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Birmingham Library and REP join forces

17. 07. 25
posted by: AW

birmingham REPLibraryBirmingham Central Library and the Birmingham Repertory Theatre (REP) which sits alongside are to join forces to host conferences and hospitality events.

Both buildings already share a main atrium. 

The REP offers a wide variety of spaces for conference and events with three auditoria each equipped with the latest technology and suitable for team building, exhibitions, themed dinners as well as private meetings.

The REP also has three purpose built conference rooms which can host up to 200 delegates plus smaller spaces for hire. All have natural daylight, the latest audio visual equipment and views over Centenary Square and the city of Birmingham.

The meeting room suite in Birmingham Library is located on level 1 and this includes four high-spec, flexible meeting rooms which will seat up to 70 delegates theatre style, all with natural daylight and also with views over Centenary Square.

Unusual spaces in Birmingham Library include the book-lined Rotunda for gala dinners and drinks receptions for up to 200 guests as well as the Library’s outdoor garden terrace overlooking the city.

The sharing arrangement is due to start in October 2017.