KILN is a unique dining experience for everyone, from families, to theatre-goers, to cinema lovers and all of you art explorers. KILN provides an accessible space for you to socialise, relax and enjoy delicious, homemade recipes.
Every bite at KILN directly contributes to the art and artists that we so passionately support.
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KILN Café Opening Times
- Monday - Friday: Breakfast 10am - 11.30am, Lunch 11.30am - 4pm (with last orders for hot food 3.45pm*)
- Saturday - Sunday: Breakfast 9.30am - 11.30am, Lunch 11.30am - 5pm (with last orders for hot food 4.45pm*)
*Our food service will be extended for specific evening events.
Image credit: Sam Frank Wood
Please note that menus are currently subject to change due to staff shortages and wider issues with the supply chain. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate some of the challenges being faced by many hospitality venues during this period.
MAC Bar Opening Times
- Monday - Wednesday: 5pm - 9pm
- Thursdays & Fridays: 5pm - 9.30pm
- Saturdays: 12pm - 9.30pm
- Sundays: 12pm - 6pm
Express Grab & Go
Located under our main staircase in the foyer, our Express Till will be open everyday from 9am - 5pm serving hot & cold drinks, sandwiches, salads, snacks and ice cream, to take away or to enjoy on-site at MAC.
Only food and drink bought at MAC may be consumed on these premises. MAC is an independent registered charity that aims to make art accessible to everyone. All profits from MAC’s café and bar are reinvested back into the charity. This is an important source of income and your support is hugely valued.
KILN features large black and white photographs by Derek Bishton, Brian Homer and John Reardon, which featured in the exhibition Handsworth Self-portrait: 40 Years On.
KILN has been created with 2G Design and Build as part of a wider, ongoing redevelopment capital project, which began in 2018. From the height of the table tops, provided by Foresso, a local company specialising in sustainable surfaces, through to space for parents with buggies and lighting for visibility, KILN's design is ethically-conscious and accessibility-focused.
KILN is supported by Arts Council England (ACE), players of the People’s Postcode Lottery through the Postcode Culture Trust, and The Roughly Trust. Read more about the capital project and KILN here.
Images: Jack Spicer Adams, Tom Bird, Kieran Naughton