Bristol Old Vic
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Bristol Old Vic's home is a gorgeous Georgian auditorium built in 1766 and located in Bristol's old city quarter. Bristol Old Vic is enjoying a renaissance in its fortunes. It produces award-winning and critically acclaimed classics, new works, a range of shows for families, as well as experimental work in the Studio, Basement and Paintshop performance spaces. This year, Bristol Old Vic's critically acclaimed productions have included Juliet and her Romeo directed by Artistic Director Tom Morris (artistic associate at the Nation Theatre and co-director of War Horse) and Far Away directed by Simon Godwin (Associate Director at Bristol Old Vic).
ï¿½With Tom Morris at hand there's nothing to stop Bristol turning into a powerhouse of British theatre."
The Guardian, September 2009
Following a recent refurbishment (completed 2019) the BOV has added a brand new foyer and revamped the studio area (now called the Winston Studio) with 150-180 capacity
Venue contact details and info
Name: Bristol Old Vic
Phone: 0117 9877877
Venue short url: https://www.skiddle.com/venues/13732/
Music Policy: Any
Ambiance: Formal but relaxed
Drinks served: Yes in new foyer cafe bar
Disabled facilities: https://bristololdvic.org.uk/access/general-access-information
Nearest Bus Stop: City Centre, 2 minutes walk away
Address: King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ED
Capacity: 150 (Winston Studio)
Type of venue: Theatre
Dress code: Smart casual
Opening hours: Mon â€“ Sat 9am til late* Sun 11am til 5pm *closing times will vary however weâ€™ll always be open for at least an hour after the end of most performances.
Food served: Yes in new foyer cafe bar
Parking: There are good car parking facilities in the surrounding area including the NCP on Queen Charlotte Street and Trenchard Street car park, a 5 minute walk across the city centre. Meter parking is also available on King Street and Queen Square. There is
Nearest Train Station: Bristol Temple Meads