The Subscription Rooms, Stroud

Summary:

Built in 1833 by public subscription, the Subscription Rooms still plays an important part in the community and hosts year-round arts and entertainment, exhibitions, markets and meetings.
Stroud Subscription Rooms was built in 1833 by public subscription.
The Subscription Rooms is a handsome late Regency building in the heart of Stroud and hosts year-round arts and entertainment, exhibitions, markets and meetings.

Built in 1833 by public subscription, the venue still plays an important part in the community and is now owned and managed by Stroud District Council.

The Ballroom seats up to 450 people and presents all kinds of popular and classical concerts and occasional theatre performances. The sprung dance floor makes it a popular venue for dances and dance classes.

The George Room on the ground floor hosts regular exhibitions where you can see some of the wealth of local artistic talent.

The Subscription Rooms is now owned and managed by Stroud District Council and hosts the district council’s Tourist Information Centre where you can buy tickets for events at the Subscription Rooms and throughout the district.

On the forecourt you can find regular street entertainment, markets and gatherings.

Call 01453 760900, email tic@stroud.gov.uk or visit www.subscriptionrooms.org.uk
 

More Information

Address:

George Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 1AE

Telephone:

01453 760900

Email:

subscription.rooms@stroud.gov.uk

Website:

www.subscriptionrooms.org.uk

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