Update July 21st 2021
We are delighted to be reopening our doors and welcoming audiences back this Summer, but whilst the easing of restrictions on July 19th has meant that some safety measures are no longer a legal requirement, we have been listening to our customers and colleagues and feel that it is right to remain cautious at this time. We will be implementing the following measures to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit for all.
Provide proof of your COVID-19 status in order to gain entry to the theatre
All customers over the age of 18 will be asked to provide proof of their COVID-19 status in order to demonstrate a lower risk of carrying and transmitting the virus to others within the venue. The NHS COVID Pass is available through the NHS App, the NHS website, or as a letter that can be requested by ringing NHS 119. In order to get a pass you will need to demonstrate one of the following:
Please keep wearing a face covering whilst inside the theatre if you can
Although there is no longer a legal requirement to wear face coverings in indoor settings, lifting restrictions does not mean the risks from COVID-19 have disappeared. We expect and recommend our audiences and staff continue to wear face coverings inside the theatre to protect yourselves and others around you.
Make use of hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities
As before, you will continue to find hand sanitiser units around the theatre. We will also make sure our enhanced cleaning and safety measures are kept in place such as auditorium fogging before and after events and regular cleaning of high contact areas.
Remain mindful of others and continue to make space when moving around the venue
Encouraging customers to ‘check in’ upon arrival
QR posters will continue to be displayed throughout the venue for customers who wish to do so. This will help us to stop the spread of the virus and protect society to stay open.
Book with confidence
We now offer ticket protection on all of our shows via Secure My Booking
We will exchange your tickets or offer credit on your account should you no longer feel comfortable attending, if you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been told to self isolate (up to 1 hour before show starts)
Built in 1966 the Redgrave was originally known simply as the ‘Clifton College Theatre’. The design was based on the Mermaid Theatre in London and was the first purpose built school theatre in the country.
The theatre was officially opened by the actor Sir Michael Redgrave - an ex-student of the college. After Sir Michael's death in 1985 the building was renamed ‘The Redgrave Theatre’ in his honour.
Hidden away in the beautiful suburb of Clifton, the Redgrave Theatre is one of Bristol’s most popular theatres hosting a wide variety of productions including operas, musicals, stand-up comedy, theatre and dance.
Our 315 seat theatre is available to hire for a wide variety of events, along with any equipment or personnel you may require, please get in touch to discuss your needs.
Our small but dedicated team will make every effort to make your visit to the Redgrave an easy and enjoyable experience, please click below to find out more.