By Andy Young

Adelaide's The Elephant British Pub has been renovated and now has a stronger focus on live entertainment for patrons.

The pub, formerly known as the Elephant and Wheelbarrow has improved its accessibility and space and also had its licence amended to allow it to host DJs.

The upstairs and downstairs bars have been upgraded and the two bars are now separate which has helped to minimise noise filtration enabling shows and other functions can be held on both floors simultaneously. 

William Taylor, General Manager of The Elephant, said he was thrilled to be able to provide patrons and the city with a revamped venue for listening to live music and having a drink and bite to eat with friends.

“These changes will enable more people to enjoy The Elly than ever before.” 

The pub, which has no gaming facilities, has also improved the downstairs heating and cooling system, added a wider staircase and new toilets in the downstairs bar.

The Elephant is an authentic British pub which serves 28 draught beers & cider, including imported classics like Fuller’s London Pride and Greene King’s Old Speckled Hen.

The Shout Team

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