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Known nationally as a centre for world-class theatre, music, art and events, the Brewery has a 450 capacity music venue, three cinemas, two visual arts galleries, a drama studio, meeting rooms, a recently refurbished Grainstore restaurant, Warehouse...more
What an absolutely amazing place the set up is fantastic for films speakers theatre all kinds of events, I love the Kendal mountain film festival and this venue never disappoints it only gets better every year , the staff are always friendly and helpful and...More
Had a really good evening seeing Karine Polwart at the Brewery Arts Centre. Went into the Vats Bar at the venue beforehand. Beer was excellent (with a good variety on offer), and brilliant pizza too. Bar staff were very friendly and helpful and the music...More
Tuesday night and it was reasonably busy in Vats Bar. Good drinks selection and nice menu but a little pricey. Chicken thighs very tasty but chips a little dry. The venue is beautiful with a huge garden area - perfect for warmer weather! Only minus...More
The Warehouse cafe may be just one small part of Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre but it’s in desperate need of a shake-up from the management. The staff are often too interested in chatting among themselves to engage with their customers, the coffee and hot chocolate...More
What a afternoon, really fantastic. A local band 'Seals' were playing in the grounds of the Brewery Arts Centre and they were awesome. The only slight negative is that there was only one barman in the outside bar and the que was massive. In fairness...More
This is where I mainly take my children as they can play outside after we’ve eaten. Staff are great. Prices are high ish. But all in all great. Sometimes do deals pizza and cinema on a certain day which is worth it.
Called in here with the family and our dog for a quick bite to eat whilst wandering around Kendal. Dogs are only allowed outside but we hit lucky with the weather so it wasn’t a problem. The entrance to the cafe was a little difficult...More