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I was born in Bristol but never knew this place existed, until I read about the recent renovations in the local paper.
Unfortunately on the day of my visit, recording was taking place in the auditorium, so I couldn't see that, but I was able...More
The new, colour" of the auditorium is so depressing, a complete mismatch with the seating and above stage art. New entrances let in cold as not double doors. Internal doors NOT soundproof. Macmillan concert spoilt by audible talking outside of the doors, presumably from bar...More
Something of an iconic, if perhaps lesser known, Bristol institution, I was looking forward to my visit here as part of the Bristol Open Doors programme. The last time I came here was around thirty years ago whilst working for a Bang & Olufsen dealer,...More
Visited for a wedding with my girlfriend. The venue made us feel very welcome and having drinks in the garden beforehand was really refreshing.
The location was easy to get taxis to and from. Facilities were good and the bar was well stocked!
The acoustics in St Georges are excellent and the wide range of music make it a go to place. The bar is very good for pre concert drinks and in the interval.
We have seen classical events popular artists such as Georgie Fame, Brian Ferry...More
Great venue with brilliant acoustics
Really nice sized hall which gives a nice view of the stage
Good local parking at the West End car park
Project Zulu were great. Fantastic performance and a really great charity
Recently attended this great little venue for Sing out Bristol. Its been lovingly restored, seating is comfortable although i found the safety rail on upstairs seats a little high. Even has a bar. Well worth a visit