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The Assembly

Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

The Assembly
Spencer Street
Leamington Spa
CV31 3NF

Tel: 01926 523001

Opened in 1926 and originally called the "Bath Assembly Hall", the building is typical of the 1920s Art Deco style.

The vision to reopen the building came in 2006 and after a short period of renovation and design by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen to recreate its Art Deco origins with a contemporary look and practicality of purpose - it is once more operating as it was originally intended.

The Assembly opened its doors on the 30th of August 2008 as a brand new music venue in Leamington Spa, and with a capacity of 1000 standing 400 seated.

The Assembly is fully equipped with top Spec. PA and Lighting System and is set up to accommodate large-scale film crews.

There are 2 Main bars within the venue, serving among others Worthington's, Guinness, Grolsh and Magners on Draft, plus a wide range of spirits and soft drinks.

We also have balcony bar and overflow bar in the main hall.

The balcony is 100 standing capacity and is a great way to view the main stage.

The assembly boasts a large backstage area complete with 3 changing rooms, artist bar, Tammy Wynette's pink gypsy caravan, shower facilities, Gatling gun  and pool tables. Rear loading area with service elevator to take the artists equipment to the side of the stage.

Nearby Eden Hotels

Mallory Court Hotel, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire (approx miles)


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