Conferences & Day Delegate Rates
Day Delegate Rate - Special Offer
Our newly renovated event space Coopers’ Hall, is perfect for hosting your conference, getting your team inspired and thinking outside of their usual four walls.
For a limited time only, we’ve reduced our rates for events that take place before 11 September.
- Exclusive use of Coopers' Hall
- Three servings of tea & coffee
- Sandwich or mezze buffet lunch
- AV to include; projector speakers with aux connection, mic with optional lectern, dedicated 500mb WiFi
Plus, inpsire your team and make the most of breaks by exploring the rich history that Bristol Old Vic has to offer, a place where culture, heritage and creativity are brought to life and shared everyday. From the immersive ‘Noises off’ corridor on the 4th floor Gallery or exploring the 250 year history depicted across the Pit horseshoe wall, to looking through ‘A Window to the Past’ via our augmented reality experience.
Book now to take advantage of this very special offer!
Looking for an events space with a difference?
If you're looking for a beautiful, creative events space in central Bristol to hold a team workshop, conference or meeting then the magnificent, Grade I listed Coopers’ Hall or more intimate Foyle Room make the perfect venues.
Following our multi-million-pound redevelopment, our refurbished spaces come with reliable audio-visual resources and fantastic food from our catering partner. With great coffee, tea, freshly baked pastries, delicious sandwich lunches or a Mediterranean mezze selection on offer, you can be assured that your delegates will be well looked after.
But that’s not all! During breaks, we actively encourage delegates to explore our historic building, whether that be in the immersive
Get in touch with our expert team who can answer your questions and create a bespoke proposal for your event: 0117 907 2681.
Coopers’ Hall is a beautiful cultural venue and the events team are fantastic. It was perfect for our workshop session and we would definitely book again.
Morwenna Fuge, Arts Council England