Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar (BBB) was established in September 1999 in addition to the otherwise 'quiet' BDSM scene in the Midlands. Brum Bazaar is the event to cater for the adventurous couple to the experienced of players sporting a kinky lifestyle, offering an afternoon of socialising and pervy shopping! There are over 35 regular stall holders at BBB offering a range of kinky products, from bondage tape to leather coats, medical fetish gear to corsets, dungeon furniture to skirts with riding crop pockets.
Jed Phoenix of London had a regular pitch at Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar from June 2005 to June 2017 and built a good reputation at this well established UK fetish market.
The finer details of BBB
BBB is held on the 3rd Sunday of every month, 11am until 5pm, at The Nightingale Club, Kent Street, Birmingham, B5 6RD, £5 entry fee and over 18's only.
There is no dress code for Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar attendees whether you're in jeans and trainers or donning your best rubber catsuit, Brum bazaar is a down to earth event and wants everyone to feel comfortable. Just no genital nudity! All sexual orientations/genders/lifestyles of all ages are welcome and respected. Stallholders are spread over two floors of the three floor nightclub venue, and there is a lift for wheelchair access, are two bars, a self contained restaurant, a cloakroom and a third floor room where demos and/or workshops take place. Parking restrictions apply on yellow lines in the area but there's a handful of pay and display car parks close to the venue too, all for around £5 for the whole day. The Nightingale Club is just a 15 minute walk from Birmingham New Street railway station.
What's Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar like for newbies?
The workshops/demos are held at each BBB event to widen your horizons into trying something new or learning that bit more about technique and safety.
Brum Bazaar is a must for the intrigued new comer to the scene, 'Meeters and Greeters' along with support group B2G will now be attending every BBB event to give first timers the grand tour and have answers to all your questions about the venue, stall holders and generally what to expect.
Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar, The Nightingale Club, Kent Street, Birmingham, B5 6RD