4730 Norrell Dr
Trussville, AL 35173
Phone: (205) 661-9323
Fax: (205) 655-9331
This cineplex has 16 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Barber Motorsports Park is a plush racing arena that hosts many racing events and auto shows. Opened in 2003, the park has also seen many car launches. The park offers ace facilities like paved paddocks, restrooms, technical enhancements and so on. Several championships, festivals and consumer shows are held here. The notable racing events here are Grand-Am, Vintage Racing Series and AMA Superbike. So if cars, speed and races give you the thrills then zoom into this place.
Located just six miles southeast of downtown, the Birmingham Race Course offers live greyhound racing, simulcast dog and horse racing from other sites, two restaurants and wagering seven nights per week. The track and grandstand areas are comfortable and entertaining. Champions Restaurant offers a full menu of appetizers, entrees and desserts in an elegant setting. There are also lots of options for more informal dining, and alcoholic beverages are served at several spots throughout the park.
Argo Drive-In Theatre was built in 1998 and can accommodate up to 211 cars in its three acres (1.21 hectares) land. Open every Friday and Saturday, it shows mostly family-friendly movies at a very nominal fee of USD10. So bring your popcorn and drinks to enjoy an entertaining flick with your whole gang under the stars.
The biggest blockbusters are shown in comfort at The Edge 12. In addition to the movies, which are of course the main attraction, there is more to draw you to this more unique theater. There is a fine selection of arcade games for the kids (and kids at heart) to enjoy. And from the concession stand, aside from the usual soda, candy and popcorn, adults can also indulge in wine or beer during the movie.
Sound & Page is a space for hosting small-scale concerts and musicals. The room seats 50 people and can accommodate 75 when standing. The founders Caleb Chancey, James Kling and Corey Scogin started this music venue in 2013 to bring together music connoisseurs in a private space, where everyone knows everyone else. The bookshelves against the walls contain numerous volumes and the stage is often decorated with interesting props such as tree leaves. Though the venue is small, it ensures ample socializing opportunities among like-minded people and the room has excellent acoustics. Check the website for the event schedule.
The Forge is a multicultural venue for various community events. It amalgamates music, art and literary programs for a holistic experience. There are creative and do-it-yourself projects for children and adults alike. Visitors can attend film screenings, concerts, art exhibitions and classes at this place. It aims to aide the cultural development of the surrounding community, especially children.
A community center that welcomes all regardless of age, gender, or race, the Spring Street Fire House is a vibrant, lively, and welcoming venue in the city. The program offers a diverse variety of events, ranging from concerts and other performances, to art shows, and interesting festivals. Checkout the website to know more about the venue.
Formerly The Summerfest Musical Theatre, this nonprofit company offers diverse productions along with education and performance opportunities for emerging artists.
The Furnace is Brimingham's Premium Gentleman's Night Club offering a complete package with beautiful women, good food and cool drinks. Come to this place to watch the city's best women dancers groove to the beats. There is a full service bar, a VIP lounge, state-of-the-art lighting and some terrific gourmet menu. Besides regular special events held at the club, this place is also rented out to the public for hosting parties and events. VIP members can get access to the best parties at the club and to a number of services at reasonable prices.
If you’re looking for a serious, organized night at the theater, then the Terrific New Theatre is not where you need to be. Founded in 1986 by Carl Stewart and Steve Stella, the Terrific New Theatre prides itself on being a live performance theatre with plenty of unexpected surprises for a "night you will talk about,"--trust me. Previous shows have included Of Grapes and Nuts - a hilarious tribute to John Steinbeck’s classic and China: The Whole Enchilada - a funny, yet, provoking look at 4000 years of Chinese history. Visit their website for the current season’s shows.
The Rare Martini is one the best options for the proverbial night out on the town in Birmingham. With a slightly upscale vibe, this nightclub is perfect for those who want to shake their tail feathers but want to do so with a tinge of class. To keep things fresh, The Rare (as locals call it) holds weekly events, ranging from open mic comedy night to karaoke. After you've sufficiently gotten down on the floor, re-energize with something off of the food menu – the lobster mac and cheese is a seemingly incongruous but ultimately delicious combination. Go here to eat, drink, dance or any combination of those three.