Quality Hotel Dudley
Dudley, EN DY1 4RN
Phone: (44) 1384 458070
Fax: (44) 1384 457502
Showcase Cinemas is one of the biggest multiplex chains of UK. This one at Dudley is a fine place to get entertained with film and fun. It has a couple screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For movie times, ticket prices and further information please see their website or call +44 87 1220 1000.
The institute was built in Cradley Hearth as a social center for the Black Country. It was used to provide education and conduct meetings and lectures for the local workers. Workers could also approach the union offices for assistance. Built in 1912, it was shifted form its original place to the Black Country Living Museum in 2006. The institute is an important landmark of British labor history. The union offices and the auditorium, where meetings where conducted are situated on the ground floor. On the top floor is a memorial exhibition dedicated to one of the greatest union leaders- Mary Macarthur. The auditorium today, hosts various cultural events and entertainment activities. The institute is a part of the Black Country Living Museum and the prices mentioned are inclusive of the entire museum and not just the institute.
Blessed with an attractive location, the Dudley Concert Hall is a versatile event space that lends itself to a myriad of uses. This stunning concert hall is also the largest event space in the borough and neighboring areas. Businessmen will love to use the large space to host product launches, conferences, trade shows among other events. The arts are represented here by means of various art exhibits, dance shows, live gigs, music performances and cultural events that take place regularly. Fashion lovers can use the space to organize fashion events and shows and delight their audiences. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
The Oldbury Rep has been entertaining audiences for some 60 years. It does so in a 176-seat theater, with a program that is interesting and varied. A typical season includes classic comedies by writers such as Noel Coward and JB Priestley, something for the children to enjoy, and perhaps a modern drama. Contact the box office on the number given for full details of current performances and times. Do call or check website for show schedules.
ODEON Dudley assures you a fun cinematic experience that is bound to keep you enthralled. Call +44 871 224 4007 for more.
This unique house was built for residential purposes in 1878 by George Alfred Haden Haden-Best. The house is located along with the previously constructed Haden Hall in a 55 acre (22.26 hectares) estate and was bought over for public subscription. The estate is now used as a park for the public and the Haden Hill House has been converted into a small museum. This museum attracts a large amount of visitors with its list of programs and activities for all ages. The house is designed in a Victorian style and houses many Victorian objects. The museum has special services to aid school visits and holds many interesting activities for school children. The Oak House inside the house is also rented out for private events, most prominently weddings. This glorious house is a much-loved place to visit in the locality.
The Public, located in central West Bromwich, is a famous and upbeat venue of the city. Owned by a community arts organization, this edifice stages several live entertainment events that are held in the city. Apart from hosting live musicals, art workshops, comedy and theater events, the Public also stages corporate events, parties and seminars on a regular basis. The Theatre, Longroom and the Gallery and the Pinktank are the areas within the building where these events take place. Check website for further details.
Robin 2 is home to a multitude of music events, concerts and performances from time to time. Groove to the loud music pumped out by upcoming artistes as well as live bands. Accommodating a crowd of around 700 people, this venue has an on-site bar that serves a host of drinks during performances nights. Tired after tapping your feet to racy music? Rest your feet at the adjoining Robin 2 hotel that offers comfortable accommodation at modest prices. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
Situated on the western edge of the city, Reel cinema has four screens with the largest one having a capacity for 300 spectators. A perfect place for cinema-goers to enjoy latest Hollywood blockbusters as well as some of the best picks from the art-world. Call or visit their website to know more.
The Himley hall was home to the Lords and Knights of Dudley for around four centuries. It used to be a moated manor until it was relocated along with the medieval church nearby in 1764. Lancelot Brown designed the adjoining park of the mansion and there it stands today in all its glory. From the Earls, the house passed on to the local district council after the coal mining industry declined. The park and house were opened to the public in 1966. Currently, the Himley house boasts of fully furnished rooms, conference halls, Art- Deco styled suits and lounge bars. It also hosts a lot of exhibitions with many pots, costumes, paintings, arts and crafts from its previous owners on display. The hall is also rented out for special occasions like birthdays and weddings.
The Halesowen Members Club is a local venue for a variety of events. Psychic readings, meetings, live music shows and are just some of the kinds of events that take place here. The club also has a bar serving drinks to keep guests entertained.
The Bescot Stadium, the Banks' is Walsall Football Club's backyard. Opened in 1990, this lush green arena can accommodate a whopping 11,300 people. The excitement during the matches will always be at this stadium, such is the magic of football.