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Nightlife in the City Centre
 

Pubs and Clubs

Arcadian Centre

Brindleyplace

Broad Street

Mailbox

Gay Birmingham


Pubs and Clubs

There is a huge selection of great pubs and clubs throughout the city centre. The Visit Birmingham website features lists of bars and restaurants.


Arcadian Centre

Hurst Street
Website: www.thearcadian.co.uk

Offers numerous bars, restaurants, shops and a cinema.


Brindleyplace

Brindleyplace -  Birmingham Picture Library

Brindleyplace is an exciting leisure and business district situated within the city's rejuvenated canal network, featuring many bars, restaurants, shops and much more.

View our Brindleyplace photo gallery, for pictures of Brindleyplace, old and new, or take a look at the Brindleyplace website.


Broad Street

For many, Broad Street is the centre of Birmingham's nightlife. It is particularly popular with young people in the city, due to its vast selection of contemporary pubs, bars and nightclubs.


Mailbox

Mailbox -  Birmingham Picture Library

Wharfside Street
Website: www.mailboxlife.com

Birmingham's former Royal Mail sorting office, now transformed into an exciting mixed use development, which includes designer shops and two new hotels. The upper levels provide office and residential accommodation, bars and restaurants.


Gay Birmingham

Birmingham is a centre for excellent gay pubs and clubs, with much of its gay nightlife centred around the Hurst Street Gay Village.

The city also holds an annual gay pride festival in May.


 
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