Three New Entertainment Venues To Visit in Digbeth
Three new entertainment venues have launched in Birmingham’s creative quarter, Digbeth.
Gaming concept Chance and Counters is based in the Custard Factory, and ‘social sports bar’ The Floodgate and The Big Birmingham Bake, an interactive baking experience, are based on Floodgate Street.
The businesses bolster Digbeth’s burgeoning and eclectic leisure, retail, hospitality and live music scene which includes Digbeth Dining Club, Baked in Brick, The Mill, The Arena, Dig Brew, The Mocking Bird and Ridding & Wynn.
The new venue brings social sports, such as Pit-Pat Table Golf, Baseball cages and even Curling, together with cocktails in an interior boasting a plethora of UV murals, hand painted by leading Birmingham street artists, Gent48. Previously a converted warehouse, The Floodgate Spans also has an upstairs area for live music and the arts, private parties, conferences and corporate events.
Chance and Counters
Chance and Counters blends the nostalgia of over 500 board games – both old and new – with local beers and ciders and an extensive food offering, which includes brunch, burgers and tacos. The interior features secluded booths and a bright, open area overlooking the river.
The Big Birmingham Bake
The creators of London’s highest rated event, The Big London Bake, are bringing their award-winning concept to Digbeth. The Big Birmingham Bake is based in a fully kitted out marquee on Floodgate street, complete with 12 idyllic bake stations, a treasure trove of customisable decorations and is led by a team of professional bakers who will give hints and tips to help create the winning bake.