23 Bath Street
23 Bath Street is Frome’s new live arts venue, previously the Wheatsheaves. Newly refurbished and rebranded, this live music and performance venue features a diverse and sure to be entertaining calendar of events. Fridays are promoter nights, and therefore offers different genres every week. Saturdays feature a fun mixture of music which can appeal to everyone.
The new outdoor space is one of the biggest in the centre of Frome. It is beautifully decorated as is the indoor space. The expanded stage will welcome bigger acts, and owners Tony and Lark’s relationships with music agents and experience in the entertainment industry invite high profile acts which have previously included Santa Morris, Too many T’s, Gary Stringer from Reef and Martha Tilstone to name a few. 23 Bath Street aims to be the ideal space to enjoy live music, with comfortable seating and a bar. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
Upstairs, you’ll find The Loft Bar. It’s a relaxed venue for those wanting to socialise without the conversation being drowned out by music. The full bar specialises in cocktails, which you can enjoy at tables or on bean bags. Outside you’ll find the Pool House, where you can play a game on the full size pool table and plug in your own music to their sound system.
Disabled toilet accessible through the side of their outside seating area. They have two ramps built to fit onto their side entrance to the building. Sadly the seating in their garden and upstairs bar is not wheelchair accessible, just their main inside area.