The Redgrave is a 323 seat procenium arch theatre owned by Clifton College. It was built in the 60's and was orginally known as the Clifton College theatre, it was renamed 'The Redgrave' after the actor Sir Michael Redgrave an ex-pupil of the College. The theatre is still used for college plays and events but is also hired out to both local theatre groups and touring theatre companies. The theatre also plays host to stand-up comedy, live music and dance events.With our custom trip planner, Bristol attractions like Redgrave Theatre can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Redgrave Theatre Reviews
This was our 3rd year visiting this theatre to see The Stars Of Magic. Its a lovely little place and they always put on a good show. There is a small bar for drinks, ice creams and sweets. Can get a g... more »
Went to see Robert Newman last night and the first half was completely dominated by the high level of discomfort from the lack of leg room. At 6 feet tall I have never experienced such poor seating an... more »
The Redgrave theatre is a great little cinema/ theatre house that doesn't play run of the mill mainstream films and stage show's. I have been twice for the Bristol Bad Film Club to see the best worst movie ever made The Room. Very intimate and with a great atmosphere and very welcoming staff, I recommend that the next time this film is back at the Redgrave all of you need to experience it. PS you will need a few hundred plastic spoons for maximum entertainment.
Small and intimate theatre. Shows some great acts. Not huge amount of leg room for a taller person but still a decent place.
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