Look Inside


Through the front doors of Cheltenham Town Hall, you’ll first be greeted by the smiling faces of our Box Office and Reception. This is the place to book, reserve and enquire about tickets and events. Throughout the foyer there are posters and flyers on display for all the events at Cheltenham Town Hall & Pittville Pump Room for you to browse through at your leisure.

Just before an event starts, the doors will open, through to the many rooms of the Town Hall, as well as the Spa Well – an octagonal counter complete with Doulton Ware urns, which used to hold Spa Water transported from the Pittville Pump Room. Unfortunately, the Cheltenham waters are now only available to sample at Pittville Pump Room.



One of the largest rooms in Cheltenham, the Town Hall’s Main Hall measures at 92 feet x 52 feet, with a decorated ceiling 53 feet high. Each side of the hall holds six balconies, all facing into the centre of the hall, with it’s sprung floor, specially designed for dances.

At the far end of the hall, between two 95 year old statues of King Edward VII & King George V, is our raised stage, which if needed to, can extend to 24 feet into the hall, complete with the Town Hall organ, which was donated to the building in 1928.

Opposite the stage, high above the floor and the Main Hall’s featured clock, is the Rear Gallery, a tiered, seated balcony offering fantastic views of the entire room.



Down the right hand corridor of Cheltenham Town Hall, just across from the Main Hall is our much-applauded Pillar Room, complete with a full bar that spans across the width of the room.

The Pillar Room acts as a bar during evening events for pre-performance and interval drinks, as a restaurant during the many festivals throughout the year, and of course as a venue in itself. Also, the Pillar Room plays host to the likes of a regular comedy club, intimate concerts, touring comedians and many a musician in the ever-popular Cheltenham Folk Festival.



The Holst Suite, on the left hand side of the building, consists of two interconnecting rooms that look out onto the period terraces of Imperial Square.  The Suite has a variety of uses, from conferences, interviews and dressing rooms.



A versatile room for many different occasions, the Drawing Room has been used as a green room for festivals, private performances, lectures and is even suitable for weddings and receptions.