5 things coming up next week!

Wherever you go there are waves of posters, flyers and billboards boasting what’s in store for you over the next few months, but here at Birmingham Updates we offer you a week by week breakdown of what you can fill your diaries with, so, what do we have for you this time?

KISSTORY Presents The Blast Off! Tour

When? Thursday 12th March 2020, 17:00 – 22:00pm
Where? Resorts World Arena
How? Ride with Ola
Price? Tickets from £44

More info: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/kisstory-presents-the-blast-off-tour-resorts-world-arena-birmingham-tickets-70135813105

Our adolescent playlists are coming to life with this incredible show! The one of a kind ‘Kisstory, The Blast Off Tour!’ comes to Birmingham this March and we are so excited to dance and sing along to these great artists! With performances from the likes of Nelly, Salt N Pepa, Shaggy, Mya and Blu Cantrell you can expect to hear chart smashing anthems such as ‘Hot In Here’, ‘Push It’ and ‘It Wasn’t Me’, all while hosted by none other than the incredible Fatman Scoop!

If all of this wasn’t enough to get you to grab a ticket then there will also be exclusive appearances from garage star So Solid’s Lisa Maffia and MC Romeo, scene pioneer MC DT and the British duos Oxide & Neutrino, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Sweet Female Attitude.

There truly won’t be another show of this calibre so get yourself a ticket and come to The Resorts World Arena to witness this phenomenal event!

The Mighty Craic! St. Paddy’s Day Parade and Party

When? 15th March 2020
Where? The Night Owl, Trinity Street, B9 4AG
How? Ride with Ola
Price? Free

More info: www,livebrum.co.uk/the-night-owl/2020/03/15/the-might-craic-free-st-paddy-s-day-parade-and-party

It’s an event we all look forward to each year, and for a while it looked like Birmingham St Patrick’s Parade Day may not be happening. Well, thank goodness it is! Thanks to two local companies coming forward with financial support we are able to well and truly get our pride on once more!

The official Paddy’s Day Parade will be held on the 15th March 2020, where thousands will line the streets hoping to grab a glimpse of the green white and gold festivities. And, as if the parade were not enough, The Night Owl on Trinity Street are hosting the annual ‘The Mighty Craic! St Paddy’s Day Parade and Party’. This free event is happening right after the parade has finished at 1pm and will entertain you with a family-friendly party until 8pm! Expect live music and a great atmosphere for the ENTIRE family to celebrate. What’s more, after 8pm the event will turn into a ‘no kids allowed’ good old fashioned late-night knees up! Taking you through the evening will be live music playing old Irish classics and DJ’s with party-starting anthems.

If you’re looking to bring your children to an event for Paddy’s Day and aren’t sure where will be offering a family-friendly space, then look no further!

(That is until they need to be picked up at 8pm so you can carry on the party!)

The Book of Mormon

When? 4th – 28th March 2020
Where? Birmingham Hippodrome, Hurst St, Southside, B5 4TB
How? Ride with Ola
Price? Tickets from £25 (selling fast)

More info: www.birminghamhippodrome.com/calendar/the-book-of-mormon

The critically acclaimed ‘The Book of Mormon’ comes to our very own Birmingham Hippodrome for the first time!

From the creators of South Park, this outrageous musical event is not to be missed and with sold-out shows in London, on Broadway, North America AND Australia ‘The Book of Mormon’ has earned its place as an absolute phenomenon. ‘The Book of Mormon’ follows a pair of Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that’s a long way from their home in Salt Lake City.

Reviewed as ‘the best musical of this century’ tickets are selling very quickly so please don’t miss your opportunity to witness this show in all of its glory!

University of Birmingham Arts and Science Festival

When? 11th – 17th March 2020
Where? The University of Birmingham, B15 2TT
How? Ride with Ola
Price? Free

More info: www.artsandsciencefestival.co.uk

It’s not just about theatre and concerts, we need to expand our minds and explore some art and science once in a while. Well, here’s the perfect opportunity!

The University of Birmingham’s Arts and Science Festival is a free event bursting with exhibitions offering intellectual goodies. Contributors to the festival have created their showcases based on four seasonal themes, Celebration(summer); Change (autumn); Illumination (winter) and Hope (spring). The festival challenges the traditional division between arts and science and boasts the ways in which the two inform and compliment the other. There will be screenings, walks, concerts, performances and workshops for you to get involved with making this an event that has something for everybody!

Just the Tonic – Comedy Club!

When? Saturday 7th March 2020
Where? Rosies Nightclub, Broad Street, B1 2HF
How? Ride with Ola
Price? Tickets from £15

More info: www.justthetonic.com/birmingham-comedy/shows/saturday-7-mar-2020/4824

Let’s round up this week’s top five events with a dash of comedy! With the weather being so miserable, it’s safe to say we’re all in need of some cheering up. ‘Just the Tonic’ Comedy Club is just what you’ve been looking for! Bringing you three acts and a compere each Saturday, this rib-tickling event is sure to lift your spirits. Including some of the best up and coming comedy acts from across the UK and abroad, ‘Just the Tonic’ is a perfect night out where you can grab a drink, a bite to eat and sit back and relax. Your ticket even includes access to the afterparty when the show has finished! Food and drink is available to pre-order before you get to the event so everything will be ready and waiting for you when you arrive. This is a great way for your weekend to kick start with a bang!

Ride with Ola!

Choose the local ride-hailing app that shares more of the fare with drivers, and gives riders great offers too.

Download the app here,

PlaystoreClick Here!
Appstore: Click Here!