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Unique Venues look to transform city events

18. 02. 27
posted by: AW

birmingham REPLibraryUnique Venues Birmingham is a hospitality, conference and events joint venture between the Library of Birmingham and Birmingham Repertory theatre.

Both buildings are adjacent and connected by a ground floor corridor.

They are encouraging local businesses across Birmingham to expand their events spaces into ‘alternative venues’.

Unique Venues Birmingham is leading the way with a range of ‘alternative’ events spaces on offer. These include:

Discovery Terrace – An outdoor garden terrace overlooking Centenary Square in Birmingham.

Theatre Auditoria – three separate auditoriums to stage conferences for up to 825 delegates.

Book Rotunda – a book lined space in the heart of the Library of Birmingham for gala dinners and drinks receptions - for up to 300 guests.

Shakespeare Memorial Suite – at the top of the Library of Birmingham and available for exclusive dining and drinks receptions.

Plus, a range of conference rooms all with natural daylight and views over Centenary Square.

Unique Venues Birmingham is situated in the heart of Birmingham in Centenary Square next to the International Convention Centre and a five-minute walk from Birmingham New Street station.