Arts Centre: Inner City (Southville)
Raleigh Road, Ashton, Bristol. BS3 1TF • (0117) 902 0060
There's plenty going on around the Tobacco Factory. Hang out in the spacious Cafe Bar and enjoy great food, art and live music. Or delve into the weekly Sunday Market where there's around 40 food and craft stalls featuring a fabulous range of local produce. Or see a show at the Tobacco Factory Theatre.
The Tobacco Factory building is one of the few survivors from the great Imperial Tobacco site on Raleigh Road, Ashton, Bristol. It was saved from demolition by Bristol architect George Ferguson who has turned it into a model of urban regeneration. It is now a multi use building housing the Cafe Bar, Teohs oriental bistro, creative industry work space, live/work loft apartments, animation and performing arts schools and one of the most exciting small theatre venues in the country.
Bar, Food Available, Open Late.
No easily accessible wifi. Designated smoking areas only.
See the website for event details.
Advance booking available.
Located south west of the city centre in Ashton, on the corner of Raleigh Road and North Street.
Parson Street railway station: 15 minutes walk.
Free parking available nearby.
George Ferguson takes you on a tour of Tobacco Factory in south Bristol. You get to see the lively and vibrant cafe-bar, the dynamic theatre space and hear about the history of the building and the surrounding area.
Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Ashton, Bristol. BS3 1TF • (0117) 902 0060
Last Updated Monday 21 March 2022
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