A beautiful, spacious, grade II listed Georgian property in Brunswick Square, St Pauls.

Flexible and fixed desk creative co-working, private studios, meeting rooms and production spaces to make stuff happen. A communal kitchen and hang-out spots for collaboration and quiet areas for heads-down thinking. Brunswick Square also features a dedicated public event space with capacity for up to100 person events.

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What does a typical membership at Brunswick Square look like?


We want you to focus on what you do best – producing outstanding work. We don’t want to distract or surprise
you with hidden fees for meeting room hire or coffee.

So, the price you pay per month covers these things
and so much more.


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On-site support from a dedicated community manager

Superfast fibre optic broadband

Private meeting rooms and telephone conference facilities

Complimentary tea and coffee

Packed programme of free member events and clubs

Monthly members breakfast and end of month drinks

Multiple break out spaces for work, rest and play

Complimentary tea and coffee

Showers and changing facilities

Secure bike storage

Membership plans that work for you


History &
 Building Features


Originally a working mens club, this building holds many stories and has been respectfully restored to emphasise its historical significance. Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of St Pauls, we’ve chosen this area for its heritage and cultural significance, close proximity to the city centre and thriving community spirit. Just a stone’s throw from Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road with its eclectic shops, eateries and independent businesses. On the lower ground floor of Brunswick Square you’ll find two large production spaces. Designed with flexibility in mind, the spaces offer a blank canvas for any creative project. Ideal for photoshoots, filming, rehearsals, workshops and everything in between.

Local Area

Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of St Pauls, we’ve chosen this area for its heritage and cultural significance, and vicinity to the city centre.


Recently named one of the UK’s best bakeries by the Financial Times, Farro is a firm favourite with our members. Our monthly family breakfast features their delicious pastries and breads.

Artist Residence

This Georgian townhouse & old boot factory is an eccentric home from home in the heart of the city. A place to eat, drink and sleep, Artist Residence is open all day, every day – a buzzing neighbourhood hangout.


Bristol favourite’s Pieminister proudly hold a B-Corp and serve up an award-winning range of meat, plant-based and gluten-free pies. Dine in at their Stokes Croft restaurant, grab a pie to go from St Nicks Market or order online straight to your door.

That Thing

Bristol independent lifestyle store offering a curated selection of local independent designer brands. Explore a diverse range of clothing, jewelry, accessories, homewares, cards and gifts.

Cube Cinema

The Cube is a Microplex, Arts venue, adult creche, independent museum, and progressive social wellbeing. A real gem, The Cube is an independent cinema run by volunteers with original programming. In addition to films and live music the 105 seat cinema is also used for workshops and discussions.

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With a thriving and active community of like-minded individuals, we’re more than just a place to work. Don’t just take our word for it, come and have a look around.

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It’s a place where members collaborate, but we’re also genuinely friends outside of work. I’ve loved meeting people at Gather Round and I can confidently say that working here has helped me feel at home in Bristol.

Sara Joyner

Podcast Producer