Our chair covers start at just 75p each and 25p per sash to hire, bargain!!!
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Option 1. Collect and D.I.Y and return
Simply inbox us the date, time and quantity required and we will reply with a price. once this has been confiremed we will send you a contract and a collection address
Option 2. Full Service delivery, set-up and collection
We deliver, set-up and collect the chair covers for your special event with a small additional set-up fee (within 20 miles of Birmingham City Centre)
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The Blue Piano promises to delight your palate with a varied menu of South East Asian flavours. Taste the cuisine from from Singapore, Malaysia and Cambodia, all in one evening.
Enjoy an extensive array of beers, wines and cocktails in our bar area or relax and unwind in our unique courtyard garden.
Find us in the Fiveways Leisure complex off the A456, Broad Street, in the heart of Birmingham City centre. We have free car parking on Tennant Street for our customers and we’ll be happy to validate your car parking ticket at reception. We’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Signing Tree Conference Centre is part of BID Services, a charity that supports deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people. The Centre operates as a social enterprise and offers contemporary, bright and spacious conference facilities.
The New Alexandra Theatre, commonly known as the Alex, is a theatre on Station Street in Birmingham, England.Construction of the theatre commenced in 1900 and was completed in 1901. The architects were Owen & Ward and the theatre was opened on 27 May 1901 as the Lyceum Theatre on John Bright Street. Initially it attracted few theatre goers and it was decided to bring in a star. For ten weeks from the middle of June 1901 H. A. Saintsbury trod the boards as the theatre's leading man, playing in costume dramas.As a result of disappointingly low returns the new theatre was sold to Lester Collingwood for £4,000, who renamed it the Alexandra on 22 December 1902. Collingwood was killed in a road traffic accident in 1910 and was succeeded by Leon Salberg, who died in his office at the theatre in 1938. His ghost is said to inhabit the theatre. Other ghostly sightings include that by a cleaner of a woman dressed in grey in 1987.The theatre was rebuilt with a fine Art Deco auditorium in 1935 to a design by Roland Satchwell. Upon Leon Salberg's death, Derek Salberg took over the running of the theatre. The Salberg family ran the theatre from 1911 to 1977. Following World War II, the theatre became well patronised by the local population - in 1950 85% of season ticket holders lived within the boundaries of Birmingham.Although the main entrance was originally situated on John Bright Street, a new main entrance block was built on Suffolk Street between 1967-1969 to a design by the John Madin Design Group, with a wide bridge linking the two - from the inside, the appearance is that of a single building. Satchwell's interior was refurbished in 1992 by the Seymour Harris Partnership. The Alex was sold to Apollo Leisure in the 1990s. Derek Salberg's autobiography "Much Ado About Theatre" had its foreword written by Laurence Olivier. Under Leon Salberg, the Alex was famous for its pantomimes such as "Mother Goose".
Club Kulture 58 Gas Street Birmingham B1 2JTDistance: 0.3 miTourist Information 58 Gas Street Birmingham,
The International Convention Centre is a major conference venue in central Birmingham, England. The centre incorporates Symphony Hall and faces Centenary Square. The building has another entrance leading to the canals of Birmingham. The Westside area, which includes Brindleyplace, is located directly opposite the building on the other side of the canal. The centre is owned and operated by the NEC Group, who are also responsible for the nearby National Indoor Arena, just to the west of the complex.History and constructionThe building was designed by Percy Thomas Partnership and Renton Howard Wood Levin. The foundation stone was laid by Jacques Delors as a start of another 4 years and 5 months of construction. In all, over 1,500 workers helped construct the building. Over 60,000 cubic metres of concrete were used. The site was opened on 12 June 1991 by Queen Elizabeth II. Funds of £49.7 million were provided by the European Council. The total cost of construction was £200 million.It is on the site of the Prince of Wales Theatre and Bingley Hall, the world's first purpose-built exhibition hall, opened in 1850. Also on the site were numerous houses fronting King Edward's Place as well as a brewery and inn. On the eastern side of this was King Alfreds Place which was also fronted by houses and a hotel. A listed Victorian cast iron urinal was removed before construction began, on condition that it be re-erected. Although it was taken to Tyseley Locomotive Works, it has never been restored.
Conference and meeting venue
If you are looking for city centre meeting spaces, that are modern, innovative, contemporary and extremely central, you have come to the right place! We have meeting space in Birmingham and have recently launched our conference venue in Manchester. Our venues are built on their excellent reputation and our simple mission statement of CUSTOMER FIRST!
Birmingham Town Hall is a Grade I listed concert hall and venue for popular assemblies opened in 1834 and situated in Victoria Square, Birmingham, England.The first of the monumental town halls that would come to characterise the cities of Victorian England, Birmingham Town Hall was also the first significant work of the 19th-century revival of Roman architecture, a style chosen here in the context of the highly charged radicalism of 1830s Birmingham for its republican associations. The design was based on the proportions of the Temple of Castor and Pollux in the Roman Forum. "Perfect and aloof" on a tall, rusticated podium, it marked an entirely new concept in English architecture.It was created as a home for the Birmingham Triennial Music Festival established in 1784, the purpose of which was to raise funds for the General Hospital, after St Philip's Church (later to become a Cathedral) became too small to hold the festival, and for public meetings.The hall underwent a major renovation between 2002 and 2008. It now hosts a diverse programme of events including jazz, world, folk, rock, pop and classical concerts, organ recitals, spoken word, dance, family, educational and community performances, as well as annual general meetings, product launches, conferences, dinners, fashion shows, graduation ceremonies and broadcasts.
From listed buildings to a contemporary science museum we have the perfect venue for every event. We can accommodate conferences, drinks receptions, dinners and private events. We will look after all your catering needs as we have a excellent catering team on site. We also look after the licensed Edwardian Tea Room which is located at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. It's the perfect place to rest those feet and you will be spoilt for choice with the delicious selection of hot and cold meals, snacks, hot and cold beverages.
Bringing something fresh and vibrant to the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, Fredericks Coffee Lounge Bar is committed to sourcing organic and fair trade products, whilst providing our patrons with rich and alluring flavours. Far more than just a stylish coffee bar, at Fredericks you will find staff who love what they do and are always happy to provide advice and guidance on our fabulous ranges.
Whether you are popping in for a quick mid-morning coffee, joining us for a lunchtime treat, or enjoying the delights of an evening of fine food and drink, Fredericks Coffee Lounge and Bar is the place to come.
A City Centre hotel in Birmingham
Birmingham is Britain’s second-largest city, and Thistle Birmingham City is the ideal base from which to discover it. Once known as ‘the workshop of the world’, Birmingham has been transformed with a £multi-million redevelopment of the famous Bullring shopping centre, which is just a short walk from the hotel.
As well as shopping - there are 160 stores in the Bullring alone - Birmingham has a wealth of cultural and sporting attractions. With the City Stadium, Villa Park and Edgbaston all within 10 minutes’ drive, and the LG Arena, the NEC, ICC and NIA just 10 minutes further, Thistle Birmingham City Centre, The Royal Angus is the ideal base whether you’re in the city for a big game or any other event.
The hotel has 133 bedrooms, including Suites, and eight meeting rooms, the largest seating 200 people theatre-style. Combined with our city centre location, it makes us an ideal meeting, party or wedding venue.
Thistle Birmingham, The Royal Angus at a glance:
• Within easy walking distance of Birmingham’s famous Bullring shopping centre
• 133 bedrooms, plus eight meeting rooms
• 50% off ajoining NCP parking
• FREE Wi-Fi throughout
• Monty’s Brasserie open daily for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
• Wimseys bar open daily from 11am - 11pm
Performance and Sports Venue Near Barclaycard Arena
The Bakery Sessions Distance: 0.6 miTourist Information 29 Stephenson Street Birmingham, United Kingdom B2 4BH
Free weekly Monday evening jazz sessions led by Percy Pursglove and Andrew Bain @ Yorks Bakery Cafe, Birmingham, alongside a series of resplendent guests and visiting players