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Cheltenham Town Hall

Cheltenham Town Hall
Imperial Square, Cheltenham, Glos. GL50 1QA

Tel: 01242 227979

 
The famous Cheltenham Town Hall
The famous Cheltenham Town Hall


About Cheltenham Town Hall

Rich in heritage, opulence and vibrancy, Cheltenham Town Hall, the much-loved jewel of Cheltenham today, sets a stunning backdrop for an impressive all year round events programme, as well as private functions and corporate hospitality.

Imagine the dances and music of years gone by, while enjoying popular live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions.
Dine in our Regency Café before enjoying your event, or relax with a refreshing drink in the Imperial Garden Bar.


The history of the Cheltenahm Town Hall

Built at the turn of twentieth century to accommodate the many balls and concerts of the town’s social calendar, Cheltenham Town Hall was, quite literally, made for celebrations. Until the year 1900, the role had been filled by the old Assembly Rooms in the High Street. Its demolition to make way for a bank prompted the Council to build a new, and much larger Hall, on a new site.

The total cost of the building, including its marbled Corinthian style columns, intricately decorated coved ceiling, dance-friendly sprung floor, beautiful balconies, internal decoration and fixtures and fittings was around £45,000! Standing proudly overlooking the immaculately manicured Imperial Gardens, Cheltenham Town Hall comprises of a grand Main Hall, varying sized dining and drawing rooms and offices.


Cheltenham Festivals

Cheltenham Town Hall is also the major venue for all four Cheltenham Festivals.

  • Cheltenham Jazz Festival in April/May
  • Cheltenham Science Festival in June
  • Cheltenham Music Festival in June/July
  • Cheltenham Literature Festival in October

More information about Cheltenham Town Hall

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