Printhouse is one of Ayrshire's most distinctive music and events spaces located in Nile Court, Ayr.
The venue has been an integrated part of Ayr nightlife for decades as a club, venue, and a source of memories for the Ayrshire locals. The name ‘Printhouse’ pays homage to the rich history of the building prior to embarking on the journey to becoming one of the West of Scotland's most iconic rock and club venues.
Following two of the most difficult years in living memory for the hospitality and events industries, after trading successfully for over a decade as 'Furys', we decided that a shakeup was in order. We have created a unique space which is available for everyone to create, run, and promote the events that they would most like to see happening in our area.
As Ayr's newest multi-purpose event space. we aim to pave the way for music and experience to collide, showcasing local grass roots talent along with the nation's finest touring acts, not to mention a vast range of club nights.
To enquire about hiring Printhouse for your event or special occasion, please get in touch here.
(Images by Alistair Mulhearn Photography and the Ayrshire Post)
Printhouse first opened its doors as a printing manufacturer, creating the first ever Ayrshire post before in later years evolving into a popular music, arts, and events space once the presses were relocated.
Over the decades the venue has come to be known by many different names some of which including; Toledo Junction, Kitsch, Powerhouse and Furys. From iconic rock ‘n’ roll nights to club anthems and touring DJ’s.
Under different aliases, Printhouse has hosted regular club nights as well as live gigs with globally successful artists such as Ocean Colour Scene, Sacha, Tom McGuire and the Brassholes, Gun, The Party Boys, Nazarath and Wolfstone as well as DJ acts including Moby and Scouting For Girl.