Known as ‘Birmingham’s party bar’, Missing on Hurst Street provides punters with a fun-filled night of quality cabaret in the company of a great crowd!
This month the venue will be hosting a Traffic Light Party across Valentine’s weekend, with Missing’s very own Amy LaQueefa puckering up in a charity kissing booth on Sunday the 16th. (see advert below for more details)
EVERY MONDAY UNTIL 4AM
Ministry of Pound with
DJ Mike Emery
Karaoke with Gavina Vagina
With £1.50 bombs
EVERY FRIDAY 9PM
Hit Man and Her with DJ Mike Emery
& Gavina Vagina
Missing's House Party
Camp as t*ts with Amy La Queefa and guest cabaret
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