About the venue
The Old Joint Stock pub is a grade II listed building opposite St Philip's cathedral in the heart of the city centre.
Built in 1862 by Julius Alfred Chatwin, the establishment was originally designed as a library before becoming the Birmingham Joint Stock Bank. Lloyds Banks then took ownership of the premises in 1889. More than a century later, and The Old Joint Stock is a stunning pub - making a wonderful feature of the original fixtures and fittings.
It's just a 7 minute walk from Birmingham New Street station and 3 minutes from Snow Hill station.
How to get there
The Old Joint Stock - Birmingham
4 Temple Row, Birmingham