Welcome to the night!
As the sun settles behind the hills in the west, Gloucestershire’s night spots really come to life.
2 Pigs is one of Cheltenham’s longest running live music venues, with a friendly, chilled out, relaxed atmosphere and great heated outside courtyard. Open every Friday and Saturday for club nights, themed events and gigs.
This is the only destination you need for a complete night out. Atik boasts the best DJs, lighting and sound in the industry and the largest dance floors to showcase your dance moves! Find it in Gloucester.
The intimate Cheltenham Playhouse on Cheltenham’s Bath Road has musical and theatrical performances and films – all organised by its volunteer staff. You’re quite likely to bump into the cast in the quaint Green Room bar.
Cosy Club serves up a sense of being somewhere special with a hint of nostalgia. From a lazy breakfast to family lunch or a night out in your glad rags, Cosy Club are set apart by the character of its team and elegance of its design.
Crazy Eights is ‘Cheltenham’s coolest bar’ with a New York vibe. You’ll find it located in the basement of 131, the Promenade, a boutique townhouse hotel and restaurant that are best described as ‘achingly hip’.
Cross Keys Inn
If you’d rather be a music-maker than be in the audience, there are regular opportunities at the Cross Keys Inn, which is a 16th-century free house in the historic centre of Gloucester. Its live mic evenings are unmissable!
Crown & Trumpet
A regular winner of Pub of the Year, the Crown & Trumpet in Broadway is a 17th-century inn, complete with Cotswold stone, flagged floors and CAMRA-recommended exclusive beers. Live bands perform here, too.
The Everyman is Gloucestershire’s theatre – and has been serving the county (and beyond) since 1891. Its main auditorium is an architectural masterpiece designed by Frank Matcham that has inspired generations of performers.
Frog & Fiddle
The Frog & Fiddle has been serving the people of Cheltenham since 1998, it has become an iconic social scene symbol. And with live music, good beer and all major sporting events shown on one of 12 screens. What more do you want…
Harry Cook Freehouse
Nestled amongst elegant Georgian architecture and independent boutique shops in Cheltenham, Harry Cook Free House is the perfect setting for a laid-back yet distinctly memorable drinking and dining experience.
Experience the best bowling Cheltenham can offer, book one of the 16 state-of-the-art lanes and strike it lucky at Hollywood Bowl! With fantastic deals on food and drinks, it’s the perfect place to enjoy fun-filled memories.
The up-and-coming Kings Theatre is run by and for the people of Gloucester as a venue for amateur theatre, dance and music. Run entirely by volunteers, it is a unique and valuable asset to the city’s cultural life.
Kingsholm Stadium is a rugby and events venue that has a capacity of 16,115. The stadium regularly hosts pop concerts, generally when the season has ended and has hosted acts ranging from Tom Jones to McFly.
Cocktails are a passion at Lily Gins, it’s loud, extroverted and unashamedly awesome. The bar is full of excitement and energy, it serves a great range of innovative cocktails, expertly crafted by the experienced bartenders.
Somewhere Else is a deli bar located in the heart of the Cotswolds, in historic Cirencester. It’s open for brunch, lunch, bar snacks and delectable cocktails. It’s open until late Tuesday to Saturday and until 3pm on Mondays.
Stroud Subscription Rooms is the leading venue in the Stroud district, presenting a wide range of performances and events including music and gigs of all genres, theatre, comedy, dance and spoken word.
The Barn Theatre
The vision of The Barn Theatre is to be a world-renowned theatre destination, inspiring, challenging and entertaining all audiences. It is a producing house, enriching lives with outstanding theatre, education and culture.
Since opening, The Centaur has seen a number of popular bands and comedy acts perform in front of sell-out audiences – Stereophonics, The Vamps, Lee Evans, Rizzle Kicks, Jon Richardson and Jack Dee to name a few.
The Miners Arms
The Miners Arms is a destination pub and restaurant that embraces the wonderful local produce available in and around the Forest of Dean. It features seven real ale and cider pumps, live music and two gardens and a patio area.
The Vaults is hidden away underground in the servants quarters of Cirencester’s Old Beeches House. With an enchanting courtyard garden to the rear, it is the perfect venue for escaping from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The idyllic, stone built, Tuckwell Amphitheatre is the perfect setting for an Open-air Theatre Festival. Surrounded by lush trees and shrubs, this magical venue attracts the very best in touring open-air theatre from across the UK.