Birmingham Heritage Week & other great things to do in the city

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From murder mystery nights to huge live acts at our arenas, here are the best ways to spend your week in the city.

Birmingham Heritage Week | Across the City | Now – Sunday

Explore Aston Hall as part of Birmingham Heritage Week 2019

Birmingham Heritage Week returned last week, once again bringing a host of fantastic events across the city. If you’re new to Birmingham or even if you’ve been living in and around the city for many years, Birmingham Heritage Week gives you the chance to rediscover some of the cultural highlights of the second city. There’s everything from walks to lettering workshops and even pub quizzes. You can find out more about Birmingham Heritage Week 2019 here.

Russell Howard | Resorts World Arena | Wednesday & Sunday

Russell Howard brings his RESPITE World Tour to Birmingham this week

Funny guy Russell Howard has embarked on his biggest tour yet and if you’re a fan, you won’t want to miss it. Following on from the record-breaking success of his Round the World tour in 2017, Russell’s RESPITE World Tour includes not one, but two dates in Birmingham. He’s performing at Resorts World Arena both Wednesday and Sunday, so if you fancy a laugh, click here to grab the remaining tickets before they go.

Murder Mystery: The Murder of Michael O’Malley | Back to Backs | Friday

Back to Backs Birmingham. Credit: Visit Birmingham

Here’s something a little different, this Friday, Back To Backs is hosting a murder mystery evening in the heart of the city. Located next door to Birmingham Hippodrome, the National Trust venue will provide the backdrop for the untold stories of executions in Birmingham. If you see yourself as a bit of a detective, then you might want to book a spot for The Murder of Michael O’Malley, you’ll be tasked with interrogating suspects, hunting for clues and acting as the lead detectives in the case. Tickets are priced at £22 and booking is essential. Grab your friends and click here to book yours now.

It’s Britney, Brunch | The Lord Clifden | Saturday

Channel your inner Britney at The Lord Clifden

Celebrating one of the absolute queen’s of music, The Lord Clifden is hosting a Britney Spears brunch this Saturday, which includes quizzes, games and plenty of prizes – oh, and bottomless bubbles and live music. So if your loneliness is killing you, book yourself a ticket for this – fancy dress is encouraged, but head shaving is up to you. Click here for more information.

Birmingham’s Craft & Flea Market | 119 Floodgate Street | Saturday

Credit: Birmingham Craft & Flea Market / Facebook

Whether you’re looking for some new accessories to dress up your home or want to pick up some local produce, Birmingham’s Craft & Flea Market returns to Digbeth this week, where a diverse range of market stalls will be stocking a fantastic range of produce. From food and drink to art and everything in between, it’s really worth a look if you want to spruce up your space while supporting local designers. More info can be found here.

Khalid | Resorts World Arena | Saturday

Khalid brings his Free Spirt World Tour to Birmingham on Saturday

At just 21, singer-songwriter Khalid has become one of the most successful emerging male solo artists to come out of America since he released his debut album, American Teen in 2017. With nine awards under his belt, including a MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist, he’s heading to Birmingham this Saturday as part of his Free Spirit World Tour. Best known for his hit singles including Talk, Better and Right Back, tickets for Khalid’s Birmingham date are still up for grabs now. Click here to book yours.

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