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We enjoyed the VIP package giving us use of the Ambassador Room for pre theatre and intermission drinks. That experience which complimented the hugely amusing brilliantly staged production of "The play that goes wrong".
After a recommendation for " The play that goes wrong" we booked tickets and a two night stay at the Bristol Hotel.
The Hippodrome is tired and cramped. We were in the Grand Circle with little or no legroom. Maybe when it was designed and...More
This theatre looks terribly rundown from the outside but inside it is a jewel
Beware bar prices. 2 glasses of wine £17!!!!!
Good job we smuggled some in lol
The theatre and staff were all great
We say The Play that goes wrong.
Visited to see The Play That Goes Wrong and at the interval a glass of wine cost £8.50 per glass and a bottle of beer £6+. Ice cream £4. This is unbelievably expensive. The cost of drinks at Bristol Old Vic are much cheaper etc....More
Went to see Thriller Live on a Thursday evening. 24 degrees outside but comfortable temp inside - aircon working fine where we sat. Arrived 30 mins before start, no queues. Sat in Row D stalls, great view of stage. Anything in 1st 10 rows would...More
Really enjoy seeing all the shows, we come here every few months. Seeing as this is really the only venue in Bristol to see such shows the venue could seriously do with a face lift, with cramped seating, no aircon, limited toilets that are not...More
I attended the theatre on the evening of the 8th July and upon our arrival proceeded to our seats the theatre in general appears tired a shame really as it has some highly decorative features, very quickly it became apparent that the theatre was exceptionally...More