What's on: 12-14 Feb

It’s Valentine’s Day weekend, stuck on what to do? We’ve got it covered. Here’s our pick of the best shows, gigs and night outs in Birmingham this weekend.

DEADPOOL – From 10th February

The arrival of Marvel’s new blockbuster is coming to Birmingham this weekend. Ryan Reynolds stars as Wade Wilson, who finds himself developing extraordinary regenerative powers after a medical procedure goes wrong. Adopting the badass superhero ‘Deadpool’, he sets out to hunt down the man responsible.

ALL TIME LOW – 13th February

American pop punk band All Time Low will be at the Barclaycard Area, as part of their ‘Back To The Future Hearts’ arena tour. The band have topped the charts with songs “Kids In The Dark” and “Something’s Gotta Give”. Friends ‘Against The Current’ and ‘Good Charlotte’ are supporting. If you fancy rocking, tickets are still available for £34.

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VALENTINE’S BALL – 13th February

The Annual Valentines Ball returns this weekend at the O2 Academy. With two arenas of drum ’n’ bass and jungle and DJ Sly with Trigga, Bassman and Shaydee, it will suit everyone. Get your ticket for £25.

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GLEE CLUB – 12th to 13th February

Steve Williams, Dave Fulton, Craig Hill and Mike Gunn look at the funny side of love in this Valentine’s stand-up special. Take a date or a friend for food, cocktails and tickets for the show for £58.90.

glee.co.uk

SLEEPING BEAUTY AT THE HIPPODROME – 13TH February

After something different? Sir Matthew Bourne’s dazzling production of Sleeping Beauty takes centre stage at Birmingham Hippodrome. The stage will be transformed into a world full of magic, fairies, vampires, love and romance, all bought to life by New Adventures dancers. Tickets still available from £20.

birminghamhippodrome.com

GABRIELLE APLIN – 14th February

Indie singer Gabrielle Aplin will be spending Valentines night at the O2 Institute. The world heard her voice back in 2012 when she topped the charts with song “The Power of Love”. Her second album ‘Light Up the Dark’ is a collection of songs both intimate and expansive. Tickets are £19.

ticketmaster.co.uk 

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