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Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
We recommend parking in Trenchard Street car park, situated behind Colston Hall. Enter via Trenchard or Lodge Street. Parking is payable at the pay-machines either on entrance (before leaving the car park for Colston Hall) or exit. You may find it easier to pay for your ticket before the show to avoid any queuing on the way home. Easiest access to Colston Hall can be found on floor one of the car park.
Please note Trenchard Street car park serves a number of city venues and can be extremely busy.
Colston Hall is on Colston Street, off the city centre promenade. We are ten minutes walk from the Broadmead shopping area, situated behind Colston Tower.
Temple Meads, the nearest station, is about one mile from Colston Hall. Buses 8 and 9 run directly run directly to the city centre promenade. For further info about train times please visit the National Rail Enquiries website or call 08457 48 49 50.
Most buses to the city centre stop at the promenade, where we recommend you alight for Colston Hall. We are situated on Colston Street, behind Colston Tower. For further bus enquiries please visit the First Cityline website or call 0845 602 0156 (8am-8pm)
Night-Flyers run every Friday and Saturday night 12–6am every hour on the hour at a flat fare of £2.50 from various points in the centre. For further information please call 0117 922 4454, email email@example.com or visit the Bristol City Council website.
Via M5: Exit junction 18, follow A4 (Portway) to the centre. At the promenade (St Augustine’s Parade) turn left into Colston Street.
Via M4: Exit junction 19 (M32). Follow signs to Clifton. For dropping-off / picking-up turn into Colston Street, which is the first left after the Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI).
Look out for the brown signs directing you to Colston Hall.
Please bear in mind that Colston Steet is only accessible in one direction from the city centre promenade – when driving either from Park Street/Anchor Road towards the M32.