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The Rep


6 Centenary Sq, Birmingham B1 2EP

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Birmingham Repertory Theatre, or ‘The Rep’ for short is a world-class producing theatre in the heart of Birmingham.

For the BDF Conference 2023, we’ll be in the main auditorium which seats 800 people. Enter via Centenary Square next to the library.


Via train
The Rep is a 10-15 minute walk from the three main Birmingham stations in Birmingham (New Street, Snow Hill & Moor Street). You an also take the tram from Snow Hill and New Street to Centenary Square.

Via car
The Rep is accessible by car, with multistorey car parks located in within a 5 minute walk:

Paradise Circus Multistorey (cheapest)
Brindleyplace Multistorey (pre-booking available)
Mailbox Car Park

Food & Refreshments

There will be tea and coffee available to purchase at the venue. For breakfast and lunch en route and during the breaks we recommend heading back into the City Centre or heading over to Brindleyplace, both are a 5 minute walk from the venue.

Nearby recommendations
The Rep cafe bar (onsite and open during the Conference)
Faculty (Cafe en route from New Street)
Yorks Cafe (Cafe en route from New Street)
Medicine (on New Street)
Rudy’s Pizza (off New Street)
Bodega (off New Street)
Purecraft Bar & Kitchen (off New Street)
Tiger Bites Pig (next to New Street)
Dishoom (near the venue)

Brindleyplace (lots of chain places to eat & drink)
Yorks Cafe at Ikon Gallery (Brindleyplace)
Rudy’s Pizza (Brindleyplace)


  • Shop
  • Cafe
  • Bar
  • Nearby Parking
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Accessible Seating Available
  • Toilets
  • Accessible Toilets

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