St Paul's Square
St Paul’s in the Jewellery Quarter sits at the heart of the JQ surrounded by the finest Georgian Square in Birmingham which is teeming with bars and restaurants. The Church is an architectural gem, built in 1779 and retains its original pews and galleries. The spacious churchyard is one of the finest open spaces in Birmingham and is well used in the summer. The Church can seat 400 (including up to 40 premium seats at the West Gallery), and has a spacious gallery and two generous rooms with kitchen on the first floor. There are 3 toilets and two downstairs offices. It has a great acoustic and is ideal as a performance space. A stage can be erected in front of the sanctuary which is ideal for music and theatre performances.
There is also a fine organ and piano available.
A historic venue which is now available for performances at Birmingham Fest.