Getting Here

" All roads lead to the Bristol Improv Theatre! "

The Bristol Improv Theatre, 50 St Paul's Road, Bristol


A GREAT option! The Theatre is on St. Paul's Road, just off Whiteladies Road. There is plenty of bicycle parking at the Union Building (Queens Road) or at the side of the adjacent church.


The bus service here is amazing. The No.8 stops on the adjacent road, and the No.9 stops directly outside! Catch them from Redland, Bristol Temple Meads Train Station and the City Centre.


We are very near Clifton Down Station, which can be easily reached from Gloucester Road, Lawrence Hill, Easton, Bristol Temple Meads and beyond.


The WORST option! There is no parking at the theatre (some provision can be made for loading/unloading). Finding parking in the surrounding streets can be time consuming, and may be some walk away. If you are coming by car we recommend giving yourself at least an extra half-an-hour travelling time.

Disabled Access

There is currently no wheelchair access, as there are steps at both the front and rear of the building. Those with limited mobility may find entry difficult. We apologise for this and are working on solutions. Our volunteers & staff will endeavour to assist wherever possible. If you have mobility issues and are thinking of paying us a visit, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss access further with you.

Box Office Information

The theatre box office opens 40 minutes before all events for door ticket sales. At this time online pre-bookings will close and remaining tickets (if any) will be available to purchase on the door of the venue.

Patrons are welcome to use of our licensed bar. The bar closes for performances, and re-opens for interval and post show drinks. Please note the bar and box office are currently cash only.

The time listed for an event is the show start time. We ask our patrons to present themselves with a fully issued ticket before the start time, as latecomers may be refused entry.

Please ensure that you arrive with enough time to purchase your ticket and drinks.

(* quote by a confused Roman, who might also be imaginary)