Enjoy Christmas at City Social on Suffolk Street Queensway with food, drink and live music, from 28 November-21 December. For this occasion, visitors will see the underpass transformed. If you’re planning to visit, consider booking your stay with City Nites.
Experience local independent traders, bars and events, from live music to film screenings, all undercover in a unique space.
Traders at City Social on Suffolk Street Queensway
They will be open for serving up the best independent traders, from street food, bars and more. Trading daily from 12pm until 9pm.
Experience DJ’s, live bands, buskers to film screenings.
Full lineup downloadable here.
Open daily 12pm until 9pm from 28 Nov—21 Dec
Transforming the underpass, near the Mailbox into an epicurean Christmas hang-out dedicated to food, drink and live music for a whole month. It is amongst Birmingham’s earlier developments. Capitalising on the canal side opportunities but with a spin that more houses were needed Sir Thomas, based in Suffolk, developed the area from 1766 onwards. The census records indicate that there were courts and it does appear that a proportion of dwellings were aimed at Birmingham’s poorer workers. Affordable housing had a different meaning in those days. Pictures of Georgian Suffolk St are sadly all too rare, given the value of the area and continuing redevelopment.
5 mins → from New Street Station
12 mins → from Bullring / Grand Central
15 mins → from Brindleyplace