Situated in Cheltenham’s Imperial Gardens in the heart of the town, Cheltenham Town Hall is rich in opulence and renowned for its strikingly impressive Grand Main Hall, with coved ceiling and Corinthian style columns.
Designed by architect Frederick William Waller and built in 1902/3, the hall was commissioned to host the great balls and lavish concerts that were becoming regular highlights on the town’s vibrant social calendar at the turn of the 20th century.
A hall of great decadence and Cheltenham’s most prestigious venue.
Adjoining Bristol’s Temple Meads train station, making it ideal for those coming from out of town, Brunel’s Old Station is a hugely impressive feat of imagination and engineering – and one of the great treasures left to the city by Bristol’s favourite son, Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Originally built in 1841, the importance of this masterpiece of its time is now recognised through its Grade 1 listing. It remains just as awe-inspiring today as it did all those years ago, with its scale of grandeur befitting of Hype’s Christmas party events.
A magnificent, iconic setting – and Bristol’s perfect party venue.