St George’s Bristol
Set within the walls of a glorious Georgian church (designed by Royal Opera House and British Museum architect Robert Smirke) and nestled in its own haven of terraced gardens, the 562-seat St George’s Bristol is the city’s foremost venue for live Classical, Jazz, Folk and World music. Its year-round programme welcomes local, national and internationally known artists and the hall’s warmly intimate acoustic makes St George’s one of the best live music spaces in the country.
Situated in Bristol’s ‘West End’, St George’s Bristol is just off of the city’s famous Park Street and metres away from its oldest park, Brandon Hill. While on-site parking isn’t available (except for disabled patrons) there is an abundance of metered and multi-story parking available in the vicinity.
The popular Crypt Cafe/Bar, found in the vaults of the building, is the ideal place to start any visit to St George’s, with a variety of locally sourced ales, wines, spirits and soft drinks available, not to mention hot meals at selected events courtesy of local eateries such as Pieminister, The Clifton Sausage, The Real Olive Company and Thali Cafe.