Millennium Point announces winter events programme

07 October 2022

Award-winning Birmingham conference and events venue Millennium Point has announced an exciting programme of events for the autumn and winter.

From a free AR gaming arena in the October half-term holiday to a night of live comedy headlined by Live at the Apollo favourites Rosie Jones and Fern Brady – Millennium Point’s programme offers something for everyone.

Tickets are now available.

World’s first augments reality sport is opening up on October 26 and 27, putting the power of energy balls and shields in your hands on a real-life court with HADO. The free of charge games last 80 seconds with up to six players in a thrilling and unique experience perfect for the whole family.

Comedy favourites Rosie Jones and Fern Brady alongside Birmingham-renowned Celya AB and funny man host Ross Brierley for an evening of feel-good vibes and guaranteed laughs on 27 October.

Award-winning wine merchants Loki are back on 19 November at Millennium Point for the largest wine event of the year. This year features more drinks with additional spirits, and wines and beers on show. Tickets are £30 each and include all alcohol.

A Love Actually bottomless prosecco brunch and a screening of the seminal 2003 festive rom-com is scheduled for 3 December. Tickets are £35 each and include a brunch and 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco.

A silent disco around the giant Christmas tree is scheduled for 17 as as 3 DJs battle it out with an assortment of genres from current chart toppers, RnB, and Hip Hop to Old Skool, Rock, Indie and Power Ballads alongside all of the Christmas classics. Tickets are £10 each

The seminal 1946 Christmas classic ‘It’s a wonderful life’ will be shown on 4 December with a festive wine-tasting experience delivered by the Wine and Events Company in partnership with Millennium Point Events. Tickets £31.95 each and include 5 glasses of themed wine.

From November, the popular Eastside venue will be transformed into a festive wonderland with the return of its giant Christmas tree adorned with 23,000 energy-saving LED lights and accompanied by two large nutcrackers.

The tree itself is believed to be the largest indoor tree in the city standing at 39ft tall in the centre of the landmark building’s Atrium.

The venue also provides a range of Christmas party packages for corporates including a second shared party night following a first sold-out date. More information on what’s on offer can be found on their website.

Commercial Director Rebecca Delmore said: “We’re thrilled to bring such an exciting mix of events to the Eastside of Birmingham city centre, made even better by the tree and decorations our landmark public building will have. Being just a stone’s throw from the city’s favourite Christmas market, we’re giving Brummies every reason to visit Eastside this Christmas.”

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