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Bristol Theatre, Comedy & Arts

— Unusual days out and things to do.

Our guide to comedy, pop-up theatre and performing arts in Bristol.

Independent theatre and performance in Bristol.

Theatre in Bristol

Aside from the annual spectacle of Mayfest, Bristol is always alive with inventine new theatre projects. From large touring productions to experimental local talent, it's always worth keeping your eyes on smaller venues like The Cube Cinema and The Wardrobe Theatre. It goes without saying that you should always check what's on at the The Old Vic Theatre.

Bristol Comedy Listings

The Power in Performance in Bristol
The Power in Performance in Bristol Tickets
How can we access altered states through performance and drama?

Comedy & Stand-Up Bristol

Those wanting to see the biggest names in stand-up comedy guide will be regularly buying tickets to shows at Colston Hall or The Hippdrome, where panel-show stars like Jimmy Carr and Russell Howard regularly tour. For scratch performaces and emerging talent we recommend looking at The Cube Cinema or the Hen & Chicken in Southville.
Fossils in Bristol
Fossils in Bristol Tickets
Bucket Club bring their play with live electronic music to The Wardrobe.
Blahblahblah – Salena Godden in Bristol
Blahblahblah – Salena Godden in Bristol Tickets
Salena Godden is one of the UK's foremost poets, regularly anthologised and headlining festivals nationally and internationally.
Blahblahblah – Thick Richard in Bristol
Blahblahblah – Thick Richard in Bristol Tickets
A fast-paced crash course in everything you wanted to know about bad language that school couldn't teach you
V!d30$ in Bristol
V!d30$ in Bristol Tickets
Ow key night of video experiments by performance artistes and cabaret creatures
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DALISO CHAPONDA - ‘WHAT THE AFRICAN SAID…’ in Bristol
The Lantern DALISO CHAPONDA - ‘WHAT THE AFRICAN SAID…’
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THE CINEMA OF THE IMAGINATION: FAIRYTALES FOR GROW in Bristol
The Cube THE CINEMA OF THE IMAGINATION: FAIRYTALES FOR GROW
Crick Crack Club Performance Storytelling presents KALI by Emily Hennessey, with music by Sheema Mukherjee