The Square was founded in 1999 as a Private Members Club in Bristol for the creative industries encompassing arts, media and music.
Today it thrives on the same ethos and our members enjoy a range of personal and professional benefits. Aside from using the space to network, relax or socialise in your own way, The Square hosts a range of events from poetry nights to workshops and tastings to live music, and also presents high-profile guest speakers such as Michael Eavis, Joe Boyd and Marcus du Sautoy. - We also offer our spaces for hire to host Private Parties and Weddings.
As well as our flexible working spaces, we have areas to lounge and enjoy a few cocktails or areas to dine and experience creative dishes made from the best of local and seasonal produce, making The Square the perfect space to work or kick back after a long day.
An additional part of The Square, Square Works, is a unique workspace for creatives in the heart of Bristol. With amenities including 24/365 access, Community Team on hand, curated events calendar, super-fast internet, meeting rooms, members lounge, organic teas and coffees, showers and lockers.
Square Works brings a series of informal talks to The Square Club. These talks focus on creative individual's journeys to success from their beginnings, detailing both their struggles and aspirations. This Stories, we introduce you to Kate Strong - award-winning entrepreneur, World Champion triathlete, World Record holder in cycling, author, engineer and linguist.
Join us on Thursday 27th June for our first in the series of Supper Clubs - an exclusive food and wine pairing interactive dining experience. This supper club, we pair our five course tasting menu with some of the finest wines all the way from Australia.
The award-winning Square Kitchen is regarded as one of the best restaurants in Clifton as well as the wider Bristol area: serving forward thinking, delicious food and offering first class service in stylish surroundings, The Square Kitchen delivers on every level. Head Chef Kyle Jordaan and his team develop their menus to reflect the changing seasons, focusing on using local Westcountry produce to create excellent British and European cuisine.
We are excited to be exhibiting the art of local Bristol artist, Georgie Webster. Come along to check out Georgies vibrant pieces, on display until the 22nd June.