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Welcome to the Eloquent Centre, a vibrant and versatile creative space nestled in the heart of Central Birmingham. Whether you're an artist, performer, or event organiser, our venue is the perfect canvas for your imagination to flourish.


Eloquent Centre is a multifaceted gem in the heart of Birmingham, offering a range of spacious and well-equipped studios designed to cater to a diverse array of creative pursuits. 


The Main Hall at Eloquent Centre is a grand and versatile space that can accommodate a wide range of events. With its expansive layout and high ceilings, it's perfect for hosting exhibitions, conferences, and large gatherings. Whether you're planning an art show to showcase local talent or a corporate event to impress your clients, our Main Hall provides the blank canvas you need to bring your vision to life.


In addition to our studio and Main Hall offerings, Eloquent Centre also features well-appointed meeting rooms that are ideal for workshops, seminars, and business meetings. These rooms are well equipped ensuring a productive and comfortable environment for your attendees.


Centrally located in Birmingham, Eloquent Centre is easily accessible by public transport and offers ample parking facilities nearby, making it convenient for both local and out-of-town visitors. 


Book our exceptional spaces today and unlock the full potential of your artistic or business endeavours in the heart of Central Birmingham. Discover the difference that Eloquent Centre can make for your next event or project.

CONTACT or CALL 0121 824 9400 to book our space today.


  • Full-length mirrors

  • Sound equipment including Bluetooth and aux options

  • Male and Female toilets

  • For dance activity, the capacity in our main hall is 30 people

  • Parking to the rear of our building 

  • Welcoming reception area

  • Dressing room

  • Wifi available to all hirers and guests

  • Easily located just outside the Birmingham City Centre

  • Outside the clean air zone

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