Six Degrees of Separation bar set to open in heart of Cheltenham
EXCITING plans are afoot to open a trendy new bar in the heart of Cheltenham.
Matthew Bull, the man behind nightclub 13 Degrees, has ambitious plans to transform a property in Regent Street into a stylish venue for young professionals.
Called Six Degrees of Separation, it will offer cocktails, premium spirits and a range of UK and international beers when it opens next year.
Mr Bull has forked out thousands of pounds to turn the venue into a haven fit for Cheltenham's beautiful people.
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"It's something I'm very excited about," he said. "At 13 Degrees our clients have often told us they want something better to enjoy earlier in the evening before coming here.
"That is what has led us on to this new venture. When a vacant property became available in Regent Street we leapt at the chance to open another landmark venue in Cheltenham. I want Six Degrees of Separation to be an enjoyable, creative and safe place for like-minded people to come on a night out."
Mr Bull said the site next door to the Everyman Theatre, formerly a vodka bar, needed a lot of work doing on it –with a major revamp taking place over the coming weeks and months.
He added: "The property is in need of huge redevelopment to bring it up to our standards but we're looking forward to giving Cheltenham something new.
"I have put to good use my background as a graphic designer combined with my experience of running 13 Degrees to design the layout and interiors, creating what will be a unique environment for our clients."
It is estimated that the bar will open in October next year.
The news comes as one of the town's most historic pubs looks poised to reopen any day.
The Sudeley Arms, in Prestbury Road, which has been open since 1826, is undergoing an interior refit, with new tenants rumoured to be taking over the venue from today.
However, owner Enterprise Inns would not confirm the details.
Rich Moger, who previously enjoyed stopping for a pint of ale at the watering hole, said: "Great news if it is reopening. It's a unique old pub which is a handy stop-off for anyone living on that side of town."