Find out more about what's happening at IET Birmingham: Austin Court.
Our venue in the heart of Birmingham was the home to the South Africa team during their visit to the city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Our historic venue in the heart of the Midlands has hosted the BBC preview of My Name is Leon with the film’s cast, led by Sir Lenny Henry, in attendance.
IET Birmingham: Austin Court has recently been accredited with a Greengage ECOsmart gold award.
At Austin Court, we’ve introduced an in-house hybrid solution for larger events to maximise engagement with a new ‘pod’ concept with unbeatable technology solutions and an experienced AV team on hand.
Following the news that UK events are soon set to resume, we conducted research that found 60% of people are expecting Christmas parties to be more important than ever in 2020.
As IET Birmingham: Austin Court prepares to safely reopen for socially distanced events once permitted, the centrally located venue has shared its extensive precautions for the reassurance of event planners.
Here at IET Birmingham: Austin Court we’ve released a comprehensive series of hybrid event packages to break down the borders of events in Birmingham to far-reaching audiences.
IET Venues has reached the turn of the year following a strong 12 months which has seen a host of new clients and audiences making their way to IET London: Savoy Place and IET Birmingham: Austin Court.
IET Birmingham: Austin Court has undergone £450k of soft refurbishments, keeping the venues historic charm, whilst enhancing the event experience for clients who are looking to host a city-centre event.
IET Birmingham: Austin Court, part of IET Venues, has installed a series of permanent engineering exhibits across the city-centre venue, celebrating ground-breaking objects and innovations from the West Midlands.