Night Clubs in Carlisle
Known throughout the UK as ‘The Great Border City’, Carlisle is famous for being a Roman settlement full of rich history and vibrant culture. The main shopping, commercial and industrial centre in the northern half of Cumbria, this vibrant city is the perfect place for a short city-break or as a stopover between England and Scotland. From serene afternoon tea in the Anazao Tearoom and Gallery to traditional home-cooked British fare in David’s Kitchen, visitors can enjoy many a tasty meal in Carlisle.
Once you’ve finished with your evening meal, Carlisle is also home to an exciting nightlife scene. From charming pubs to lively and eccentric bars, there is a wide selection of places to get a late-night drink and celebrate the night away.
Walkabout Carlisle is the home of sport and party in Carlisle. Eat ‘til you pop, dance ‘til you drop. Watch your favourite team, or relax with a cold one. It’s all here waiting for you and your mates. So get ready for a chilled out arvo or a legendary night out - Aussie style. During the week we boast the most awesome sports experience next to being there, we have heaps of plasma screen TV's, the biggest big screen around and the coldest beers on tap so you can keep refreshed whilst you catch every second of sporting action. Once the full time whistle blows we transform into the best party venue in town.
Formerly known as The Richmond Hall, or The Richmond Memorial Hall, the venue itself is over 100 years old and has been a key figure in the Carlisle music scene for many years. The Richmond Hall was built as Saint Mary’s Parish Rooms, named in honour of the late Canon Thomas Richmond of Canon Carlisle Cathedral. After a long absence, The Richmond Hall was renovated and its doors opened on new year’s eve 2002 to the new name of The Brickyard.