People are being encouraged to have a say about what they think should happen to the Sub Rooms.
Stroud Town Council is holding a public meeting on Thursday March 9 at the Sub Rooms from 7.30pm.
It is open to the public and people are invited to join in the discussion about the future ownership, purpose and use of the Sub Rooms.
“The Sub Rooms are an important community resource and the Town Council is acting as a voice for the community,” said Town Mayor Kevin Cranston.
“In order for us to do that we want to consult as widely as possible about the future of the Sub Rooms, to hear ideas about how it could be made even more popular, changes to facilities or the building layout that would improve visitor experience.
“This meeting is an opportunity for you to have a say about what should happen to the Sub Rooms and how you can contribute.”
Earlier this year Stroud District Council, which owns and runs the venue, revealed that the Sub Rooms’ future is under review following cuts in government funding.
The meeting on March 9 will be in the Ballroom at the Sub Rooms and is from 7.30pm-9.30pm.