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Crane

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  • From £5000
  • 2,489 Standing
  • Birmingham
  • From £5000
  • 2,489 Standing
  • Birmingham

Space description

The former retort house was built in 1909 on a gasworks site of 1841-2. It was designed by Birmingham Council’s Gas Department, under the supervision of the Engineer-in-Chief Walter Chaney and with the involvement of the young gas engineer Cecil Carrington Barber. As the site where coal was carbonised to produce crude gas, a retort house was the heart of a gasworks. The former retort house is located behind (south) of 50 Adderley Street and to the west of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal. It is a steel-framed structure which was clad in brick and built on a long, oblong plan.


What this space offers

Features
Wifi
Open Air
Basement
Mezzanine
Outdoor Areas
Food & Drink
Recommended Caterering List available
Recommended Caterers Only
Space
Parking Spaces
Capacities
2489 Standing
1200 Theatre
Welcomes
Promoters
Ticketed events
Amplified Events
Own Music/ DJ Equipment
Weddings
Events with Alcohol

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Guide Prices

  • Events

    Venue Hire & Minimum Spend Per Day

    • Every day 09:00 - 17:00

      £5000 / Venue Fee & Min Spend



More about Crane

Large Victorian Warehouse and ancillary buildings. Combining modern facilities with character


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