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Originally built as an institutional church attached to Carr's Lane Congregational Church in 1908. It was used as a theatre and church hall until 1954. It was bought by Birmingham City Council in 1955 for £65,000 and was used as a civic hall. It is now the HMV Institute, after an expensive refit to make it a major music venue. (re-opened in 2010)

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Author Tony Hisgett from Birmingham, UK
Camera location52° 28′ 32.48″ N, 1° 53′ 15.28″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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