Discover the Bristol Hippodrome with a guided tour

Discover the Bristol Hippodrome with a guided tour

Posted on: 03 Dec 2019

Ever wanted to see what goes on behind the scenes at the Bristol Hippodrome? Or know someone who might? We’ve got some good news. 

 

Every Saturday, Bristol’s West End Theatre invites the general public to take a guided tour of its premises.

 

A chance to uncover the glimmer and glamour of the Hippodrome, which was first opened in 1912, the guided tour is a no-brainer for local theatre fans.

 

Book your theatre tour now. 

 

In recent times, the Hippodrome has welcomed the likes of Disney’s West-End hit The Lion King, internationally-acclaimed comedians and world-class operas. So, there’s really no better time than now to explore the theatre in all its glory.

Discover what goes on behind the scenes at the Bristol Hippodrome with a guided tour

With the help of the theatre’s friendly expert tour guides, you’ll uncover what goes on behind the scenes at the Hippodrome.

 

Delve into the history of the theatre and find out what it takes to put on a world-class show.

 

Hear about the shows, the stars, and get the inside scoop on theatre gossip. And of course, you can expect to hear some ghost stories, too.

 

Tours last for approximately two hours and occur most Saturday mornings. They kick off at 10:00 from the Hippodrome’s main entrance.

 

And lucky for fans eager to visit ASAP, they've got tours happening throughout December and January. After all, this could be the perfect Christmas gift for a loved one.

 

Bristol Hippodrome guided tours cost £16.40 per person. Or if you’re a Theatre Card Member, you can enjoy a guided tour for £14.50. 

 

To book your guided tour, or to see what's coming up at the Bristol Hippodrome head to the website. 


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Article by:

Kate Hutchison

Kate Hutchison, co-Editor 365Bristol.com & Editor 365Bath.com 

Kate is a recent Philosophy graduate and freelance writer with a passion for digital content, music and lifestyle journalism. Find Kate in a coffee shop, on Twitter or email kate@365bristol.com