Top things to do in the city this weekend!

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From the return of Digbeth Dining Club to live comedy shows – here’s what’s on in the city this week.

Cinderella | Birmingham Hippodrome | Now – Sunday 28 January

Simon Hadley

It’s your last chance to catch Birmingham Hippodrome’s spectacular Cinderella. Starring Beverley Knight, Suzanne Shaw, Danny Mac and Matt Slack, Qdos Entertainment have once again pulled out all the stops to bring one of the best pantomimes ever to the city, packed with plenty of slapstick comedy and incredible stage production! Don’t believe us? Check out our review here!

Unlimited Pancakes + Breakfast at Tiffany’s | Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen | Sunday 28 January

Join Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen for a Sunday filled with bottomless pancakes accompanied with all your favourite toppings, plus all of the tea, coffee and juice you can drink. And once your belly’s full, take your seat for a screening of the 1961 classic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. And if you don’t fancy breakfast, there is the option to purchase film-only tickets. What better way to end your weekend? Click here to find out more!

Digbeth Dining Club’s 2018 Relaunch Weekend | Spotlight | Thursday 24 – Saturday 26 January

Following their winter break, the mighty Digbeth Dining Club is relaunching for 2018.  Based in the heart of Digbeth, the multi-award winning street food event is now being extended across the space of three days, bringing some of the most popular vendors to Spotlight. Launching this Thursday at Cafe Colette, the brand new French-themed 1920’s bar, DDC 2018 kicks off with a month-long residency with Baked in Brick. Other traders across the weekend include Low N Slow, Bournville Waffle Company, Handmade Pizza Co. and more! Click here to find out more!

Ed Byrne: Spoiler Alert | Town Hall | Saturday January 27

A familiar face on popular comedy panel show, Mock the Week, Ed Byrne brings his Spoiler Alert tour to Town Hall this weekend. Praised by the likes of The Sunday Times and critics across the board, Ed’s well-known for his stand-up work which saw him take Spoiler Alert to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year. Get your tickets here!

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