A multi space performance venue. Bringing the best in live music and Club nights back to Stroud.

Offering a built for purpose space in a building that hosted some of Stroud most notorious gigs in the eighties we are bringing top quality music and entertainment back to the region. The club has a capacity of up to 380, with a more intimate upstairs cabaret bar opening in 2018.

The site at 27a Nelson Street has been a place of entertainment for around 70 years. It was known as The Marshall Rooms for a long period from the 1950s to the 90s and was one of the best live act venues in the Gloucestershire area.

If you're hungry before, during, or after a gig, pay a visit to The Diner next door at 27 Nelson Street for Stroud's finest burgers, dogs, shakes and sundaes.

There is much interest and if you would like to talk to us about acts you think could be of interest don’t hesitate to get in touch.


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Keith Allen - Actor, comedian, musician, singer-songwriter, artist, author, and television presenter.

Charlotte Lyster - Proprietress of The Prince Albert in Rodborough, and previously of The Pelican Stroud. Lotte has run one of the area's leading music destinations for over 20 years, as well as being co-director of Stroud Fringe Festival.

Thomas De Brabant - Sound engineer and project manager, Tom has learned his trade at The Prince Albert, and helped build The Marble Factory in Bristol before travelling the world with work.




Top quality PA in conjunction with d&baudio...

4 x V10S
2 x V Subs
6 x M4
Midas M32 Desk
Full mic spec

+ all the lights necessary for a quality gig in 2017/18