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Alma Tavern, home of Theatre West and occasional visitors. 50 seat pub theatre.
18-20 Alma Vale Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2HY
0117 946 7899
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Arnolfini is a contemporary art gallery with a performance space which hosts "live art" and physical theatre.
16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
0117 929 9191
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The Arts Centre is based at the Ridings School, Winterbourne. Hosts a small programme of performances by visiting companies.
The Arts Centre, The Ridings High School, High Street, Winterbourne, South Gloucestershire, BS36 1ZZ
0117 956 8812
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Bristol Hippodrome opened in 1912 as part of Oswald Stoll's theatre empire. Acquired by Apollo in the 1980s and now part of the SFX group. Touring productions of West End musicals, opera and ballet.
St Augustines Parade, Bristol BS1 4UZ
0870 607 7500
       Bristol Hippodrome
Kuumba is a black arts centre in St Pauls, hosting touring theatre and comedy, also the base for the annual St Pauls Afrikan Carnival
20-22 Hepburn Road, St Pauls, Bristol BS2 8UD
0117 942 1870
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QEH Theatre is a modern theatre space managed by Queen Elizabeth's Hospital, a school founded in the 16th century. Touring theatre, school shows and music.
Jacob’s Wells Road, Bristol BS8 1JX
0117 925 0551
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The Redgrave Theatre is managed by Clifton College and receives touring theatre productions and amateur theatre.
Percival Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3LE
0117 315 7600
       Redgrave Theatre
The Theatre Royal opened in 1766, Britain's oldest continuously open theatre, home of the Bristol Old Vic company since 1946. The three performance spaces are: Theatre Royal, New Vic and Basement.
King Street, Bristol BS1 4ED
0117 987 7877
       Bristol Old Vic logo - click to access web site
The Tobacco Factory is a new theatre space at the junction of Raleigh Road and North Street in Southville.
Raleigh Road, Southville, Bristol BS3 1TF
0117 902 0344
       Tobacco Factory logo - click here to access web site
The Wickham Theatre is run by the University of Bristol Drama Department
Cantocks Close, Woodland Road, Bristol BS8  1UP
0117 928 7834
       Wickham Theatre