United Kingdom, Birmingham, Custard Factory

Birmingham, Custard Factory

The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England. The Custard Factory complex is set in five acres (20,000 m²) of factory buildings, originally constructed by Sir Alfred Frederick Bird (1849 – 1922) and designed by Hamblins. Now the Custard Factory is home to a business especially artistic and media but also other entertainment category groups. The Custard Factory includes the Medicine Bar, Punch Records, Fused Magazine and the Tindal Street Press. The Birmingham branches of the National Trust, the Press Association, Royal Town Planning Institute, Terrence Higgins Trust, and Prince's Trust can be found there.

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