What’s on in Birmingham this weekend?

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From festivals to whisky tasting, here are four ways you can spend your weekend in Birmingham.

Moseley Folk Festival

Moseley Park, Birmingham – Aug 31 – Sept 2

Looking to spend some quality family time together this weekend? Moseley Folk Festival is back for its 13th year to help you do just that. With a mix of traditional, contemporary experimental and acoustic music by unsigned artists as well as established international artists, there’s something for everyone. Alongside music, the festival is also full of fun activities such as interactive story telling, carving sessions and slackling. To find out more, click here

Whisky Women Tasting Event

The Birmingham Whisky Club – Saturday 1 September

Fancy a night away from the cocktails but want to spend the evening with friends? The ever so popular women-only whisky tasting has returned bringing women together to enjoy the world of whisky. The event will include tasting six different whiskies from around the world which will give you a chance to ask any questions and learn more about the drink. To find out more, click here

The Great Game Treasure Hunt

Birmingham New Street Station – Various dates from 29 August

One of the UK’s leading treasure hunt designers has come to Birmingham to bring you something a little bit different to do this weekend. This treasure hunt has been designed to help you see the sights of Birmingham as you solve clues, riddles and puzzles to find the treasure – the pub. Once you’ve found the ‘treasure’,  sit and relax as you enjoy 20% off your food and drinks bill. Enjoy a fun day out and get discounted food, what more could you want? To find out more, click here

Alfresco Theatre Performance

King Edwards School Cricket Pavilion – Sunday 2 September

This weekend, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice is hosting an outdoor performance of Sense and Sensibility to help raise vital funds for the local hospice. This event will provide a magical evening of theatre and a picnic under the stars, all for a great cause. Spectators will be able to enjoy a luxury picnic hamper, prosecco, wine and other drinks and all funds raised will go to Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice which helps to provide support to local people living with life-limiting illnesses. To find out more, click here


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