Cheltenham Festivals is a not-for-profit organisation that never fails to entertain locals and visitors alike. Year after year the team brings arts and sciences to audiences, in the form of the jazz, music, literature and science festivals helping to support emerging talent and deliver mind-blowing educational programmes.
When you step through the doors of The Screening Rooms you're somewhere special. The tasteful décor and friendly atmosphere puts you at ease and then it's time to settle in to the comfy spacious seats and lose yourself in the state-of-the art screen and sound system.
The beautiful auditorium is an architectural masterpiece that has inspired generations of performers. The common thread throughout the years has always been the relationship with the audience. Whether you visit the Everyman to see opera, drama, dance, comedy, music or pantomime you’ll get a fabulous welcome.
Rich in heritage, opulence and vibrancy, a much-loved jewel of Cheltenham sets a stunning backdrop for an impressive all year round events programme as well as private functions and the ol’ corporate hospitality. Imagine the dances and music of yesteryear, while enjoying popular live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions.
Cheltenham’s secret location for outdoor summer entertainment is the beautiful Greek style, Tuckwell Amphitheatre, which is nestled in a secluded corner of Dean Close School, accommodating 300 for the lively Open-air Theatre Festival events at the end of July. Sit back and picnic as the sun goes down.
Hollywood Bowl Cheltenham boasts 16 lanes with state of the art scoring (if you’re proud of that killer strike you can even post direct to Facebook), Lane Service, an exclusive VIP area, a well stocked bar, a modern and up to date amusements area and a fantastic Restaurant: Harry’s Kitchen.
Now an extremely popular venue The Brewery is Cheltenham’s premier destination for entertainment. In the heart of the old Flowers Brewery, it offers a mix of restaurants, bars, gym, kid’s play centre, cinemas and bowling bringing an exciting level of family entertainment and dining in the centre of Cheltenham.
The British School of Millinery was set up by Denise Innes Spencer 30 years ago in north London and then it relocated to Cheltenham, hurrah. With a huge amount of creativity, and clients from Harry Potter to Helena Bonham Carter, Denise offers a range of courses including private tuition, bridal and gift vouchers.
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