Top things to do in Birmingham this week

Want to power-through your first full week back to work? Or maybe you want to begin 2020 with some fantastic events. Here are the best things to see, do and discover across Birmingham this week.

Stormzy album signing | HMV Vault | Wednesday

Stormzy will be meeting fans at the HMV Vault this Wednesday

After a successful 2019 of topping the charts and headlining Glastonbury, award-winning solo artist Stormzy is heading to Birmingham for a signing session at HMV Vault. The Crown singer, who is set to perform at Arena Birmingham this September, will be signing copies of his latest album, Heavy Is The Head from 6pm. Click here for more information.

Digbeth Dining Club | Lower Trinity Street | Friday & Saturday

Credit: Digbeth Dining Club / Facebook

The mighty Digbeth Dining Club is back, with a host of incredible vendors ready and waiting to serve you some of the best streetfood in the city that you won’t find anywhere else. This week’s vendors include Only Jerkin’, Flying Cows and Urban Cheesecake. Entry is free until the official relaunch on Thursday, January 23.

Solve Along Murder She Wrote | Mama Roux’s | Friday

Murder, She Wrote

This Friday, head to Mama Roux’s and engage in an interactive screening of Murder, She Wrote. Hosted by super-fan Tim Benzie, the evening will include a screening of The Corpse Flew First Class, where it will be a race for you to solve the crime. Plus, it’ll feature a host of games, prizes and audience participation. Click here to book tickets.

Sing-a-long Bohemian Rhapsody | The Alexandra | Sunday

Bohemian Rhapsody. Credit: Alex Bailey / Twentieth Century Fox

A sing-a-long version of Bohemian Rhapsody is happening at The Alexandra on Sunday. Ahead of the interactive screening, the host will help you warm up your vocal chords as you prepare to unleash your inner Freddie Mercury. You’ll also pick up some key dance moves that will leave you feeling like the champions of the world. Click here to get tickets now.

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