1000 Trades is an independent neighbourhood bar and kitchen in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham.


We champion all forms of craft over three floors of our nineteenth century building – built as a jewellery workshop and latterly playing host to a badge factory.

That starts with craft beer and natural wine, runs through a rotating kitchen with our resident chef, all to a soundtrack prepared in partnership with Birmingham’s music community. With the artwork of local artists showcased throughout the building. 1000 Trades has space available for community and private events. We are particularly keen to support activities consistent with our craft philosophy.

 

UPCOMING // December

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR OPENING HOURS CHRISTMAS EVE midday-8pm; CHRISTMAS DAY closed; BOXING DAY closed; FRIDAY 27 DEC 4pm-12am; SATURDAY 28 DEC midday-12am SUNDAY 29 DEC midday-11pm; MONDAY 30 DEC midday-11pm; TUESDAY 31 DEC (NYE) midday-2am; NEW YEAR’S DAY closed;...
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1000 Trades: The future of capitalism, the general election, and belonging in Birmingham

“The proper purpose of modern capitalism is to enable mass prosperity,” argues Oxford economics professor Paul Collier in his newish book. “This is a worthwhile goal. But it is not sufficient. In a successful society people flourish, combining prosperity with a sense...
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UPCOMING // November

FRIDAY 1 NOVEMBER    Halloween Disco Soundclash! : Downtempo Disco X Hot Piroski 8pm–2am Disco down to the gates of hell that is Halloween (let’s face it…) with a Halloween not Halloween party to lift your spirits and your legs…. Down Tempo Disco...
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UPCOMING // October

MONDAY 30 SEPTEMBER – SATURDAY 5 OCTOBER (EXCEPT WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER) Trader Kitchen @ 1000 Trades A chance for our resident chef Andrew Gabler to let off some steam after five months in the kitchen. Trader Kitchen is a four day free reign of creative and unique...
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