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Jewellery Quarter Conference Centre

Federation House 10 Vyse Street Birmingham B18 6LT

0121 236 2657

The Jewellery Quarter Conference Centre (JQCC) is a hidden gem offering state of the art conference facilities to hire. Whether your event is a regular team meeting, seminar or conference, we have the facilities to accommodate you and our team are always on hand to ensure your events will be successful. Conveniently located in the heart of Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, we are in an ideal central location for delegates wishing to travel from all over the UK.

Members of BATF are entitled to 25% off the cost of room hire, and first-time users get 10% off room hire.

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Stan’s Cafe Theatre Company

PO BOX 16044, Birmingham B16 6SG

0121 236 2273

Stan’s Cafe is one of Britain’s foremost contemporary theatre companies, based in Birmingham, and famous for its strong international touring and experimental theatre in unusual locations.  In January 2009, the Theatre Company moved into a disused part of the A.E. Harris metal working factory in the Jewellery Quarter. Stan’s Cafe is a group of artists from a variety of disciplines, though primarily theatre practitioners, working under the artistic direction of James Yarker. The company consists of a core of long term collaborators and a range of associated artists. The line up changes according to the project being worked upon.

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The Coffin Works

12-15 Fleet Street Birmingham B3 1JP

0121 2334785

The Coffin Works offer a characterful events space for hire in the heart of Birmingham, only a few minutes’ walk from the train stations. Set in a  grade II* listed factory built in 1894, it is a unique setting for team meetings, conferences, concerts, festivals, theatre performances, private and corporate parties.

The Coffin Works also has unique offices/workshops to rent at competitive prices.  For more information, please visit our website.

For the Museum aspect please visit Newman Brothers at the Coffin Works here.

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Did You Know that?...


The Wimbledon winners’ ladies salver was made in the Quarter.


Steam from the works engine of the Albert Works (now the Argent Centre) was recycled to heat the building’s very own Turkish bath.