Friday 29 May 2020

Gloucester Guildhall

23 Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1NS | (01452) 503050

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Next week we launch the first annual #gloucestershiremusicproject With a focus on music and events, this student l… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… Retweeted by GlosGuildhall

about 6 days ago

📣 Meet the Artist 📣 We'd like to introduce you to Andrew Bill. Andrew will be bringing his exhibition, 'To Rise… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

about 14 days ago

We’re so excited to announce new streaming titles for #NationalTheatreAtHome on YouTube: 🌟 Barber Shop Chronicles… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… Retweeted by GlosGuildhall

about 21 days ago

Gloucester Guildhall is an iconic live entertainment venue, situated in the heart of Gloucester city centre on Eastgate Street.

An incredibly vibrant venue, Gloucester Guildhall hosts an eclectic programme of over 300 events a year – from live music gigs, comedy nights, theatre performances, as well as workshops and classes.

Attracting both internationally-renowned names and up-and-coming talent, Muse, George Ezra, Robert Plant and Radiohead are just a few names to have graced Gloucester Guildhall’s stage, with the annual Underground Festival featuring some of the UK’s most exciting new bands and artists.

Comedy fans can catch laugh-out-loud stand-up comedians, with past performers including Lucy Porter, Stephen K Amos and Mark Watson, as examples. While theatre-lovers are catered for too, with everything from live Shakespeare to family-friendly pantos, while its annual Strike A Light festival champions local performers and artists.

Visitors can also take part in classes and workshops, along with a range of talks and touring exhibitions, plus you can visit the bustling Gloucester Guildhall Bar & Kitchen and enjoy a diverse selection of film screenings at the Gloucester Guildhall Cinema.

For more information, call Gloucester Guildhall on (01452) 503050, email guildhall.boxoffice@gloucester.gov.uk or visit gloucesterguildhall.co.uk directly.

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