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The 'beating heart' of Birmingham

Chamberlain Square, in central Birmingham, is named after the statesman and mayor of Birmingham, Joseph Chamberlain. It is host to many of Birmingham's great classic and modern architecture and will continue to grow as the important heart of the City. ChamberlianSq.com is a digital space where people can follow all that is happening in Chamberlain Square and connect with others that share a passion for Chamberlain Square.

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Introducing Chamberlainsq.com - a FreeTimePays Community of Passion

Chamberlainsq.com is all about involving people in growing a Chamberlain Square Community of Passion and providing a digital space where people who work there or love to visit the Square can share their passions and collect points for passions shared.

With full access to FreeTimePays, our contributors can promote themselves and their passions. 

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Introducing Chamberlainsq.com - a FreeTimePays Community of Passion





Chamberlainsq.com is all about involving people in growing a Chamberlain Square Community of Passion and providing a digital space where people who work there or love to visit the Square can share their passions and collect points for passions shared.

With full access to FreeTimePays, our contributors can promote themselves and their passions. 

View the article.

Camberlainsq.com is a Community of Passion that utilises FreeTimePays digital engagement and social media to deliver real change and positive social impact.

‘People with Passion’ are given the digital space and the digital tools so they can make a real difference for themselves and others.

With Passion Points and with the support of our FreeTimePays partners, we recognise the difference and the contribution people make and the positive impact they collectively deliver.

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Connect here to find out more about the types of FreeTimePays partnerships and collaborations we are looking to create and grow at ChamberlainSq.com. 

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Construction & regeneration
29 Aug 2019 - Daniel Sturley
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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square - August 2019

Here is the latest gallery of photos of Two Chamberlain Square which is externally completed and the fit out is commencing.

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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square - August 2019





Here is the latest gallery of photos of Two Chamberlain Square which is externally completed and the fit out is commencing.


Photos by Daniel Sturley

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Construction & regeneration
29 Aug 2019 - Daniel Sturley
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PwC Change and Engagement Team Interior Inspection - August 28th 2019

PwC's Change and Engagement Team with Chair Matthew Hammond made an interior inspection of the progress at their new headquarters One Chamberlain Square. Daniel was invited along to get some photos and had an opportunity to take some brand new viewpoints of the city through the windows. 

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PwC Change and Engagement Team Interior Inspection - August 28th 2019





PwC's Change and Engagement Team with Chair Matthew Hammond made an interior inspection of the progress at their new headquarters One Chamberlain Square. Daniel was invited along to get some photos and had an opportunity to take some brand new viewpoints of the city through the windows. 


Photos by Daniel Sturley

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Construction & regeneration
27 Aug 2019 - Daniel Sturley
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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square - August 2019

Here's a large gallery of photos of the externally complete One Chamberlain Square from several angles, look out for a gallery of interior shots soon.

 

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square - August 2019





Here's a large gallery of photos of the externally complete One Chamberlain Square from several angles, look out for a gallery of interior shots soon.

 


Photography by Daniel Sturley

 

 

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26 Aug 2019 - Elliott Brown
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Home of Metal at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery presents Black Sabbath 50 Years - Elliott went to visit

This Black Sabbath exhibition at the Gas Hall in the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery opened on the 26th June 2019, running until 29th September 2019. I finally booked my ticket online and went on the morning of 23rd August 2019. The museum opens at 10:30am on Friday's, so had to wait until they unlocked the doors. Spent around half an hour looking round the exhibition.

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Home of Metal at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery presents Black Sabbath 50 Years - Elliott went to visit





This Black Sabbath exhibition at the Gas Hall in the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery opened on the 26th June 2019, running until 29th September 2019. I finally booked my ticket online and went on the morning of 23rd August 2019. The museum opens at 10:30am on Friday's, so had to wait until they unlocked the doors. Spent around half an hour looking round the exhibition.


My full gallery of photos is now on my Flickr here Home of Metal: Black Sabbath 50 Years. The official website for Home of Metal relating to this exhibition and for booking your ticket online is here Home of Metal: Black Sabbath 50 Years a Major Exhibition.

While the usual route to Chamberlain Square is blocked off due to the Paradise Birmingham works, you can go round the back via Eden Place and Edmund Street. When the doors are open you can go in via the Edmund Street entrance for the Gas Hall. Just show your QR code in the email or PDF, and head through the revolving doors. Ticket was £12 plus £1.57 fee (£13.57 in total).

 

First thing you would see is this Black Sabbath sign. Take a selfie here. Only a year ago this view would have been on Dippy the dinosaur!

Buy your Black Sabbath merchandise from here. T-shirts were £20 when I had a proper look. Was other items such as mugs and coasters. You can also buy Black Sabbath items from the main museum shop.

Later saw this sign in the Black Sabbath merchandise shop area. They invented Heavy Metal. And it led to all other forms of metal music around the world.

Behind the shop was a collection of Black Sabbath t-shirts that the fans could buy or have bought in the past. "It's the people's music, it always has been" - Bill Ward.

Harley Davidson motorbike from 2006. Courtesty of Ric Lovett. It has been heavily customised displaying the owner's love of Black Sabbath.

In the centre was this darkened area. At the back was Ozzy and Tony. Later went back in here to find Geezer and Bill at the other side.

Back of display cases. This side stars with Ozzy in period photos from the 1970s probably.

The other end of the back of those display cases. Ozzy Osbourne the main singer, Geezer Butler was the bassist, Tony Iommi on the guitar and Bill Ward on the drums.

A recreation of Tony Iommi's home recording studio.

A recreation of the Black Sabbath stage with some of the costumes that they may have worn. They played at venues all over the world.

One corner had a display about Ozzy Osbourne, as well as a drawing of him! Known the world over as the "Prince of Darkness".

A Black Sabbath fans living room, belonging to Stephen Knowles. Quite a collection of Black Sabbath memorabilia here.

I'd seen photos of this on Social Media. Where are you from? A map of the world. Of course I took off a red sticker and placed it over Birmingham! Fans mostly from the West Midlands and around Europe. Some from the America's, China and Australia / New Zealand as well.

In the far right hand corner of the Gas Hall was these guitars. Apparently you can try and play them. Was also another selfie spot! Around here showing all the albums that Black Sabbath released.

The other side of the guitars and world map. This end of the museum is usually for kids to play or draw. Just behind here is kid tables for colouring in Black Sabbath pictures.

Photos taken by Elliott Brown.

For more posts and a great gallery of photos go HERE.

Follow me on Twitter here ellrbrown.

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