What’s On In Birmingham This Weekend
7th July 2016
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Looking for something to do in Birmingham this weekend? A day out with kids, a bit of live music or perhaps a play? Whatever you’re after we’ve got you covered. Check out the guide below to see what’s on!

Live Music

Fancy discovering a new band or just listening to some new music? We recommend Robert Craig Oulton live at the Victoria on Friday night. Find a gig to suit your tastes and check out the bestof’s music & concerts page.

Theatre

Head down to Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens for some outside theatre as the Crescent Theatre Summer Tour continues with Around The World In 80 Days. If the weather isn’t up to scratch, you can still catch one of the number of indoor plays being shown, see what else is being shown on our performing arts page.

Grub and Pub

Fancy more of a chilled night with some good Thai food? We’ve got the perfect place! The Bartons Arms a perfect mix of Thai food and real ale, situated in Lozells/Aston follow in the footsteps of Ozzy Osbourne and have a pint at The Bartons Arms.

Comedy

As always, there are some excellent comedians on show at Just the Tonic Comedy Club, including Addy Borgh who features on both Friday and Saturday as well as a mystery celebrity guest. Check out more comedy gigs on our performing arts page.

Sport

It’s cricket season and Edgbaston plays host to England vs Pakistan this week. You can catch Day 3 on Friday, Day 4 on Saturday and Day 5 on Sunday. If that doesn’t take your fancy, view future sporting events in Birmingham on our sports page.

Festivals

The annual Colmore Food Fesitval returns to Victoria Square on Friday and continues on the Saturday. If you’re not hungry, have a look at what other festivals are on our festivals, fairs, parades page.

Culture

Fancy stroking your chin whilst admiring some nice art? Then head on down to Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery for the Abbeyfield’s Golden Gallery. See what else is on by going to our shows and exhibitions page.

For The Kids

ON THE EDGE festival continues this weekend, ending on Saturday, featuring theatre for children, workshops and more. Check out more events for the kids in Birmingham by visiting our family fun, kids page.

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