Heidi’s Bar opens on Broad Street & other things to do in Birmingham this weekend

From Scandinavian apres ski bars to legendary gigs, theatre and retro and soul clubbing there’s lots to do in Birmingham this weekend (May 27 to 29)

Heidi’s Bar opening on Friday night

This weekend sees the opening of Heidi’s Bar on Broad Street. It’s an Alpine cottage-themed bar where dancing on the tables is not only allowed but encouraged. The bar is set across two floors, offering 1,100 capacity. It will also be the first of the Scandinavian chain’s venues to serve food. Live music, DJs, karaoke - the bar is not one to miss. Those who want to know more about the opening night should head on over to: Heidi’s Bier Bar

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Pet Shop Boys Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant performing on the main stage during Edinburgh Hogmanay celebrations on December 31, 2013 Pic Jane Barlow

Pet Shop Boys at Resorts World Arena

Pet Shop Boys are playing over at Resorts World Arena this Saturday. The iconic synth-pop duo are in Birmingham as part of their current tour Dreamworld. The performance showcases all of their greatest hits, including such classics as “West End Girls”. The duo have sold over 100 million records worldwide for good reason, so anyone interested in finding out more about the gig can do so by checking out: Resorts World Arena

See Magic Goes Wrong at Nottingham Theatre Royal (Photo credit: Pamela Raith)

Magic Goes Wrong at the Birmingham Hippodrome

A collaboration between magic legends Penn & Teller and Mischief, Magic Goes Wrong will be at the Birmingham Hippodrome this Saturday. The performance sees a hapless group of magicians stage an evening of grand illusion to raise money for charity, only to see things begin to go horribly wrong.

A comedy show which sees dare-devil stunts and jaw-dropping feats of magic, the show is not one to miss - and if you’re interested in finding out more, head on over to: Birmingham Hippodrome

The Night Owl, Birmingham

Weekend at the Night Owl

Busy weekend over at the Night Owl with an eclectic mix of styles. On Friday night from 10pm, Le Freak presents The Get Down features a mix of soul, funk and boogie. Then Saturday between 8pm and 11, the venue hosted The Ska Roots Collective - Old school ska and reggae with a modern soulful twist.

Then from 11pm onwards it’s Dig? - playing groovy music from the 1950s right through to the 1990s, which we have been assured contains plenty of soul. Head over to: the Night Owl Birmingham

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