O2 Institute 2 Birmingham, also known as ‘The Library’ is one of the main rooms in the Birmingham Institute. With a decent capacity of 600 people, this is the second biggest room (after the main auditorium) in the Institute. If you choose The Library you will not be disappointed; it will deliver you an unforgettable musical experience. Well-known performers like Jamie Woon
, The Cure
, Pink Floyd, Artic Monkeys and many others had their shows hosted by the venue.
The venue is located on 78 Digbeth High Street, Birmingham, B5 6DY, and there are several ways of getting there:
By train and tube: The closest station to the Institute is Birmingham New Street. Exit the station and head to the south on Dudley St until you reach a crossroad with Edgbaston St. There you switch streets and head forward to Digbeth St. A walk to the south, and you will reach the venue.
By bus: buses 6, 17, 37, 58, 59, 60, 73, 97, 900 and 957 can drop you a couple of minutes away from the venue, on the same street. Numbers 2, 3, 5, 31, 35 and 50 can lead you on the opposite side of Digbeth St.
By car: the postcode for satellite navigation is B5 6DY. If you follow B4100 direction, you will not miss the Institute.
International: take a rail from Stechford, Water Orton or Hamstead. Exit at Birmingham New Street station and walk to the building (as shown above).
You can leave your car at the Moat Lane Car Park. It’s located a couple of minutes away from the venue. The park offers accessible spots for Blue Badgers.
Accessibility for people with special needs
‘The Library’ can be visited by everyone including the ones with special needs. The staff would be glad to greet and help you through any difficulties. The venue supports wheelchair access and disabled toilets.