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Cotswold Artisan Market Website

Cotswold Artisan Group in partnership with The Malthouse Bar & Kitchen are thrilled to offer unique artisan market on Thursday 2nd August
Expect a good range of hand picked goodies including pies, charcuterie, fresh fudge, salsa, guacamole, rapeseed oils, cheese, gluten free cakes, curries and grain free dog food & treats
The Malthouse Bar & Kitchen will be open as usual for delicious food & drinks to fuel your shopping experience
Why not also check out the The Malthouse Collective next door for antiques, collectibles and other beautiful things?



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Flora and Fauna

New paintings by Georgina Bouzyk
Tuesday 24 April – Saturday 30 June

Opening at the Malthouse is a solo exhibition of oil paintings exploring
the flora and fauna of the countryside surrounding Stroud. Georgina’s
paintings explore the fragile yet powerful aspects of nature; Studying the
innate shapes and colours that make up the landscape to create a sense
of place.
‘’I evoke the essence and spirit of my subject, through expressing the
textures, shapes and colours to re-create the feeling of encountering the
details I discover upon my walks. The transformation of a rosebud to its
bloom, the shifting light across a leaf or the wilted edge of a flower petal
are just some of the aspects I discover and interpret through paint.
Nature expresses both strength and beauty that is delicate, tender, yet
All works are for sale.
Georgina lives and works in Oakridge near Sapperton Stroud.
Part of the Select Festival 2018 presented by SIT select


Kids Easter Holidays Cinema Club

Easter Cinema Club

Keep the little ones entertained over the holidays with our Kids Cinema Mornings on select dates in April:

Mon 2nd – ‘Hop’

Tues 3rd – ‘James and the Giant Peach’

Weds 4th – ‘Boss Baby’

Mon 9th – ‘Inside Out’

Tues 10th – ‘The Good Dinosaur’

Weds 11th April – ‘Moana’


Stroud District Photography Competition

Opening Monday 12 February

Stroud District Photography Competition

The Tourism Team at Stroud District Council are delighted to announce the winners and runners up of our Stroud District Photography Competition.

The judges, professional photographers Nick Turner, Kel Portman and Alexander Caminada, picked George Ryske’s atmospheric photograph  of ‘Coaley Peak looking over the Severn Vale’ as the winning image. They described it as a quintessential Stroud District landscape, thoughtfully taken and composed capturing an atmosphere not often seen.

Due to the high standard of entries, the judges also picked two runners up:  

Steve Daniels’ lyrical portrayal of Randwick Woods and John Pettitt’s creative composition of cyclists at the top of Selsley Common.

The tourism team were overwhelmed with the quality of entries received, which enables them to continue to promote the area as a wonderful place to live, work and visit.Discover Stroud District




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New Paintings on canvas by Pete Hoida

January 9 – February 25

The volumetric expanse of The Malthouse presents the opportunity to see five large paintings from the 90’s, unseen to date, alongside a couple of small recent canvases.

”What use painting is to woman or man is unknown, yet it is surely necessary, as attested to by the caveman and the dandy. I have long pursued a path that avoided the health-plans and dogmas of the high-priests and the moneylenders, and yet have overthrown nothing but painterly cliches and visual platitudes.

Over a career of fifty years I have disregarded the demand to produce series of signature works and failed to subjugate myself to mere talent.  I am not looking to produce patterns; each period of painting has created, or found, its own identity. Sometimes the characteristics of the work, or foundations, carry over from one year into the next period. Or subside for a time before reappearing transformed, made new yet again. Paintings from the 2010’s can present aspects of the 70’s. The colour say, or the motif, or motive force, the brush-stroke, the time-line, the structure, its translucency or opacity, its serenity or punch. I have eschewed drawing, images, narrative and subject; I have defied the camera that always lies. I have told only the story of the brush that lies. I have quarrelled with the canvas and lost, I have found the surface and ignited it.”

Pete Hoida completed his studies at Goldsmiths, moving to Stroud in 1974 where he has painted full-time since. Exhibited widely in the UK; his paintings are in private and corporate collections in the UK and abroad.

New Year’s Day Bottomless Brunch 2018

Had a bit too much of a good time on New Year’s Eve? We’ve got the ultimate cure-all – 2 courses for £25 or 3 courses £30. Add bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for £5 or unlimited tea, coffee or orange juice for £2. It’s enough to soothe the most vicious of hangovers!

Check out the menu below.

Sound good? Give us a call to get booked in: choose between our 12pm or 2pm sittings.

NYD Menu Promo



Sausage, scrambled egg, beans & hash brown
Served with unlimited squash
American style pancake, served with strawberry’s, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce.
Served with unlimited squash
Sausage, bacon, grilled tomato, mushroom, fried egg, toast & beans
Served with a cup of tea or coffee

Come and meet Santa at the Malthouse Grotto this Christmas!

Each child’s ticket includes a choice of Kid’s Breakfast or Santa Pancakes, a visit to the Malthouse Grotto to see Santa and a little gift straight from the North Pole.

Mums and Dads can also enjoy a Malthouse Full English and a cup of tea or coffee with their tickets.

To get your tickets either pop in or give us a call on: 01453 764003

Terms & Conditions:
Tickets: Children must be accompanied by a fully paying adult. All Tickets must be bought in advance, and there shall be no refunds permitted at any point. Privacy: We will always respect your privacy and any personal information and communication between you and ourselves. We will not share your personal information with any third parties. Photography is permitted; however, we are not responsible for any photographs taken of your children by other members of the public, and taking them are at your own discretion. Booking: Is essential.