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  • Why live in Birmingham Chinatown / Gay Village?

    Birmingham’s Chinatown and Gay Village is a vibrant, multicultural part of the city. The area is jam-packed with pubs, clubs and restaurants – great for you night owls. The oriental restaurants in this area provide you with some of the best food the country has to offer. Also situated in this area is the Birmingham Hippodrome, a theatre which is home to the Birmingham Royal Ballet – the country’s leading Ballet school. Properties are new, modern and require very little upkeep. With Birmingham New Street station and Birmingham Coach Station practically next door this a great place to live if you commute, or travel with work.

  • What’s been happening?

    Iconic Birmingham nightclub, Snobs, relocated to the top of Hurst Street in recent years. The club opened in 1972 and saw 2.5 million visitors across 40 years. In 2014 the old club closed its doors and went under a £2 million relocation to its new super club on Smallbrook Queensway. Expect cheap entry, cheap drinks and lots of dancing.

  • Things to do Birmingham Chinatown?

    Birmingham Hippodrome, situated on Hurst Street, is one of Birmingham’s main attractions. The theatre specialises in theatrical performances including plays, pantomimes, musicals, ballets and operas. Hit musicals such as Billy Elliot, Annie, Wicked and The Lion King have been shown here. The world famous Birmingham Royal Ballet used to reside in London until 1990, the company’s patron still being Her Majesty the Queen. David Bintley’s production of Cinderella for The Birmingham Royal Ballet was broadcasted from the Hippodrome in 2010, as the BBC Christmas Ballet.

    A stone’s throw away you have the Arcadian – a hub of late night bars, a comedy club and the best Chinese restaurants in town.

Your Guide to Chinatown / Gay Village

  • Birmingham’s top nightlife spots

    Birmingham’s Gay Village and Chinese district has some of the best nightlife around.

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  • Gay Pride

    Pride sees a collection of events including music, drag acts, comedy and a parade.

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  • Birmingham Chinatown Restaurants

    In Birmingham’s Chinatown there are a range of restaurants, from North Chinese to Malaysian cuisine.

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