Hidden away in idyllic Clifton, the Redgrave Theatre is one of Bristol's most popular theatres. It's flat stage and tiered 315 seat auditorium creates a sizable yet intimate theatre space.
The Redgrave is a procenium arch Theatre owned and operated by Clifton College. The 323 seats are raked to give exellent veiws of the stage. The Theatre was built in the 60's as was one of the first ever purpose built school theatres. Orginally called the 'Clifton College Theatre' it was renamed in memory of the actor Sir Micheal Redgrave.
The Château is located next door to the Redgrave Theatre. the ground floor consists of a 9 by 4m room suitable for use as a rehearsal space. As well as the main room hirers will also have access to tea and coffee making facilities.