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This old fashioned building in the heart of this old town now has various uses. It is used as a concert venue, but it should be applauded for having a good sized tourist office which is well stocked and staffed too.
Well-informed, enthusiastic and professional tourist info service for Stroud and the surrounding area. Come here first if visiting the town.
This review relates specifically to the tourist information service run in the Subscription Rooms building. Other services are also available here.
We wandered in here...More
This place really is a victim of it's design which means there is little space to queue except outside. Shows car be variable but that isn't the venues fault. The tourist information staff are helpful.
I visited the tourist office in this a architectural gem today and found a massive amount of literature in there and the staff to be very helpful.
Also on the ground floor is a cafe and of course the venue hosts a wide variety of...More
Now come on Sub Rooms management, you can do better than this, surely. We attended the Jonny Coppin concert last evening. The concert itself was of a high quality, very professional and much enjoyed.
However, we did not appreciate being made to stand outside in...More
Date of experience: December 2017
Dizzlebee, Marketing Officer at Stroud Subscription Rooms, responded to this reviewResponded January 8, 2018
Thank you for your feedback regarding A Winters Tale with Johnny Coppin, and our apologies that you didn’t enjoy the night as much as you should of.
We do have this event on annually and it usually runs without any problems, however we have looked...More
An excellent rendition by this Female Vocal Singer from Cornwall here as one of the weekend folk festival.
It was a small audience of 60 who enjoyed all pieces it was a shame she was on her own As listening to CD afterwards it was...More