The Billiard Hall, West Bromwich - A Sandwell Gem!

The Billiard Hall is a JD Wetherspoon Freehouse on St Michael's Street in West Bromwich. It was purpose built as a snooker and billiard hall. It was built in 1913.

Where is The Billiard Hall?

The Billiard Hall is at St Michael's Street, West Bromwich Ringway, West Bromwich, B70 7AB


In brief

Built as a snooker and billiard hall in 1913 in West Bromwich, since the early 21st century, the building has been used as a JD Wetherspoon Free House.

Billiard HallBilliard Hall, West Bromwich (May 2017). Photography by Elliott Brown


The Billiard Hall - history

A purpose built building dating to 1913 as a snooker and billiard hall, with it's original facade retained.

It was built for Willie Holt, the billiard table manufacturer.

JD Wetherspoon took over the building by at least the 2000s and turned it into a Free House.

There is a taxi rank outside, and is opposite of West Bromwich Bus Station.


Contact details

The Billiard Hall

St Michael’s Street

West Bromwich Ringway

West Bromwich

West Midlands

B70 7AB

0121 580 2892

Project dates

28 Jan 2023 - On-going


History & heritage, Food & drink, Classic Architecture


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