People tend to check in during these times:
Purchased by the MAMA & Co and re-opened in late September 2010, The Institute has three main areas; the Library, the Institute area & The Temple, along with a separate VIP area.
Don't be late if you're in the balcony as you won't get a seat and you'll be lucky if you can see a thing!
The hmv Institute officially opened back in September 2010 and has since played host to the likes of Bruno Mars, Panic! At The Disco, Ed Sheeran & more! Tickets can be purchased from hmvtickets.com
drinks are way too expensive!
Don't expect to dance. Your feet will stick to the floor within minutes.
Full Moon on Wednesdays is one of the best student nights in Birmingham
Grrrreat intimate venue...some fantastic gigs put on here with unbelievable atmospheres. Saw Miles Kane here tonight who was just awesome...he's the new Johnny Marr! Saw him here too...incredible!!!
Have you eaten in the Courtyard Diner, a converted Airstream caravan? Access to the Courtyard is via the right-hand side of the stage (as you look at it) in both the Institute and Library.
Drinks are expensive. Consider predrinking
Feet sticking to the floor are the utter beauty of raves. Prices are a bit steep though.
Don't buy drinks on saturday night, £4 for a spirit and mixer
Birmingham showed love to my artist Jermaine Riley who opened for Keyshia Cole
You're not allowed to bring gum in!
See The Parlotones here on 11/12/11!
21/06/11 Worst DJ ever, Windows Media Player on a generic indie playlist would be better. No mixing at all! Songs from start to finish. Dead turn out. I'm sorry I paid money for this, I really am.
Good view from the top balcony but it's pretty high so avoid if you're scared of heights!
Come in late to miss the support acts!!! White lies support acts are dire!! Pub bands are sooo much better!!!
What a jewel - fantastic venue for a gig
£10 minimum card spend. Cashpoint in lobby charges. Nearest free cashpoint is Digbeth Coach Station opposite.
Saw Wu Tang here and it was mint..