Serbian Orthodox Church of the Holy Prince Lazar | St Lazar’s Hall
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St Lazar’s Hall

After the church was completed in 1968, the parishioners built a small hall as a point of congregation after services. As the amount of people attending grew oer the years, it became apparent that the small hall was no longer suitable. Therefore, a plan was created to build a much larger hall with better facilities.


In 1991, the community built St Lazar’s Hall. The architect was Predrag Ristić and £20,000 was donated towards the cost of construction by Charles, Prince of Wales. The hall is considered to be a Birmingham landmark. Inside the tower is a small chapel dedicated to St Evgenija, who’s patron date is 1st August. 

Book St Lazar’s Hall


St Lazar’s Hall is a perfect venue for any occasion. The building comprises of the main hall, kitchen and cellar bar. The main hall contains a large stage, dance floor and circumferencing balcony. The hall can accommodate up to 100 people seated and 120 standing and contains an audio system A projector and screen can be provided upon request. The kitchen contains 6 large gas hobs with a fridge, freezer and two large sinks. The cellar bar provides extra space for 30 people seated if required. We do not have full license and are therefore unable to provide alcoholic drinks unless you are a member.


If you are interested in booking the hall, click here to contact us.