Nestled at the foot of the beautiful Brandon Hill park, a visit to St George’s Bristol provides a real feast for the senses. The stunning Georgian building, with its impressive set of Grecian colonnades and new £6.3million pavilion style extension, offers a unique atmosphere for the thousands of music-lovers who visit each year - whether here to enjoy classical, jazz, blues, folk, world music or spoken word events.
There are regular family-friendly concerts, as well as student tickets on sale for many events.
St George’s Bristol is a former church: the main hall, with original seating and fantastic acoustics, holds over 500 people, and the crypt is now home to the ‘Our Story’ exhibition.
Open all day and into the evening drop in for homemade and delicious food and drinks.
Did you know?
The star-shaped light in St George’s auditorium ceiling marks the spot where the building was hit by an incendiary bomb in World War II – which thankfully failed to ignite! St George’s keeps the star light on throughout all shows for good luck.
- Full accessibility for wheelchair users (from Charlotte Street entrance)
- Guide dogs permitted
- Limited disabled parking (please contact the box office to pre-book)
- Complimentary entry for carers
- Facilities for deaf and hard of hearing people
- Toilets for disabled visitors