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

We are bringing new life to a listed building, celebrating
and championing all forms of craft.

That starts with craft beer and natural wine,
runs through kitchen residencies by food entrepreneurs,
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.

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GBG Rosettenp 2018

Little Borracho goes grande at 1000 Trades

Celebrated Birmingham eatery El Borracho de Oro returns this month after last year’s stunning debut. We’ve handed the keys to the kitchen over to Birmingham’s hardest working restaurateur (discuss), Emma-Louise Yufera. Q: Emma, we’re well excited to welcome you back...
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 FRIDAY 2 MARCH Birmingham Jazz Presents: Charlie Bates Sextet 7.45pm After the success of his debut big band album, Charlie Bates has formed an exciting new sextet to play original new music and arrangements. His music has been labelled ‘impressive and inventive’ by...
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New book challenges perceptions on Birmingham

With nearly a third of Birmingham’s residents being of minority ethnic origin and nearly 40% of our population being under 25 years of age, our city is the youngest city in Europe and, by any measure, also one of the most diverse. These strengths, of course, owe much...
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A schooner with… Nicola Shipley

It’s here! Round three of our deep dive into the minds of our favourite people at 1000 Trades. Here’s what happened when Nicola Shipley, director of Grain Photography Hub, dropped in for a schooner. Q: Hey Nicola, thanks for coming in. As the name goes, we’re obliged...
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