Singles Clubs in Birmingham

Updated April 17, 2017

Birmingham is well-known for its nightlife. With underground hip-hop venues, the trendiest electronic bars, and swanky clubs, singles are sure to have a memorable night out. So, if you're tired of your corner pub or neighbourhood bar and want to go out in a big city and mingle, Birmingham would be a good stop.


Gatecrasher is one of the most famous clubs in Birmingham. It generally attracts a younger crowd, but varies depending on the event. Known for having some of the best DJs and live music, this is a great spot to come if you want to dance the night away. Check the website for upcoming events and plan a night at Gatecrashers, and prepare yourself for a crazy night.


182 Upper Broad Street

Birmingham B15 1DA



Mechu is a great place to go if you want to experience a night of luxury. Easily one of the swankiest bars and restaurants in Birmingham, Mechu will make you feel like a different person once you walk in. You are sure to be impressed with the cuisine and decor. Don't be intimidated, although Mechu likes to be fancy, you don't have to. You can dress up or dress down, depending on what suits you. So go for a visit, sit down at the bar, order a delicious cocktail and get ready to mingle.


47-59 Summer Row,

Birmingham B3 1JJ



Located in the Midlands, Oceana is easily accessible and loads of fun. When you go to Oceana, you never know what to expect. If you want to see soap stars, celebrities or amazing stage acts, this is the place to go. The crowd is always good, and you are sure to meet someone that will catch your eye with this lively scene. Be sure to check the events calendar for events and specific dress code to make sure you are ready for a night out at the Oceana.


Hurst Street

Birmingham B5 4EH


Island Bar

Island Bar is a great place to start off the night or spend the entire night. This is definitely one of the most casual spots. It is a hot spot for the 9-5 crowd who are looking to brush off the day with one of the after-work specials. Go on the weekend to enjoy live music and dance with a laid-back crowd.

Island Bar

14 - 16 Suffolk Street

Birmingham, B1 1LT


The Jam House

If you are a jazz and blues music lover and are looking for someone with the same taste, The Jam House is a good way to narrow your search. The Jam House has featured some of the best artists since opening in 1999. Although the layout of the venue does not cater to socialising like some others, this is a good place to go to meet fellow music lovers.

The Jam House

3-5 St Pauls Square

Birmingham B31QU


Rectory Bar

Looking for a mellow place to meet new people? Rectory Bar offers just that. This relaxed but trendy bar is practically made for singles. With the easy-going atmosphere it is easy to chat up a neighbour. If you are searching for a bar a little more chill than some of the other venues, this is it. You will feel at home when you get to this neighbourhood bar, and it is easy on the wallet if you plan on treating anyone to a couple drinks.

Rectory Bar

50-54 St Paul's Square

The Jewellery Quarter Birmingham, B3 1QS


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Farrah Davis began her writing career in 2010. She has worked for Harley Ellis Deveraux and Green Dinosaur as an environmental consultant project manager, writing environmental plans for commercial projects. She graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in interior architecture and a focus on environmental studies.