Not sure what to do this week? Here’s a collection of diverse and exciting events going on in Birmingham this week.
However you want to spend your weekend, there’s something for everyone to enjoy – don’t miss out!
Gusto Brunch Launch Event
Sunday 8 April
To celebrate the launch of the new brunch menu, Gusto will be hosting a free event with morning tipples, nibbles and cupcakes. Expect a laidback morning of complimentary mimosas, bucks fizz and brunch bites – what’s not to love? To find out more, click here.
Wicked | Birmingham Hippodrome
Wednesday 4 April – Sunday 29 April
The award-winning show Wicked is coming to Birmingham Hippodrome this April! The musical reimagines the two witches from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and is critically acclaimed as one of the best Broadway experiences for theatre audiences. Tickets start from £28 and vary depending upon your choice of seat. To make your visit even more special, you can book a pre-show meal in the Circle Restaurant. To book, click here.
Salsa Showcase | Revolución de Cuba
Friday 6 April
The brand new Cuban restaurant on Temple Row has landed in the city centre with a bang! Whether you’re going along for food or drink, Revolución de Cuba invite you to enjoy tapas, burritos, burgers or plenty of cocktails in the company of a live salsa band.
Comedy Carousel | Glee Club, The Arcadian Centre
Thursday 5 April
Happening every Thursday, Comedy Carousel is an 18+ event full of stand-up comedians putting on an entertaining show at the Glee Club. Comedians for this night include Andy Robinson, Jenny Collier, and Paul McCaffrey. Using the news for content, this show is fast-paced and full of laughs. Entry tickets cost £11.50, but this price is lowered to £6:00 for students. Doors open at 7pm, with final admittance at 7:30pm, and the show beginning at 8pm. To book tickets for this event, visit here.
Murder Mystery Evening | Best Western Plough and Harrow Hotel
Friday 6 April
For a more unusual night, head to the Murder Mystery Evening at The Plough & Harrow where there’ll be multiple murders and subsequent clues. Arriving at the venue for 7 pm and lasting until 10:30 pm, you’ll also a full three-course meal for £42 per person. The themes for the murder mystery nights change, so you can go back as many times as you like to test out your detective skills. To find out more and book your place, visit here.
Walk the Moon | O2 Institute Birmingham
Saturday 7 April
Best known for their track Shut Up and Dance with Me American rock band Walk the Moon are coming to Birmingham. Not to mention, they’re being supported by the American rock band Flor whilst on their tour. Tickets are priced at £21.00 per ticket, and the concert kicks off at 7pm. Get your tickets here.
Macklemore | O2 Academy Birmingham
Sunday 8 April
American rapper Macklemore is in Birmingham to promote his new album Gemini this Sunday, performing some of his biggest hits from Thrift Shop to Can’t Hold Us. Tickets are still available from £45, so it’s not too late to grab yourself a ticket. To find out more, click here.