Worcestershire WR14 3HB
Ever since 1885 Malvern has had a concert hall and theatre on the current Malvern Theatres site. It has always staged an eclectic series of events. In 1997 it underwent extensive refurbishment, and it is now a model of artistic and architectural excellence.
The new complex has an 850-seat Festival Theatre, a Forum Theatre, a 400-seat cinema, and a bar and restaurant.
Malvern Theatres boasts one of the most diverse selection of plays, music, comedy, dance, film and education work to be found under a single roof anywhere in the country.
To see What’s On visit their website:
Wheelchair spaces are available in all three auditoria. Other areas of the Malvern Theatres are accessible to wheelchairs and there are WC facilities on all levels.
A Sennheiser infra-red system is in operation. Headsets are available from the cloakroom (Festival Theatre shows) or the box office (Forum Theatre shows) on arrival at the theatre.
Bars & Restaurants
Refreshments are available from the Scene Bistro in the centre. The bistro has a restaurant and two bars.
The Bistro opens daily from 10:00, serving morning coffee, snacks and bacon sandwiches. A lunch menus is available Mon-Fri between 12:00 – 16:30.
Evening menu is available every day from around 17:30 hours.
For reservations, please call
01684 567751 between 10:00 – 15:00 Mon-Fri
The Water Clock
On permanent display in the Circle Bar is an 8 foot water clock. It is entitled ‘Water Clock Celebrating Malvern’s Industry’. It was invented and created by world-famous French sculptor, designer and horologist Bernard Gitton.
Malvern’s water clock was the first of its kind in Britain. The clock measures time by the movement of water through its complex system of glass tubes. The clock has proved an attraction for visitors to Malvern ever since its unveiling in 2003.
Bookings may be made online through the Malvern Theatres official website or by telephoning the Box Office on Tel: +44 (0)1684 892 277.
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Contact & Further Information
+44 (0)1684 892 277
is situated in Grange Road, near the centre of Great Malvern
, near to the Priory Church, Nat West Bank and the Abbey Hotel
- By Car:
is on the main A449 Hereford
to Kidderminster Road. Coming by car from the direction of Hereford
, or from Worcester City, visitors should use the A449 right to the centre of Great Malvern
If travelling to Malvern from the north via the M5 motorway, visitors should leave the motorway at Junction 7 and follow the signs for the A449 to Malvern.
If travelling to Malvern from the south via the M5 motorway, visitors should leave the motorway at Junction 8 and join the M50. Stay on the M50 for only about 2km, taking the first exit you come to, signposted Malvern A38. Follow the A38 (signs for Upton/Malvern) and cross the River Severn at Upton.
Turn right at the mini-roundabout after the bridge and follow the road for about four miles (6.5 km). Take a left turn sign posted Malvern. Follow the road through Guarlford and on to Barnard’s Green. At Barnard’s Green take the second exit at the large roundabout up the hill into Great Malvern
- By Rail:
For the latest timetable information call National rail enquiries on Tel: 08457 484950 or Tel: +44(0) 2072785240 from overseas.
Walking from the station
Malvern Theatres is only 10 minutes walk from Great Malvern train Station.
Come out of the station and turn left onto Avenue road at the top of the car park. Walk up Avenue road passing the shop on your left, take the forth road on your left into Priory Road.
On your left is a Pay and Display car park; on your right is Malvern Splash swimming pool. Take the path around the side of the Splash signposted Winter Gardens, cross the bridge over the lake.
- By Bus:
For timetable information contact Midland Red West on Tel: 01905 763888. For alternative bus travel from around the country visit the National Express Website or call Tel: 08705 808080.
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