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Birmingham Travel Guide

Birmingham Nightlife

Birmingham's nightlife is very diverse and vibrant, and always has something to offer for everyone, from interesting theatre productions to see to attending a comedy clubs, from lively refurbished pubs and bars to live music clubs.

Birmingham city centre homes a mix of bars and clubs for all tastes, the James Brindley is very popular. Also nearby are the Glassworks and the Flapper and Firkin and the Malt House is well situated near the National Indoor Arena. The lively Broad Street is packed with bars, restaurants, cinema screens and clubs. Brindleyplace offers a host of Cafes, bars and restaurants overlooking the scenic canal. The Arcadian Centre on Hurst Street is another fashionable location with both a Chinese and Irish Quarter. The Mailbox, Star City and Broad St all add to the menu of Birmingham nightlife entertainment served up by a city that never sleeps.

For culture lovers there are cinemas showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters through to cult classics or foreign language films, theatres that feature the finest actors and directors from all around the globe, and museums and galleries with art and exhibits to die for.

Dance clubs and live music shows are among the most popular entertainments, wide range of clubs and venues across the city centre features everything from rock and pop to classical and world music. Ronnie Scott's is a popular venue where enjoy the best in Jazz; Bakers or Branstons are great for Dance Music and for discotheque there's Bobby Browns. Bushwackers is a live music club and has a DJ playing a wide range of tunes. Club Hidden is a fun and funky exclusive club that plays a wide range of dance, R'n'B and hip-hop music. Club Demon is a major adult venue in the city offering entertainment just for adult people.

Clubs in Birmingham

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