You won’t want to miss these events in Birmingham this weekend

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With comedies, musicals, festivals and more there’s little chance of a boring weekend in Birmingham.

Iain Stirling: U OK Hun? X
Birmingham Repertory Theatre – Friday 7 September

Iain Stirling – the famous voice of Love Island, is coming to Birmingham for his first ever stand-up comedy tour this weekend. Guests can indulge in a comedy menu before they watch a show that is guaranteed to be filled with laughter! To find out more, click here 

The Gin and Rum Festival
Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham – Friday 7 September

Fancy a boozy day out? Kickstart your weekend at the Gin and Rum Festival and sample over 60 different types of gin and rum at one of seven themed bars. Then, sit in on a masterclass hosted by some of the best gin and rum producers. End the day by sinking your teeth into some street food whilst you watch the live entertainment. To find out more, click here

Birmingham Viva! Vegan Festival
Hockley Circus, Birmingham – Saturday 8 September

Whether you’re vegan or just curious, there’ll be 120 stalls to explore at Viva! Vegan Festival this weekend, selling the likes of vegan burgers, cosmetics and more. If you’re looking to learn more about the vegan lifestyle then you’ll be able to sit in on informative talks, watch cookery demonstrations and access free nutritional advice. To find out more, click here.

Music & Physical Disability: From Instrument to Performance
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire – Sept 7 – Sept 8

This weekend, the OHMI (One Handed Musical Instrument) Trust are holding a musical extravaganza to raise awareness for disabled musicians and ignite further developments so more physically disabled people can play musical instruments. To find out more, click here

Couples ‘Ghost’ Pottery Scene
Tribe Creations Pottery, Birmingham – Saturday 8 September

Remember the iconic pottery scene in the movie ‘Ghost’? Well, Tribe Creations Pottery is giving you the opportunity to re-create the scene with your partner and make a clay masterpiece of your own. This could be a romantic experience or just a bit of fun, nevertheless it’s sure to be an experience you won’t forget and you’ll finish the day with your very own clay creation. To find out more, click here

Matilda The Musical
Birmingham Hippodrome – Sept 3 – Sept 8

Looking for an excuse to bring the whole family together? Then this is it, as Matilda the Musical has hit Birmingham, and this is the last weekend you’ll be able to catch it! Roald Dahl’s classic story has been transformed into an award-winning musical that’s bound to entertain the whole family. To find out more, click here

Kings Heath Street Festival Birmingham
Kings Heath, Birmingham – Sunday 9 September

Kings Heath Street Festival is back for another year to celebrate the local community with live music and various food stands ranging from award-winning Chinese or Caribbean cuisine to plant-based fish and chips. There’s something for the whole family at this free event. To find out more, click here

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