge nightclub that delivers a stunning night out every weekend. It brings you four rooms of up front music, nine bars and four different music styles. The club is host to a range of different nights.
Genting International Casino
Genting International Casino is where style and sophistication meet superior gaming knowledge and exceptional customer service. A truly impressive gaming floor is home to 31 tables, so you can play a variety of casino favourites.
Hare & Hounds
From UB40s first ever gig in 1979 to establishing itself as one of the top small music venues in Birmingham, the Hare & Hounds has played a crucial part in nurturing the city’s vibrant music and creative community.
With the freshest music and DJs, Individual Bar holds some of the most popular club and student nights across the city – you really don’t have an excuse to miss it. It’s situated in the Arcadian in the Chinese Quarter.
Island Bar are passionate about their drinks, the bar has a comprehensive spirit and liqueur collection. Many of the cocktails are their own creations, several have won awards. Island Bar also provide cocktail masterclasses.
With each night of the week offering something different, evenings at Missoula can bring anything from relaxation by candlelight to live music and DJs. Missoula is one of the areas most popular bars.
Mooch Bar is a stylish, unique venue, with glam décor, ultra-cool LED lighting and superb sound system. For a great experience any day of the week, grab some expertly mixed cocktails and take advantage of the fantastic offers…
The O2 Institute is a live music and club venue. It has three main areas, the 600 capacity Library area, the 1,500 capacity Institute area, the top floor venue The Temple which will take 300 people, and a separate VIP area.
A contemporary wine and ale house, serving a wide selection of traditional food and delightful cocktails. Set in classic surroundings, Pennyblacks strives to exude an historical atmosphere, ensuring customers a great time.
Playing all the best pop from the past and hits of today, Popworld, in the city centre, is a brilliant way to top off a fun-filled evening. The bar and late night dance club has a range of drinks offers and cocktail classes.
RoguePlay Theatre is Birmingham’s highly physical theatre company, producing work atonally and internationally, their work captures stories through aerial circus, acrobatic, petty and dance.
The Bartons Arms
The stunning design of The Bartons Arms remains one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture and one of the most beautiful pub interiors in the country. For more than 100 years this public house has stood on the site.
The Blue Orange Theatre
The Blue Orange Theatre is an independent theatre situated in the Jewellery Quarter. The theatre hosts an exciting programme of events and a range of classes and workshops for adults and youths.
The Eden Bar
One of the most popular and well established bars on the gay scene. Open from 2pm every day of the week Eden is the perfect place for a relaxing afternoon drink, game of pool or just chilling out in the fantastic outdoor area.
The Electric Cinema
The Electric Cinema is the oldest working cinema in the UK, it has been through many name changes and was mostly rebuilt in the 1930s. The cinema has two digital screens and show a mixture of the latest quality films.
An independent live music venue and canalside pub, it is known as a mecca for mods and rockers throughout the city. The upstairs is a rustic and has a lengthy bar with pool tables and downstairs is an intimate and lively venue.
The Fox is Birmingham’s premier lesbian bar located in the heart of the gay village. The Fox remains a true gay bar catering mainly for the girls and their friends, however everybody is welcome for a great night out.
The Glee Club
Once you have been to The Glee Club, you will wonder why it took you so long! Nestled in the hear of the Chinese Quarter, Glee Club is a legendary comedy club and live music venue. A gem in the city’s night life for over two decades.
The Jam House
The Jam House is your one stop destination for food, drink, and live music! Dusky purple lights cast romantic shadows on the walls of this funky, jazz-centric venue near to Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter.
The Jekyll & Hyde
The Jekyll & Hyde is possibly one of the most unique and quirkiest bars in Birmingham. Offering a wide range of drinks, from the classics to a cocktail menu of inventive concoctions, including retro sweetie jars and sharing cocktails.
The Loft Lounge
Sexy, stylish and chic… The Loft Lounge is an ideal place to spend time with friends, indulge in corporate affairs or celebrate an occasion; morning, noon or night! their passion is real personalised customer service.
The Lord Clifden
The Lord Clifden is a true free house with a difference, it is highlighted in both the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and the Good Pub Guide. The pub is known for their collection of urban street art and prides itself on quality produce.
The Nightingale Club
The Nightingale Club is Birmingham’s gay superclub set over three floors and with a capacity for over 2000 people. The main arena has one of the biggest outdoor spaces, with a bar in the whole of the city.
The O Bar
The O Bar is Birmingham’s premium cocktail and late night bar, with amazing drink offers every night of the week. With two eclectic rooms to suit any mood, The O Bar near Brindleyplace has plenty to offer.
The Old Joint Stock
The Old Joint Stock is a pub and theatre venue, the programme of shows is always busy and features everything from new writing to musical theatre to improv comedy and more! You won’t be disappointed when you visit.
There is a huge reclaimed wooden bar at the heart of The Physician, which overlooks a large wooden floored room, perfect to house the hustle and bustle of drinkers in front of the open fire on a cosy winter evening.
The Red Lion
The Red Lion is a traditional pub, rich in both local heritage and modern art. Inside this establishment you’ll find the UAB art gallery, where you will find the walls decked out in some of the finest street art in the UK.
The Rose Villa Tavern
The Rose Villa Tavern is a cocktail diner that serves handcrafted cocktails, cask ales, beers and wines. The menu offers authentic American style diner food that includes hot dogs, burgers, chilli, nachos and much more!
The Sunflower Lounge
Sunflower Lounge is an independent live music venue and restaurant dedicated to thrilling your taste buds with mouth-watering soul food and serenading you with some of the best local live music around.
The Tunnel Club
A warehouse delight tucked under Brum’s railway arches, The Tunnel Club is an underground club with just the right relaxed atmosphere. Tunnel boasts 7 rooms worth of music laden with young, laid back party goers.
The Village Inn
The Village Inn is one of the longest established and most popular bars located in the heart of Birmingham’s Gay Quarter. The Village Inn transforms itself into the leading live cabaret entertainment venues each night.
A specialist real ale pub, situated in the city centre. The Wellington has 16 hand-pulls with the regular beers being Wye Valley H.P.A., Purity Mad Goose, Oakham Citra and Black Country Ales B.F.G and Pig on the Wall.
Experience the awesome spirit of Australia at Walkabout. From the best seats on the high street for sport to the ultimate party venue, a chilled out place for mates to meet up or get stuck into the famous party nights.