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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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Maker Monday: Q&A with Tim Wilson

Ever wanted to get creative with art and technology, while collaborating with top media and research experts? Maker Monday has all those bases covered, and then some. We spoke to self-styled ‘creative action man’ Tim Wilson, who spearheads the monthly collaborative...
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Birmingham Jazz plays 1000 Trades

In 1976 jazz-enthusiast George West and six of his Birmingham pals each put £25 on a dining room table. They made a promise to use the grand total to promote live jazz concerts for as long as the money would see through. For the next five years the Warwick Suite of...
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UPCOMING / September

TUESDAY 29 AUGUST – SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER Amantia ‘JQ’ @ 1000 Trades  Birmingham-based Spanish outfit Amantia is bringing delicious fresh tapas to 1000 Trades offering homemade traditional and modern dishes inspired by the best of Mediterranean cuisine. There’s...
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A taste of the Mediterranean – boarding pass not required

The last of the summer sunshine may be on the horizon, but we’ve got the perfect culinary remedy to say adios! to the post-holiday blues. Birmingham-based Spanish outfit Amantia is bringing delicious fresh tapas to 1000 Trades for the month of September. Husband...
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