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Lab 11 touts itself as Birmingham's "most unique warehouse venue." This warehouse venue is host to some of the city's most popular club and theme nights, along with a variety of other cultural and arts events. The huge open space and amazing LED lighting provides the perfect surroundings for dancing until you drop - and when you feel like you're about to, head for a breather on the outdoor terrace. With a capacity of around 1000 revellers, you can be sure that any event at Lab 11 will be full of good music and energy.
Indibar might be one of Birmingham's smaller nightclubs, but the good times are just as abundant! There's plenty of space on the dance floor to get down to the House and R&B flowing from the DJ booth. Every night of the week brings something different, with various themes, drink specials and different DJs. They also have a good selection of food earlier in the day.
The Oobleck is tucked away in The Custard Factory and sports a quaint warehouse look. This performance venue is the hot-spot for touring bands and local musicians. Get a dose of live music throughout the week that includes new age as well as classics.
The Nightingale Club is Birmingham's oldest gay nightclub, opening for the first time as a private members-only club in 1969. Since then, although they've moved a few times and lost the clandestine quality, "The Gale" is just as popular as ever in Birmingham's nightlife scene. Three floors, a stage, multiple bars, dance floors, balcony and more ensure that there is always a party going on at the Nightingale. The club hosts many different theme nights and parties too. If you're looking for a lively night out, make sure to include The Nightingale Club in your rotation.
Formerly known as The Sanctuary and the Digbeth Institute, O2 Institute Birmingham was once a grand Methodist chapel which opened for the first time in 1908. Over the years, it evolved into a cultural hub, until finally shutting down in 2008. A million pound revitalization program and take over by MAMA & Co. led to its re-opening in the fall of 2010. Despite refurbishment, this building restores its ornate facade and commitment to great music. With three venues and a capacity of 2,900, it hosts some of the best concerts and live entertainment in town.
Well-known as a music venue, the Hare & Hounds regularly plays host to bands of various styles in the upstairs room. Although no food is available, there is a wide selection of wines and spirits and a choice of lagers. Kings Heath is becoming more and more popular with young people, and as a consequence more and more new and brash bars are opening. However, this spot is refreshingly traditional and the locals are friendly.