You’ll find us in the heart of Birmingham city centre, in Centenary Square. We’re attached to the Library of Birmingham and next door to the ICC and Symphony Hall.
The whole area has changed dramatically in recent months with the new Metro extension, the rapid growth of the new Paradise development near the Town Hall, and new or redeveloped buildings for HSBC and the University of Birmingham – well worth a visit.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Follow signs for the City Centre and International Convention Centre and use B1 2EP for sat nav.
You can find secure parking nearby at Q-Park (Brindleyplace, use B1 2JF) just a short walk from us. Book online and save up to 40% or download their app and save a further 10% by using the promo code REP10. We’re so grateful to Q Park who donate 10% of your parking fee to REP First, our £1m fundraising campaign. With the Q-Park app you can also earn cashback from retail and restaurant partners.
Parking cannot be booked via The Rep but is also available nearby on Brindley Drive, at The Mailbox, Paradise Circus Multi-Storey, Utilita Arena, Tennant Street and Holliday Street. With big events at the Utilita Arena or Symphony Hall you’re always advised to allow extra time for your journey.
The Rep is within Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone. This may affect your journey if you’re travelling by car. Head to the Brum Breathes website for more information.
By Public Transport
We are easily accessible by bus. Plan your journey with Network West Midlands or call the West Midlands Journey Planner hotline on 0871 200 22 33 (charges apply).
We are less than one mile from New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street stations, and train times can be checked at the National Rail website. There are taxi ranks at each station.
The Library tram stop is directly opposite us on Centenary Square. Plan your journey with West Midlands Metro.
For Blue Badge holders, Parking is available outside Brindley Drive car park and on Cambridge Street at the rear of our building, but spaces are extremely limited. Visit our Access page for more information.
Details about West Midlands Special Needs Transport can be found on the Ring & Ride website.
Please note: Construction of Birmingham’s most anticipated new development scheme, the transformation of 17 acres at Paradise Circus in the heart of the city centre, has begun. The £500m development will include major demolition, significant infrastructure changes and enhancements to the public realm, including improvements to Chamberlain Square and the development will now be known simply as ‘Paradise’.
For further information on the first phase of roadworks and how getting to and from The Rep may affect you, please click here, where regular updates will be shared.