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Trinity Centre

A musical highlight in the heart of Bristol, the Trinity Centre has played an integral part in the city’s cultural history since it was built in the 19th century.

  • Comedy
  • Literature
  • Music

Originally a community church, the Grade II* Listed historic landmark is now home to one of Bristol’s biggest independent performance venues and has seen a host of famous names grace the stage over the years. As well as its famous club nights, the centre hosts regular community workshops, weddings and festival events, and is used by over 60,000 people a year.

Trinity is nestled in Old Market, a Conservation Area of national significance brimming with architectural gems, quirky shops and delightful cafes, including the Old Market Assembly which is well worth a visit. 

Did you know?

In the early 1990s, the Trinity Centre was known as 'the home of the Bristol sound', hosting acts like Roni Size, Smith & Mighty, Portishead and Massive Attack that went on to find global fame.



  • Accessible to wheelchair users
  • Guide dogs permitted
  • Discounted/ Complimentary entry for carers
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
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