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I have been to the Alma Tavern frequently during the past forty years but this is only the second time that I have been upstairs in the theatre – this was the first time since I became disabled.
Though booking tickets was cumbersome since their...More
An absolute gem of a place to visit. Not only is there a warm & friendly pub downstairs but upstairs is the amazing small theatre.
I’ve been a few times now & have always had excellent service from the bar staff & play organisers.
This is a lovely place both to eat and drink and we were made to feel very welcome. The service was good and everything we had as a group really good too. Although there was nothing on while we were there, it is a theatre...More
I went to a one man show at the Alma about Kenneth Williams and was pleased to see it so busy after its makeover. The pub was buzzing and there was a good audience for the show. It's a great asset for Bristol.
Very disappointing, bar staff really not interested, apart from offering each other cups of tea.
Was going to sit on cosy seats close to bar but whole area taken over by staff member working on laptop.
It feels like they don't want customers.
I've reviewed this interesting venue before but wanted to continue to support it. I saw Lost here, 3 short plays put on by local actors. The standard was good but it was excellent to see the Alma providing a space for new, local talent. Live...More
We have been Alma customers for around 25 years. In the last 9 months we have found the food and service vary according to who is working. When the girls are taking orders and serving the food; it is delicious, the service is excellent and...More
Living in South Wales and appreciating the arts enormously we decided to venture to Bristol and into The Alma Tavern (for food) which was very pleasant. Nice woody, friendly surroundings in a lovely part of Bristol. Food arrived quickly and the staff were attentive. Furthermore,...More
I should start by saying, I really like the Alma and have been going there for at least 15 years on and off.
There is always a relaxed atmosphere, the clientele is the older Clifton professional letting their hair down.
One minor issue I have...More
I've visited this little pub theatre in a number of occasions - it only seats 50 odd people but don't let it fool you. The quality of productions in e viewed here are superb.
Above the lovely Alma pub & restaurant (worth a visit in...More