The Redgrave Bar can accept cash, cheque and card payments (minimum card payment of £5). We are not able to offer cash back at this time.
Visiting Company Box Offices may be able to accept card payments please check with each company beforehand. The nearest cash point to the Redgrave is the HSBC in Clifton Village - a 20 minute round trip from the theatre.
By Car (Via the M5/Portway)
Exit the M5 at Junction 18. Travel along the Portway towards Bristol. At the traffic lights shortly before passing under the Suspension Bridge take the sharp left turn onto Bridge Valley Road. At the top of Bridge Valley road take the second right onto College Road and then take the second right onto Percival Road. The Redgrave is on the left hand side after about 100 metres.
By Car (Via the Suspension Bridge)
After crossing the Suspension Bridge take the first left onto Observatory Road. At the end of the road, merge left onto Clifton Down Road. After 200m take the first right onto Percival Road. The Redgrave is on the right hand side after about 350 metres.
By Car (Via the M32/Centre)
Follow the signs for Clifton and the Zoo until you reach the Clifton Triangle. At the Triangle take the B3129 until you reach two mini roundabouts - take the first exit immediately followed by the third exit onto Pembroke Road. On Pembroke Road take the third left turn onto Worcester Road. At the end of Worcester Road turn right onto College Road. Once on College Road take the third exit onto Percival Road. The Redgrave is on the left hand side after about 100 metres.
Take the train to the Clifton Down Station just off Whiteladies Road. From there it is a 20 minute walk to the theatre.
Bus Numbers 8 and 9 from Bristol Temple Meads, City Centre, Clifton, Redland Stop on Clifton Down Road near to the Redgrave Theatre. Alternatively the City Sightseeing Tour buses stop on College Road. Please refer to the map opposite for details of bus stop locations.
On Foot (From Clifton Down Station/Whiteladies Road)
Exit the station and head up to join St John's Road. Turn left onto St John's Road and then almost immediately right onto All Saint's Road. Walk to the end of All Saints Road turn right onto Pembroke Road. After 100m turn left onto Guthrie Road. At the end of Guthrie Road turn left onto College Road and then right onto Percival Road. The Redgrave is on the left hand side after about 100 metres.
On Foot (From Clifton Village)
From Clifton Village walk up Clifton Down Road until you reach Canynge Road. Follow Canynge Road until you reach the crossroads with Percival Road. Turn left onto Percival Road and the theatre will be on the right hand side after about 100 metres.
The only parking available is on street - please plan your journeys to ensure you will have enough time to find a suitable parking spot. Disabled Badge Holders may park their vehicles on the double yellow lines in front of the theatre.
Coaches may pull up on the double yellow lines in front of the theatre to allow passengers to disembark. Once clear of passengers they must relocate to Parry's Lane on the Downs where there is parking for up to 15 coaches.
Due to the tiered nature of the seating the main access to the auditorium is via two staircases, however ground level access to the front of the auditorium is available via the side door to the left of the building. Access to Row A is the only row that doesn't require any steps. Access to the theatre foyer also requires traversing a single step - a portable ramp is available if required. Unfortunately the theatre does not have a disabled toilet or an Induction Loop at this time.
If you have specific access requirements please let the Box Office know when booking your tickets and make yourself known to a member of Redgrave staff upon arrival at the venue for your chosen event.
Please note that we do not allow mobility scooters into the theatre, a wheelchair can be made available upon request with a minimum of 7 days notice required before the event attendance.
Eating and Drinking
The Redgrave Foyer Bar is open 1 hour before the start of each performance. The Bar stocks a range of house and premium spirits and wines as well as beers, ciders, soft drinks, Marshfield Farm ice-creams and other snacks. We also serve coffee shop quality cappuccinos, lattes and teas.
At the Redgrave we are proud to stock a variety of Fairtrade products, including Pelican Rouge Espresso Doppia Coffee, Taylors Fairtrade Breakfast Tea and Divine Chocolate Bars to name but a few. Look for the FAIRTRADE Mark and please ask a member of bar staff if you would like more information on our Fairtrade products.
We are pleased to announce that at the recent 2015 South West Fairtrade Awards the Redgrave won a Silver Award in the Cafe and Bar category. Going forward we aim to build upon this success by introducing a greater variety of Fairtrade Products.
Supporting Local Producers
We believe in supporting local producers and try as much as is practical to stock products made within the West Country. These include the following products:
Bath Ales - Gem ale & Dark Side stout
St Austell Brewery - Korev Larger & Proper Job IPA
Thatchers - Gold & Pear cider
Southwestern Distillery - Tarquin's cornish gin
We offer the option of pre-ordering interval drinks and all drinks purchased at the Foyer bar may be taken into the auditorium (as long as they are transferred into our environmental friendly biodegradable corn-starch 'plastic' cups).
Local Resturants for Pre or Post Show Meals
Clifton Village - a 10 minute walk from the theatre - contains a variety of great restaurants for pre or post theatre meals.
For 20% off your meal at Pizza Express just produce a valid theatre ticket
Click here to check out their menu