St Lazar’s Hall

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 a tucked away iconic 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 spacious venue ideal for conferences, weddings, communal meetings and any other occasion. The building comprises of the:

Main Hall

  • Seated capacity – 100
  • Standing capacity – 120
  • Large stage, dance floor and circumferencing balcony
  • Tables and chairs provided
  • 8 channel mixing desk
  • 2 Bose 802 Series II speakers
  • PA system capable of playing CDs and from mobile devices
  • Projector and screen available on request
  • Free WIFI


  • 12 large gas hobs
  • 2 extra large ovens
  • Large fridge & chest freezer
  • Boiling water tap
  • 2 extra large sinks
  • Microwave
  • Plate warmer
  • Ample preparation surfaces
  • Large coffee & tea thermal flasks
  • Large traditional kettles and tea pots
  • Cutlery, crockery and serving dishes/bowls for 100 diners


  • Seated capacity – 30
  • Standing capacity – 40
  • We do not have a full license and are therefore unable to provide alcoholic drinks


  • Male & Female
  • Disabled with baby changing facilities

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