• Welcome to Bath's Old Theatre Royal
    Welcome to Bath's Old Theatre Royal

    A Venue for every occasion

A Bath venue for private hire

This historic building is available for private hire.  It offers a unique setting for weddings, receptions, parties, dinners, meetings and conferences.

Old Theatre Royal is a Bath venue located in the heart of the city. Originally built for entertainment in 1750, this Bath venue still provides all you could need for your party or event.

This is because the historic building offers a unique feel for any type of function.  There are various spaces to suit both private and corporate events. The building has first class facilities.

There is a lot of history surrounding this Bath venue.  It has lots of stories to tell your guests.  The historic listed building has theatrical links and royal heritage.  You can see some lovely art and artefacts thru the building.  There is something interesting around every corner.

This Bath venue is located in the city centre.  It is just tucked away in a quiet backstreet, away from the hustle and bustle.  Still, it is only 100 yards from a large multi-storey car park.  It is just walking distance to major hotels and shopping centres.

The Masonic Temple, a 2000 sq. ft. hall, can house larger events. Also, the Regency Dining Room is suitable for smaller receptions.  It is available to hire along with the temple or on its own.  The 2 fully licensed bars serve each area.

The Old Theatre Royal has all the facilities you would expect from a top Bath venue.  Firstly, there is Wi-Fi and high speed broadband available.  Secondly, the disabled facilities include accessible toilets, Hearing Loop and a modern wheelchair lift.  Thirdly, the on-site kitchens prepare fresh food, as agreed with you.  Finally, presentation equipment is available to hire as needed.

For more information, please contact us.

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