Lots of choice and do look at good on paper for up to date listings.....
The Queen Vic, Stroud, the Prince Albert, Rodborough, Nibley Festival, bands at the Old Spot in Dursley or the Star, Wotton.... explore.
Latino oasis taking you through a journey of the senses, from carefully designed decor to beautifully elaborated dishes and cocktails, to give you an unforgettable Latin American experience.
The Greyhound Inn, Gloucester Street, Stroud, GL5 1QG
Take a canal side unit with a terrace and fill it with shabby chic and an eclectic twist. From breakfast / brunch to an early evening meal, a hot brew to a beer, and cocktail or mocktail to chill out tunes on a friday evening. FAB
Ebley Mill, Stroud, GL5 4UN
Nibley is the friendly festival in a stunning Cotswold location. The best music, free entertainment for the kids, stalls, local beer, food from around the world – it’s the recipe for a perfect weekend. A rare festival gem.
Nibley House Farm, The Street, North Nibley, GL11 6DL
A family friendly Arts Centre in Uley, promoting performance, live music and art exhibitions as well as accessible workshops, classes and creative experiences for kids and adults.
Workshops from making your own natural skincare products to life drawing and a mini spring retreat. There is the Vestry Cafe too, relaxed atmosphere and yummy food with lots of vegetarian options.
South Street, Uley, GL11 5SS
One of Stroud's best known pubs, sitting on the edge of Rodborough Common. Bringing the best of Stroud ales, art, music and people to its visitors in a way that makes them feel welcomed into the heart of the community. Check out the website for bands, food and events.
Rodborough Hill, Stroud, GL5 3SS
The Abbey's history goes back to 681 in Gloucester, though the land at Prinknash was granted to the monks in 1096. After dissolution in 1539 it was a long wait until 1928 before the Benedictine Monks returned. Search for beautiful “chanting” on their web site, visit the cafe, buy their incense. Discover.
Painswick Road, Cranham, GL4 8EX
A Cultural Hub In The Heart Of Stroud. John St: 26 artists, a gallery, project space, cafe/bar and a year round artistic and educational programme. The Goods Shed: performances, exhibitions and film screenings. Keep an eye out for the annual Ppen Studio Festival or just take a look at the street facing gallery on John Street.
4 John Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2HA
A high street and online shop selling the best records of all genres from rock, jazz, funk, classical and break beat, to house, soundtracks, breaks n beats, latin, african and hip hop. Watchout for the live sessions online too.
31 High St, Stroud, GL5 1AJ
We know that the Stroud community is what makes us. We open up our space in whatever way we can best serve: holding community-run events, providing work experience opportunities and simply being here for people to come in, have coffee and do their thing. Hello, and welcome! The planet matters so we even do vegan pastries to our own recipes.
1 Gloucester Street, Stroud, GL5 1QG
Stroud and the Five Valleys monthly guide to the multitude of festivals, exhibitions, literature events, theatre productions, comedy shows and artists it harbours. It's Stroud's ‘Time Out’ bringing everything into one place.
Running since February 2015 informing the community and involving local venues, artists and writers in its content. Good On Paper is a free independent magazine published monthly and we love it!!!
The video is a collaboration with Sound Records, Stroud, 22 11 2020 live stream.