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Built in 1966 the Redgrave was originally known simply as the Clifton College Theatre. The design was based on the Mermaid Theatre in London and was the first purpose built school theatre in the country. The theatre was officially opened by the actor Sir Michael Redgrave, an ex-student of the college and renamed The Redgrave Theatre in his honour after his death.
Originally it was only used for college events, but in the 1970s the decision was made for the theatre to be hired out to local amateur dramatic groups during the holidays.
Today it continues to host some of the same amateur dramatics groups that first visited the theatre back in the 70s as well as a variety of professional touring companies, comedians, film societies, music concerts and dance pieces.There is also a studio space used for rehearsals, as additional changing rooms or for private pre or post show events.
There are 13 events at this location
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Danny Baker: Cradle to the Stage
Stories and comedy from the veteran broadcaster.
The Fascinating Aïda linchpin goes solo.
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain
- Directed by: Neal Foster
- Written by: Neal Foster
The hit book and TV series is brought to the stage in a quirky exploration of the history of Britain. Based on the children's books by Terry Deary.
Jason and the Argonauts
A kids theatre show about a boy overcoming danger to find a home.
Masterchef judge Jay Rayner gives an insight into a different way of thinking about food.
Lee Hurst: Comedy Show No 9
Stand-up comedy show from the veteran Londoner.
Little Shop of Horrors
Musical adaption of the cult film about a carnivorous plant.
Rob Beckett: Mouth of the South
Observational and high-energy new material from the award-winning stand-up.
Rory Bremner: Party Political
Stand-up from the impressionist, satirist and presenter.
Ruby Wax: Frazzled
Ruby Wax discusses her new book, Frazzled, which is a guide to mindfulness.
So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs?
Scientist TV answers questions about dinosaurs and uses film footage from the BBC's Planet Dinosaur to talk about deadly predators. There's also the chance to show off your own dino knowledge.
Somewhere in Time
A performance from BBC's Strictly Come Dancing duo, Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Shakespeare's exuberant romantic comedy.