Our what's on West Midlands blog brings you a massive range of activities happening near you this December! We regularly update this blog with the latest events and activities. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for a family-friendly activity or just want to get out and do something different!
What's On West Midlands December
Curry and comedy will be on the menu for a special gala dinner at the Gardens this autumn, when famed broadcaster, comedian and Chef Hardeep Singh Kohli teams up with Itihaas’ head chef, Updesh Shrivastava, to create a bespoke menu for 200 guests.
At Birmingham Cathedral. Doors open 6:30pm, film starts 7:00pm It’s Christmas Eve, and Clarence the guardian angel is assigned to convince the desperate George Bailey not to take his own life.
Visit Santa in his grotto and take part in other activities including magic shows, circus skills workshops, and craft activities with Santa's elves.
Step through the doors of the Garrison Tavern and travel back in time to the roaring twenties by order of the Peaky Blinders.
Festive favourites aplenty, including The Snowman with a narrator telling the story, plus numbers from seasonal films and Christmas classics to warm your hearts. This performance will feature children's choirs from around the West Midlands.
Kingsbury Water Park
Make a variety of festive decorations from natural materials in time to hang on your Christmas tree or decorate your house.
Locksmiths House, Willenhall
Step back in time and see what Christmas was like for the Hodson family at our sister Museum – The Locksmith’s House in Willenhall
Kings Heath Park
Join the Cartland Tea Rooms Friends of Kings Heath Park & Kings Heath Park Rangers Service Luxury Tea Time Delights
Winter Lights at Himley Hall | Sunday 15 December
Himley Hall, Dudley
Ticket price: Adults £8 – children (11-16) £3 – under 11 free (Tickets must be bought online only) Please note this event takes place at: Himley Park Dudley DY3 4DF
Mell Square Solihull
Take a break from that hectic Christmas shopping and enjoy a mulled wine and mince pie at this year’s Solihull Festive Feast.
Many years ago, Grandpa was a World War II flying ace. But when he is sent to old folk's home Twilight Towers - run by sinister Matron Swine - it's up to Grandpa and his grandson, Jack, to plot a daring escape. Little do they know, the wicked matron is on to them
The ultimate Christmas Eve tradition. Celebrate in style with a sublime concert of carols and seasonal classics, staged in full 18th Century costume in an evocative candle-lit style setting.
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