The Mount Without

The Mount Without

Stunning converted church venue on St Michael's Hill.

Is The Mount Without Bristol's most beautiful venue? A recently converted church that's been the site of worship for over 900 years, whoever's in charge has left a lot of the drag majesty of the old structure in tact. And so, with a keen eye for visual art and interior design, the Mount Without was born. Principally a wedding / private hire venue, it adds a touch of the sublime to all performances and gigs hosted there.

What's On At The Mount Without

Bristol Community Big Band Fundraiser at The Mount Without
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big band jazz swing new orleans jazz
CA BA RAY at The Mount Without
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Murder Mystery Night: A Gothic Horror at The Mount Without
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drag theatre comedy
New Year's Day Celebration 2024 at The Mount Without
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electro afrobeat world workshops & classes festival
Heartwood Sing International Women's Day at The Mount Without
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a cappella traditional folk anti-folk folk

Get a feel for The Mount Without

Our recent recommendations for The Mount Without

Impermanence programmes yet another boundary-pushing dance / physical theatre delight in the celestial surrounding of the Mount Without. The Days sets a minimal, almost Scandi noir, scene for Maria Nurmela and Ville Oinonen to explore alternating movements and bodily narratives of empathy and care. A new duet from award winning choreographer The Clinkard.

Sell out warning! Free entry peak into the multi-disciplinary spell book of this 8 artist coven exploring Wicca, Cryptobotany, Herbalism and Futurism with a dystopic gaze in the crypt of the Mount Without. W.I.T.C.H is an art encounter and exhibition celebrating the work of a coven of eight, curated by artist, Anouska Gane.

Sell out warning! Fingerpicking guitar and the pure, raw, folk-soul of the unstoppable voice behind Honeyfeet and Band of Burns. Ríoghnach Connolly is simply the best folk singer in the British Isles. The Breath is Manchester-based guitarist Stuart McCallum and singer/flautist Ríoghnach Connolly.

Special one-off WIP performance of creative folk theatre, drawing on ancient Irish mythology for a surreal and dark tale by Owl on the Roof. The Children of Lir were doomed by their evil witchy stepmother to live as swans by day - Tchaikovsky started here! Owl on the Roof present their newest production

Sell out warning! Sell out warning! Loveable emo-folk-punk trio Toodles & The Hectic Pity celebrate the release of their new album along with fellow Specialist Subject Records pals in the form of garage pop-punks Cosmit and Soot Sprite’s shoegaze bedroom-pop. FFO: Martha, Dogeyed, Trust Fund. with Soot Sprite & Cosmit