Plan Your Visit & accessibility

All our festival venues and nearest car parks / train stations are marked on the interactive map below with purple icons.

All our venues are accessible. If you have access requirements which you feel we should know about, please contact us on at least 48 hours in advance of the event you plan to attend. We offer free carer/companion tickets for those who need them - you can book these online or by calling the Box Office on the number above.

The STUDIO is in the Birmingham REP, along with our Festival Cafe & Restaurant, Marmalade. Birmingham New Street is the closest station, but Snow Hill is also an easy walk.

For parking at the Birmingham REP, we recommend Paradise Circus car park, which is just behind the venue.

Birmingham Town Hall is on Victoria Square, near New Street Station and with plenty of Council car parks nearby.

The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is on the Birmingham City University campus, at Millennium Point, near ThinkTank museum. Birmingham Moor Street is the closest station. The nearest parking is the Millennium Point car park, which is clearly signed from the Ring Road, and is just behind the venue.

The Birmingham & Midland Institute is on Margaret Street, behind the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. It's a short walk from the Birmingham REP and Paradise Circus car park.

Martineau Gardens and the Bramall Music Building at the University of Birmingham are in the South of Birmingham, a short drive or bus ride from the city centre. Both have ample parking.

The Old Joint Stock is on Temple Row, next to Birmingham Cathedral. The nearest station is Snow Hill, nearest tram is Corporation Street stop. There is on-street parking and multiple public car parks nearby.

Our festival bookshop is Waterstones on Birmingham New Street, by the Bullring.

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