People of all ages can enjoy the café bar @Home on Bridge Street, Salisbury, which offers all sorts of entertainment, every night, for everyone.
The passionate performer of 12 years, Louella Adamson, 26, is providing activities such as stand-up comedy, circus performing, knitting and board games.
“The point of this is that you can come in at any time and there’s something going on,” Louella said.
“It’s for older people in the mornings, children from 3pm to 6pm, and for everyone else from 8pm.
“We have lots of old people in isolation, so we have knitting and stitching clubs that my mum runs, when they come in and chat, drink tea and eat cake, and they love it.”
Louella said the café bar has given children in the area something to do, as well as providing young adults with something different.
“I have board games here, and they can draw on the walls downstairs; they can play the piano or have a mini-disco,” she said.
“It’s somewhere they can go and play without messing up the house.
“This is also a really nice hub where young people can come in, pick up a guitar and play and express themselves doing what they want,” she said
In January, Louella is starting various courses for children and teenagers, including circus, maths, beat-box and drama courses. Three aerial performers will teach circus skills, such as juggling, and there will be a group ukulele class as well.
At Home shares can be bought, an opportunity to support it and become a part of it and gives free membership.
Opening hours are 10am to 10pm, entrance is free and people can buy tea, coffee, cakes and alcoholic drinks.