Birmingham is a gem in the Midlands clubbing scene, with a reputation for being one of the top destinations for a night out with plenty ofbars,bar crawlsand clubs to choose from. From top superclubs to warehouse clubs, you’ll find a huge choice of venues to dance the night away. You’ll find plenty onBroad Street- the popular party strip, but there are also unique and quirky clubs scattered throughout the city. To find out more about Birmingham seeThe Highlights.
Pryzm Nightclub - Birmingham
This stylish and innovative superclub is Birmingham’s biggest player on the clubbing scene. Located on lively Broad Street, it’s the heart of the city’s nightlife. Three floors, four cutting-edge club rooms and a luxury VIP lounge definitely make it a memorable experience. It hosts the biggest DJs and acts, with state-of-the-art sound and visuals.
Rosie's Bar - Birmingham
This fun superclub on Broad Street spans across two floors, with five uniquely themed rooms. The Montana Bar serves signature Martini and Mojito cocktails, with a beer garden and street food menu. Dao is an Asian-inspired cocktail bar, and the Retro room has neon paint and plays the biggest pop hits. The Vaults offer the best in R&B, while Rosie’s Laundry is a speakeasy-style bar in the form of a laundromat.
The Night Owl
This Northern Soul and Motown club is set in a unique location in Digbeth, Birmingham’s creative quarter. The decor puts a modern spin on classic vintage style, with a wooden sprung dance floor, perfect for Northern Soul dance moves. Put on your flared trousers and listen to the DJs spin real vinyl records, or listen to some electric live music, for a true trip back to the 70s.
Popworld - Birmingham
At the heart of Birmingham's entertainment district, the popular after-dark venue offers a retro party atmosphere with quirky décor, extensive cocktail menu and a varied playlist.
This quirky warehouse club and late night hangout spot is built beneath Digbeth’s railway arches. It’s a one-room bar and event space with industrial decor, exposed brickwork, chesterfield sofas and vintage lamps. It’s also home to Birmingham’s popular street food venue: Digbeth Dining Club, and neighbour to Next Door, a cool underground club space.
This popular alternative club is in Birmingham city centre and has been on the scene since 1972. That’s not to say its out-dated, with its sci-fi interior and chrome details inspired by Doctor Who’s Tardis. The DJs play the best in indie, rock ‘n’ roll, alternative pop and retro jams, with regular club nights and guest takeovers.
This American-style sports bar on Broad Street is everything at once: late bar, sports bar, kitchen and club. Arranged across two floors, there are three rooms, each with its own personality and electric atmosphere. Every night is a party here with the best selection of DJs, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, dance floors and luxury VIP booths.
This warehouse club is tucked beneath the railway arches on the edge of the Jewellery Quarter. There’s seven rooms worth of music, with everything from 90’s hits to heavy bassline beats. It features a complex sound system, fun lighting effects and has a laid-back atmosphere, perfect for underground parties.