01. the spaces

Music, art, food and drink are at the very heart of Lower Trinity Street, and over the past five years it’s become the key entertainment district of Birmingham’s creative quarter. Housed under Victorian railway arches, the street has a true industrial backdrop, surrounded by street-art from some of the UK’s most influential street artists. Digbeth has really cemented itself as the independent haven of the city. Spearheaded by The Custard Factory, which is a hub of creative workspace, it’s a true destination for work and play. Each and every space on Lower Trinity Street has a true identity, but with global influences. We have worked with some incredible brands and creative minds for anything from product launches, corporate parties, filming, photography, ground-breaking installations, club nights, exhibitions and conferences.

02. the spaces


Spotlight, Unit 2 Lower Trinity Street B9 4AG

A low red lit bar and electronic music space that manages to make industrial feel comfortable. Red chesterfield sofas meet brutalist concrete and Victorian brickwork to create an ultra modern vibe. Spotlight was the first bar to grace Lower Trinity Street, and is deeply routed within the Digbeth community as one of it’s favourite after- work spots.

mama roux's

Spotlight, Unit 2 Lower Trinity Street Digbeth B9 4AG

It’s an exuberant bar and live music venue that was born from a love of New Orlean’s and Deep South America. The interesting decor is truly unique, and really embraces the essence of the American south. It’s a three levelled space, offering versatility and an enhanced view of the stage.

café colette

Cafe Colette, Lower Trinity Street B9 4AG

It’s the newest addition to the street: An art deco, 1920’s cocktail bar is not quite what you’d expect to find in one of the West Midland’s most industrial locations, but it’s glamour and decadents are a welcome addition. Hand painted mural’s, flamingo toilets and striking chequered bar and flooring are not it’s most stand out features: here the hand crafted cocktails and artisan liquor do the talking.

03. specifications


  1. 250 capacity
  2. Private bar
  3. Martin Audio sound system
  4. Free wifi
  5. Large mirror ball & red down lighters

Café Colette

  1. 90 seated capacity
  2. Premium private bar
  3. Cocktail trained staff

Additional Information

  1. Additional lighting packages on request.
  2. All spaces can be linked seamlessly with a shared, secured front garden.

Mama Roux’s Live Music Spec

  1. 300 capacity
  1. Hire Includes

  2. Venue rental includes:
  3. PA & lights (as per our spec)
  4. In-house sound engineer
  5. Box office staff
  6. Local advertising contripution
  7. Production office / Wifi
  8. All the above is based on a 3pm – 11pm live show.
  9. Ages 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
  1. Additional Charges

  2. Additional Charges
  3. In-house rep £10 per hour
  4. Additional box office staff £10 per hour
  5. Stage hands Standard rates
  6. Extended operational hours
  7. Rate available for club shows.
  8. Any additional requests, earlier load ins etc, please email us.
  1. Main PA

  2. Nexo Alpha-E System with Camco Amplification and Nexo NX Processing, consisting of:
  3. 4 x Alpha EM
  4. 4 x Alpha B118
  5. 2 x B2 Sub
  6. 3 x Camco Vortex 6
  7. 1 x NX241
  8. 1 x Symetrix Radius 12x8 (Overall System Processor)
  1. Moniters

  2. Moniters
  3. Nexo PS15 monitor system
  4. 5 cabinets on 4 mixes.
  5. 5 x Nexo PS15
  6. 2 x Camco Vortex 6
  7. 2 x Nexo NX241
  1. Control

  2. Behringer X32
  1. Microphones/DI boxes

  2. 4 x Shure SM58
  3. 3 x Shure SM57
  4. 3 x Sennheiser e604
  5. 1 x Shure Beta 91A
  6. 1 x Shure Beta 52A
  7. Rode M5 matched pair
  8. 2 x Orchid Electronics Micro DI box 4 x Orchid Electronics Classic DI box
  1. Stands

  2. 7 x Tall boom stands
  3. 3 x Short boom stands
If you have any questions please email us

04. the plans