Need somewhere to hold your next big event, meeting, conference or celebration? Perhaps you’re looking for a new space for yoga, dance classes or counselling? At George Street Social, we have a space for you!
We have a range of rooms available to hire to suit any occasion...
Our Studio is perfect for celebrations, yoga, conferences, training… even a bit of swing dancing!
Our boardroom is the perfect space for meetings, training and workshops. Feel like going old school and ditching the tech? Use our chalk board wall to get your message across!
The Snug is the perfect spot for small meetings, gatherings, private lunches or evening get-togethers. It is located on the ground floor of George Street Social and is open to the public when not hired out.
This is an ideal space for counselling, therapy, one-to-ones and step meetings. It’s a comfortable and relaxing space, which benefits from being in a building that appreciates discretion, anonymity and confidentiality.
Rates and Useful Information
Accessibility & Toilets
Our ground floor cafe is fully accessible via an exterior lift and ramps. An accessible toilet is available on the ground floor.
Our first floor is not currently fully accessible. There are a total of 21 stairs leading to the first floor, with two landings between. We always aim to accommodate all visitors, so please speak to the manager if any reasonable adjustments need to be made to your booking.
Baby changing can be found in the accessible toilet on the ground floor. Buggies can be stored on ground floor, subject to space availability.
If the alarm sounds, please assume that it is not a drill and follow the instructions you are given by George Street Social staff.
Limited car parking is available in the vicinity of George Street Social. Free parking for two hours is available on Elswick Street East, situated behind George Street. Parking is available in front of the Discovery Museum and at Grainger Town Multi-storey, though charges apply.
George Street Social welcomes assistance dogs.
Please be respectful of others when taking photos around the building. Given the nature of the venue, anonymity is important for many of our visitors.