The Old Fire Station is an antique night club located in Bournemouth, United Kingdom. Every music taste will be satisfied with the great variety of music, including dance, electronic, drum ‘n’ bass, house and alternative. Based in a Grade 2 listed ex-central Fire Station, the venue has opened doors back in 1995. The club has a fairly large capacity of 1200 people. Worldwide known performers including Ed Sheeran
, Groove Armarda, Dizze Rascal, Pendulum and David Guetta
had their live shows hosted by the club.
The venue is located on 36 Holdenhurst Rd, Bournemouth BH8 8AD, United Kingdom, and there are several means of getting there.
By train and tube: Bournemouth is the nearest station – about 10 minutes away from the venue. After you exit the station, head to the south on Holdenhurst Rd. You will pass a roundabout, a couple of minutes after, you will see the building.
By bus: numbers 2, 3, 13, 17, 18 and 32 can lead you in front of the venue – just on the other side of the same street.
By car: follow the A338, Wessex way directions and you will reach the club.
International: take a rail from Poole, Parkstone, or Christchurch. Exit at Bournemouth station and have a walk to the venue (directions shown above).
You can leave your vehicle at the rear of the venue. There you will find a large public pay and display car park. It is equipped with spots for Blue Badge holders, which are tax-free.
Accessibility for people with special needs
The Old Fire Station is very aware of all your needs and knows how to comfort you. There are RADAR key accessible toilets. The venue is equipped with ramps, slopes and a lift for the level changes. The staff is specially trained for equality and will always lend a helping hand to those in need of assistance.