This is named after the Protestant minister George Whitefield who was born 1714 in Gloucester. Whitefield, who was admired by Benjamin Franklin, is generally considered to be one of the most significant evangelists of the 18th century.
This space is 10.76 x 9.04m (35.3 x 29.7ft) and will seat 40 people cabaret style, 70 people theatre style
Please refer to the calendar below for availability and contact us to make a reservation, and please be aware of our cancellation policy.
This is a not-for-profit organization.