Party venue

The new CRANE party venue opens this week in the city center

A huge new party venue is opening in Birmingham, named after its industrial heritage.

CRANE derives its title from the yellow machine that hangs from the roof and spans the width of the warehouse, a multi-purpose building that can be used for nightclubs, events, markets, street food and the theater.

Overlooking the canal on Bowyer Street in Digbeth, the ground floor is 12,000 square feet while there is also a 7,000 square foot cellar and mezzanine.

The main room of the new Digbeth CRANE site, with the yellow crane machines spanning the warehouse

He comes from the team behind the Rainbow Venues and is fired. Expect high ceilings, tiled floors, and exposed brick – a historic feel but with a high-tech sound system.

You can hire it from £ 2,000 a day.

The exterior of the new Digbeth CRANE venue

It will officially launch on Friday September 29 with a party, but the first event is Bongo’s Bingo tomorrow night, Wednesday September 27.

It’s bingo with a big difference, involving rave intervals, dancing, heckling, audience participation, and prizes ranging from cereal boxes to large amounts of cash.

CRANE transformed into a meeting place

The opening night features Steve Lawler, Richy Ahmed, Kölsch, Cristoph and Roth $ tein playing in the main hall of CRANE, then Pawsa and Pax playing in the Cellar and Paradox City and others on the Hangar terrace overlooking the canal. .

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