FAQs

Is there wheelchair access to the venue?

Yes there is. Just ask a member of staff in the pub upstairs ("The Rolleston Arms") to let you in via the balcony.

What is the age restriction on your venue?

We don’t allow anyone in the building under the age of 14 in most circumstances, but at the moment most of our nights are 18+. Why? Sadly, because it’s more cost-effective, less work and less of a threat to our license. We hope it’s not this way forever.

What drinks do you have on draught?

Fosters, Carling, Strongbow, Stowford Press, Hop House 13, Renegade Craft Larger, Grolsch, Coors Light, John Smiths, Guiness, Kronenbourg and Doombar. We also sell a range of bottled alcoholic drinks including beers and ciders.

What soft drinks do you usually stock?

Coke, Diet Coke, Lemonade, Appletiser, J2O, bottled water, Orange Juice, Cranberry Juice, Red Bull and other choices that may vary.

How do I buy tickets?

For most of our shows you can purchase tickets on this website.

I’m a promoter. How can I host a night at your venue?

The best thing you can do is visit our contact page for more details.

I’m a band/performing artist and I want to play!

Brilliant, that’s great! When you send us an email make sure you include ‘GIG REQUEST’ in an email to info@leveliii.co.uk and try to be paitent. If you don’t get an immediate reply please assume you’ve been added to a list for future reference.

I think I left something when I was at your venue the other night.

That’s a shame, sorry to hear that. If you call us on 01793 534238 and describe the item we should be able to put it aside for you - if we have it. All lost property is kept for 14 days before being destroyed.

Who has played at Level III before?

Whilst under various ownership teams over several decades, the building formerly known as 'The Furnace' and 'Basement 73' has hosted Bring Me The Horizon, Hadouken!, Don Broco, Gnarwolves, Bad Manners, Jeffree Star, Fearless Vampire Killers, UK SUBS, Wheatus, Zebrahead, Mastodon, The Wedding Present and many other acts over the years.

So why are you sometimes called ‘Level III at The Rolleston’?

Basically, Level III is a separate space underneath a pub in the town centre of Swindon, “The Rolleston Arms”. “The Rolly” or “The Rolleston” (as it is often known) is a music lover’s boozer that serves homely food and has live music most Fridays and Saturdays. Level III, on the other hand, is a 350 capacity music venue formerly known as The Furnace. Different things, same place - almost. We admit it can be a little confusing.

Do you have any jobs?

Send a CV over to info@leveliii.co.uk and we'll let you know if we do or not.

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