Spaces for hire at Everyman Bristol

from £350
per person / per session
Screen 1
243
243 seater screen in a traditional theatre setting.
from £500
minimum spend / per session
Screen 2
85
85 seater screen with sofa seating.
from £600
minimum spend / per session
Screen 3
110
110 Seater screen with sofa seating

Prices and opening hours

Monday
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £500 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
Tuesday
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £500 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
Wednesday
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £500 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
Thursday
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £500 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
Friday
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £500 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £250 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
Saturday
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £650 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £400 hire fee + min. spend
Sunday
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £650 hire fee + per person
10:00 – 20:30
from £350 hire fee + min. spend
10:00 – 20:30
from £400 hire fee + min. spend

Facilities and catering options

Up to 243
seats
Up to 0
standing
In-house catering
External catering allowed
Promoted / ticketed events
Alcohol provided
Parking available
Accommodation available
BYO alcohol

Location

Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2NH

About Everyman Bristol

Everyman Bristol was built in 1920–1921 by James Henry LaTrobe and Thomas Harry Weston (1870–1923) and opened by the Duchess of Beaufort on 29 November 1921. It formerly had a ballroom, billiard room and restaurant but in 1978, the large single screen was removed and the building split into three screens. Formerly Whiteladies Picture House this stunning Grade II listed venue has been lovingly restored and has kept many of the beautiful building’s original art deco features, the cinema really is something to behold and is the perfect setting for film premieres, private screenings and corporate away days. It has been a hugely popular venue since it first re-opened its doors in 2016 and has hosted Events with the BBC, Netflix, Wild Screen Festival and Social Media week.

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