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Cheltenham Town Hall
About the venue
Cheltenham Town Hall was built in 1902-03, in order to provide a venue for the many balls and concerts which made up the town`s social calendar at the turn of the twentieth century.
Until the year 1900, that role had been filled by the old Assembly Rooms in the High Street, and it was their demolition to make way for a bank that prompted the Council to build a new, and much larger, Hall on a new site. The Main Hall is suitable for: Concerts, shows, exhibitions, lectures, banquets, dinner dances, balls, fashion shows, corporate presentations, conferences, sales, discos, boxing, wrestling, AGMs, ceremonies, wedding receptions, large meetings. The Side Rooms are suitable for: Meetings, presentations, small concerts, recruitment interviews, training sessions, examination venues.
In the table below, you can hover over the underlined room names to see a photo of that room.