Bristol Old Vic is a theatre company based at the Theatre Royal, the longest continuously-running theatre in the UK. Following a recent £12 million redevelopment project to make it one of the most modern theatres in the UK, it still keeps the charm of the original to give audiences an intimate theatrical experience.
The Bristol Hippodrome is the city's very own West End theatre with seating on three levels and a capacity of nearly 2,000. Opened in December 1912 it is one of the most magnificent provincial theatres in the whole country.
The Bristol Beacon (formerly known as the Colston Hall) is Bristol’s largest concert hall, presenting concerts and entertainment by major names in rock, pop, jazz, folk, world and classical music, stand up comedy and light entertainment, as well as local choirs, orchestras and schools.
St George’s is one of the country’s leading concert halls. It boasts a superb acoustic and unique atmosphere which attracts the world’s best artists. A full and vibrant programme, with over 250 events each year, makes it an incredibly popular and important venue for all kinds of music.