Looking for casual dates in Gloucester? Interested in cool places to hook-up?
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Chill at Liquid, Gloucester
The UK's leading nightclub brand combines state-of-the-art lighting, sound and laser technology with stunning 360-degree graphics and visuals to enhance the clubbing experience.
Liquid's contemporary and award-winning design coupled with the country's top DJs and PAs help to attract clubbers back time and time again for an incomparable experience at the home of music. The second room, Diva, is targeted to the more sophisticated clubber with alternative music genres widening the appeal.
Drop by Cafe Rene
We love the Cafe Rene building and it's environs. If you would like to send us any information about the building or the Greyfriars/St Mary de Crypt/ Marylone area, we would love to hear from you. We do have a Roman well in the middle of the pub and another hidden away. Information about the area is sketchy, and we know very little history, but can you remedy that? Please send source of information also as we would like to verify facts. Here follows some history of Gloucester and current photos of the area.
At Cafe Rene we have an extensive range of Beers and Ales for your enjoyment and pleasure. Each week we have up to 4 (sometimes up to 6 depending on the occasion) Local and national Ales. Skiffle and Acoustic-Roots is going through a revival with many bands and artists out there bringing back the sounds that we all love. Warren James is no exception and has been impressing audiences across the UK, Europe & America, with his unique brand of turbo charged Acoustic-Roots, Rock-A-Billy, Skiffle & Blues.
Feel the vibes at Dick Whittington and the Black Cat
Welcome to the Dick Whittington and the Black Cat, The home of real ale in Gloucester. You can find us on page 176 of The Good Beer Guide The Dick Whittington occupies St Nicholas House, a late fifteenth century merchant's house. It was built for Richard Whittington, nephew of Dick Whittington of pantomime fame, it boasts having a fascinating history. Elizabeth I is said to have stayed here in 1574. It didn't become a pub until the 1980s, having been restored by the Civic Trust and City Council. The pub takes its title from the most famous son of the family, Richard ( Dick ) Whittington who lived from 1350 to 1423 and was Lord Mayor of London three times.