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Birmingham Convention Quarter Amenities

Birmingham Mailbox  Convention Quarter website

Combine its curent array of venues and attractions with the ambitious development plans for the area as well as the new library of Birmingham and an iconic Birmingham New Street railway station, Westside is set to spearhead Birmingham's development into the 21st century.   Railway stations

National Rail Enquiries (NRE) is the definitive source of information for all passenger rail services on the National Rail network in England, Wales and Scotland.  Bank bar & restaurant

Situated within the cosmopolitan surroundings of Brindleyplace, Bank Birmingham is chic and sophisticated with the character of a lively continental brasserie.   Hyatt Hotel

Enjoying a prime location in the city centre, the luxury Hyatt Regency Birmingham is a modern, four-star deluxe hotel located in the city centre, within a five-minute walk of the exclusive Mailbox and Bull Ring shopping centres, as well as Broad Street and Brindley Place.

Brindley Place Canal  Symphony Hall

Town Hall and Symphony Hall, Birmingham are two iconic venues at the heart of the city of Birmingham. Brindley Place

Successfully running and maintaining the award winning Brindleyplace estate is full time job for many people who work on the estate. Their work ensures those who visit Brindleyplace for business and leisure experience the estate at its best, every time.  IKON Gallery

From its beginnings in a small kiosk in Birmingham’s Bullring, Ikon’s reputation for innovation, internationalism and excellence has developed over 40 years. Now housed in the neo-gothic Oozells Street School, Ikon has an artistic programme consisting of four interdependent strands, the gallery, new museum, off-site and learning.  Harvey Nichols

The first of Harvey Nichols' small format stores opened in Birmingham's Mailbox Centre in 2001. It is situated on the first floor of the centre with a glass bridge connecting its two sides, providing a spectacular view over the city centre. Harvey Nichols in store café offers the perfect spot to take a break from your retail therapy, whilst the boutique Foodmarket and Wine Shop showcases the very best of Harvey Nichols food and wine products.  The Mailbox

The Mailbox is Birmingham’s most stylish shopping and lifestyle destination with exclusive stores, waterside restaurants, cafe bars, hotels, salons and 24 hr parking. Discover luxury fashion brands at Birmingham’s most stylish shopping destination, home to designer stores including Harvey Nichols, Emporio Armani, Hugo Boss and many more, offering the latest men’s and women’s fashion and accessories.  Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre

Home to the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Welsh National Opera, the Birmingham Hippodrome hosts a variety of performances including musicals, ballet, opera, comedy, dance and childrens events.

ballet canal pub  Birmingham Repertory Theatre

As the company approaches its Centenary in 2013, the theatre is currently undergoing redevelopment as part of the Library of Birmingham. In 2013 the company will move back to its improved home, following two years presenting shows in other theatres and site-specific spaces across the city. The REP’s mission has always been to produce excellent theatrical experiences, to entertain, enlighten and engage audiences and, wherever possible, to reflect the diversity of Birmingham and the surrounding region. This supports our vision, which is to ‘Inspire the city of Birmingham to a lifelong love of theatre’  The Flapper

The Flapper is one of the leading independent live music venues and pub situated in Birmingham City Centre. A wide selection of draught and bottled beers/ciders, wines, spirits and a selection of seasonal real ales are on offer. Previous bands include: Editors, We Are Scientists, William Francis, Everything Everything, O Children, Johnny Foreigner, A Place To Bury Strangers, Flashguns, Dananananaykroyd, LITE, Tribes, Brontide, DD/MM/YYYY, Hawkeyes, Turbowolf, The Swellers, Idlewild, MONA, Viva Brother, Pulled Apart By Horses, Castrovalva and Chapel Club  The National Indoor Arena

The National Indoor Arena (The NIA) is one of the busiest large scale indoor sporting and entertainment venues in Europe. Since opening in 1991, it has welcomed visitors to over 30 different sports (including indoor rowing!) and an extensive variety of entertainment and music. The NIA provides a perfect home for indoor sport at every level; its Mondo athletics track is the world’s premier surface and was first used at the European Indoor Athletics in March 2007, an event that attracted a worldwide television audience of more than 160 million. Fourteen world athletics records have been set at The NIA since it opened.



Philip Jackson

This forthcoming year ahead promises undoubted uncertainty in abundance early in the year, yet surprisingly increased opportunities for those taking a medium or longer term view on Birmingham, being a key UK City for the future.