Catch the final game of the American Football season for the Birmingham Bulls, as they take on Ouse Valley Eagles in the Midlands Football Conference 1. Check out the ‘sport’ section for more sporting events this weekend.
Indie punk band Wood & Nails headline the Sunflower Lounge on Saturday night for their single release show. Fancy something a bit different? Head over to our ‘music, concerts’ section for more gig listings.
Birmingham Caribbean Festival gets underway on Friday and lasts until Sunday, filling Centenary Square with Caribbean food, music and culture.
The Crescent Theatre in Brindleyplace hosts Little Arden Theatre Company’s The Taming of the Shrew on Saturday. Take a look at the Crescent Theatre page on the bestofBirmingham to find out more about the Crescent Theatre.
As always, both the Glee Club and Just the Tonic have comedy nights packed with talent, including Eddie Brimson, who has featured on Absolutely Fabulous and more. You can see who else is performing in thebestofBirmingham’s ‘performing arts’ page.
On Saturday the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists are hosting a free “meet the artists” session, giving you the opportunity to meet some of the artists that are featured in the ‘Discovering Landscape’ exhibition. For more art in Brum, take a look at the ‘shows and exhibitions’ page.
The classic Roald Dahl adaptation, Matilda, will be playing at the mac in Canon Hill Park on Saturday. Introduce your kids to the lovable characters and then perhaps a walk around the park, hunting for Pokemon. Check out all the things for families on the ‘family fun, kids’ page.
Friday sees the launch of The Knowledge Weapon by Annette C. Boehm at Waterstones. Zelda Chappel and Jane Commane will be attending as special guests. For more events like this see our ‘community events’ page.