Warstone Lane cemetery (also known as Brookfields cemetery) opened in 1848. Please note that there isn’t a staffed office at Warstone Lane cemetery.
Argentea is a new gallery dedicated to showing the very best contemporary photography from both British and international artists. Our aim is to support the careers of both emerging and established artists by promoting an awareness and appreciation of contemporary photography and by providing a platform where ideas and practices can be explored and tested. In pursuit of this we … Read More
Ana Rocha bar & gallery is the place where to enjoy delicious cocktail creations and tapas made with Spanish imported products while surrounded by exceptional antiques, fine art paintings and luxury watches. Our bar and gallery is a new exhibition concept, in which the public can admire the permanent collection, interest in buying a piece or simply enjoy a good … Read More
Artisan Alchemy is a contemporary gallery exhibiting bespoke furniture and fine jewellery. We highlight the best in design and quality products from makers around the UK and further afield. Set in a renovated 19th century building which also houses workshops for artisans alongside the gallery space, Artisan Alchemy aims to create an artistic hub, bringing together the tradition of making … Read More
We are a new and exciting chocolatier in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter we provide handmade intense flavoured chocolates as an alternative to mass produced tasteless chocolates in supermarkets and high streets. You won’t find our own exclusive creations anywhere except in our chocolaterie or at TheChocolateQuarter.com. The best place for handmade luxury chocolates and gift hampers.
Escape Live is an exciting group game with a difference. Your mission is simple – escape from a locked room in just 60 minutes by solving a series of challenging puzzles. Dr Wilson is a master detective who has solved many crimes in his distinguished career. But this case could prove to be deadly for him. One of the suspects … Read More
Hard To Find Whisky ( www.HTFW.com ) specialises in supplying rare, collectible and new release Single Malt Whiskies. Their website offers several thousand of the most sought after Whiskies in the world, along with a huge selection of miniatures and a comprehensive range of Irish and other worldwide Whiskies. Their retail store in the heart of the Jewellery quarter is … Read More
St. Paul’s church sits in Birmingham’s only remaining Georgian Square and offers an oasis of calm in a busy city. St. Paul’s is part of ‘Inclusive Church’ and welcomes everyone regardless of age, nationality, gender or sexual orientation and also welcomes members of other faiths to come and enjoy the church. We have a monthly Film Club (usually on the … Read More
Experience a time capsule – with its working machinery and unusual products – coffin handles and ornaments, linings and shrouds – left on the shelves and workbenches when the workforce set down their tools and left for the very last time. The Newman Brothers factory is a wonderfully preserved example of Victorian engineering which produced some of the world’s finest … Read More
The Blue Orange Theatre is a professional producing theatre based in the Jewellery Quarter. They produce up to ten in house productions per year as well as hosting visiting companies. They also hold regular classes, workshops and events for both adults and children.
During the 19th Century, 75% of everything written in the world was with a ‘Birmingham’ pen. Birmingham was at the forefront of this trade until it declined in the 1950’s with the invention of the biro and fountain pen. At one time there were about 100 factories in the Jewellery Quarter area. The development of the steel pen reduced the … Read More
Enjoy a guided tour around a real jewellery factory little changed since the early part of the last century, including a demonstration of jewellery making techniques at the jeweller’s bench. For more than eighty years Smith and Pepper produced jewellery from this workshop, founded in 1899. The ‘Earth’s Riches’ gallery showcases jewellery made from material found in the natural world, … Read More
The Jam House opened on 23 April 1999 featuring TV presenter and pianist Mr Jools Holland. The Jools Holland big band rocked the place on the opening night and continues to make occasional appearances at this exciting and unique venue. Located in the heart of the historic Jewellerey Quarter, Birmingham the Jam House occupies a traditional Georgian building in the … Read More
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 … Read More
St Paul’s Gallery was founded in 2001 and specialises in music related artwork and artefacts. Its collection of works from bands including Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie and Queen attracts customers and collectors from across the globe. St Paul’s Gallery is the world’s largest retailer of signed limited edition album cover art prints and displays every image within the … Read More
Fellows is one of the UK’s leading auction houses. Our location makes us ideally suited to offer a range of expert services across the UK and with an established online presence we are well-equipped to reach a wide variety of international clients. As specialists in a variety of fields and with an auction to cater to every need, our continually … Read More
The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity that supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of inclusive activities – exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations. The Society owns and runs its own exhibition venue, the RBSA Gallery, located just off St Paul’s Square. Admission to all our exhibitions is free and we look … Read More
The main function of The Birmingham Assay Office is to test and hallmark precious metal items as required by the Hallmarking Act. It is the largest Assay Office in the world and was founded by an Act of Parliament in 1773.