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The nearest car parking to the Bristol Hippodrome is at the Millennium Square secured car park, two minutes' walk from the theatre. The car park is at the end of Canons Way, off Anchor Road and is open until 00:30.
Nearest rail: Bristol Temple Meads Taxis: rank outside the venue
Box Office Numbers
Ticketmaster UK: 0844 871 3012 Group bookings (10+ tickets): 0844 871 3032 Calls will cost 7 ppm plus your network access charge.
Box Office Hours
Bristol Box Office opening hours vary. Please check the venue’s website for more information. www.bristolhippodrome.org.uk.
Box Office Collection Accepted
Collect from the venue on the day of the show during box office opening hours. Take the credit card used to make the booking and Ticketmaster reference number with you. The cardholder will be required to sign for the tickets.
Box Office Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa (credit and debit), Switch/Maestro, cash, cheques (with guarantee card), National Theatre Tokens
Bristol Hippodrome welcomes patrons with disabilities and special needs. Unfortunately the venue does not have a lift and access for wheelchairs is limited. Please refer all wheelchair/special needs enquiries to Trish Hodson on 0117 302 3222 or email email@example.com There is a Sennheiser Infrared system for the hard of hearing - if you require the use of this, please advise a member of front of house staff upon your arrival at the theatre. A nominal deposit will be required. There is also an induction loop system available at this theatre, however the loop system ONLY works in the following areas of the theatre: Stalls rows: F-H, K-M, O-Q, S-W. Circle rows: B-C, E-F, H-K. To book please contact Trish Hodson on 0117 302 3222.
No cameras, video cameras or audio recording devices No food is to be consumed on the premises Smoking is not permitted in any part of this venue.
For children's shows and pantomimes, children under two years old will be admitted free. No ticket purchase will be necessary as long as they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. For other shows, children under two will not be admitted. Children aged two to fifteen may be admitted but will need to purchase a ticket, with any relevant discounts if available. In all cases, the management have the right to ask that particularly noisy children be removed from the auditorium.
Reserved seating for patrons is available on three levels: Stalls, grand circle and upper circle. Please be aware that seating in the upper circle is very high up and seating is on padded benches. These seats have a low back and do not have armrests. Restricted views: Boxes J to U offer a front, side view with access via stairs and may not be on sale for some productions. The same applies to the Upper Circle Row A1-16 and A 63-78 (slip seats), which are situated high above the front, side boxes and these too may not be on sale for all productions. The front safety rail may impair the view from Row B in the upper circle. Boxes (for 2, 3 or 4 people) are not bookable online, and may have restricted viewing. Boxes cannot be part-sold. Please call 0844 847 2325 or visit the Box Office in person to check availability. Surtitles: For many operas, a running English translation is displayed above the stage. These are visible from row P forwards in the stalls, from row G forwards in the grand circle, and in the upper circle. Licensed bar Air conditioning Capacity: 1951