Remember, remember the fifth-ish of November, gunpowder treason and plot. If you’re wondering where you can watch a fireworks display in and around Birmingham in 2021, we've rounded up your best options!
Birmingham has a name for putting on a show when it comes to fireworks displays and after a year-long hiatus, it seems 2021 will be no different. So here are our top picks for where to go and what to check out when it comes to celebrating old Guy Fawkes this November.
The British Oak Pub
Price: Adults £6, children £3
Times: Thursday 4 November, gates open 6.00pm
The British Oak pub in Stirchley is hosting it's fireworks extravaganza on Thursday 4 November, from 6.00 – 10.00pm, complete with homemade popcorn, a pop-up bar, street food and face painting.
Moseley Rugby Club fireworks and bonfire
Price: From £3.50
Times: Saturday 6 November, 2.00pm to 10.00pm, fireworks at 7.45pm
Moseley Rugby Club's event promises an evening of fun for all the family, with live music, fairground rides and food and drink stalls to keep visitors of any age entertained.
Edgbaston Stadium Fireworks Display
Prices from: Adults £13.50, Under 16s £6, Family £31.50
Times: Saturday 6 November, 5.30pm to 9.00pm
Edgbaston's fun-filled event is back in 2021 for an exciting evening of family entertainment, including an amazing on-site fun fair, face painters, balloon modellers, food stalls and a superb Fireworks Spectacular display.
Solihull Round Table fireworks
Price: £8 upwards
Times: Saturday 6 November, gates 4.30pm to 9.00pm
Solihull Round Table Fireworks, at Tudor Grange Park, is the largest display in the town, and this year will be no different as the Round Table group offer it's biggest event in history. The spectacular will include a funfair, bars, food stalls and a huge bonfire. All profits go straight back into the local community.
Tamworth Castle Grounds fireworks event
Times: Saturday 6 November, 5.00pm onwards
Tamworth town will be lighting up the skies with a fantastic display of fireworks organised by Tamworth Borough Council’s Arts and Events Team and funded by Tamworth Borough Council. Alongside the fireworks display set to music, there will also be a funfair, food and drinks stalls, a sparkler zone and face painters.
So whatever you’re after for bonfire night, Birmingham should have you covered. Wrap up warm, stay safe and enjoy!