Step inside the huge front doors and you step back in time to Victorian splendour. You'll discover a magnificent room dominated by an imposing glass domed ceiling underneath which is an island bar.
The Old Joint Stock Pub is located in the heart of Birmingham's city centre amongst the banks and international commerce and opposite the cathedral. Built in 1864, this grade two listed building was designed by Julius Alfred Chatwin, best known as a builder of many Victorian churches. Prior to being taken over by Lloyds Bank in 1889 it was the Birmingham Joint Stock Bank.
The building became one of Fuller's prime outlets in 1997 and the OLD JOINT STOCK THEATRE opened in October 2006.
Good food from a seasonal menu is served from 12noon until 10pm Monday to Saturday and on a Sunday from 12noon until 4pm and complimented by the full range of Fuller's Ales, as well as a local guest ale and an extensive wine list. Our pies are legendary; our service friendly and our staff attentive.
The Old Joint Stock is also home to the Birmingham Wine School in the first floor Function Room and to 'Jazz in the Bar' on the last Wednesday of every month and every Sunday lunchtime between 1pm and 3pm.
We also offer private function rooms for hire with full catering facilities, including a la carte and function buffets.
General Manager - Paul Bancroft
The Old Joint Stock Pub and Theatre,
4 Temple Row West,
Birmingham, B2 5NY