Project Title: Bristol Old Vic Theatre Redevelopment
Client: Bristol Old Vic and Theatre Royal Trust
Project Manager: Orsa Projects
Quantity Surveyor: Gardiner & Theobald
Architect: Haworth Tompkins
Structural Engineer: Momentum
Services Engineer: Max Fordham
Project Value: £9million
Bristol Old Vic is a theatre company based at the Theatre Royal, Bristol, the oldest continually-operating theatre in the English-speaking world which was built during 1764–66. The adjacent Cooper’s Hall was built in 1743–44. Together, they are a Grade I listed building.
Gilbert-Ash carried out the demolition of part of the existing Grade I listed Coopers Hall building, creating new foyers and Front of House facilities, connecting the existing building with the new.
The refurbishment provided a Studio Theatre, backstage areas and administration accommodation, together with links to the Auditorium and Backstage areas.
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