Welcome to The Room Above Theatre

The Room Above Theatre is one of Bristol's best hidden gems! The space is dedicated to bringing affordable live comedy into Bristol's City Centre by; showcasing the best comedy talent the UK as to offer, seeing the most anticipated touring shows take to it's stage and hosting the renewed White Bear Comedy Club - be sure to check out all we have coming up! 'Definitely a venue to put at the top of your list' - Bristol 365

White Bear Comedy Club
Bristol’s Hottest Comedy Club! "Put at the top of your to do list" - Bristol 365
Every Saturday | 7:30pm start
Tickets £10/£12
Bristol Comedy Room
Top comedy from the hosts of Comedy Den Burt Williams & Greg Winfield
Every Wednesday | 7:30pm
Tickets £6/£8
White Bear Comedy Club: Pay What You Want
The White Bear Comedy Club runs a pay what you want show, hosted by Harry Allmark running every Monday night at The Room Above Theatre.
Every Monday Night 7:30pm
Free tickets - donations welcome
Dramsoc & Spotlights Present: Winter Nights
Come along to The Room Above at The White Bear on Tuesday for Spotlights’ first open mic social of the year: Winter Nights! Any Spotlights members can perform
Tuesday 28th November | 8pm
Free entry with a reserved ticket
Real Positive Poles: After Dusk
You walk into a play but none of the actors have learned their lines, because there are none. This show hasn’t been written yet. A nightmare or a dream? Who’s to say? An improvised twist on The Twilight Zone!
Thursday 30th November | 8pm
£8 Tickets
Joseph Parsons: Rebirth
Following his sell out debut, BBC Newcomer Award nominated Joseph Parsons begins work on his second hour of stand up.
Friday 1st December | 7pm
Tickets £5/7
Bristol Revunions Present: Snow Joke
For one night only the Bristol revunions are spreading the Christmas spirit
Friday 1st December | 9pm
Tickets £5/7
Finlay Christie: Work In Progress
Finlay Christie is trying some new jokes for a discerning Bristol audience.
Tuesday 5th December | 7:30pm
Tickets £7
The Worst Time Podcast: LIVE!
Popular podcast hosted by Chris Arnold in which the tales where things go wrong go live for the first time with special guests Amy Mason and Jeremy Flynn
Thursday 7th December | 7:30pm
Tickets £5
Alex Kitson: Must I Paint You a Picture? (WIP)
Alex Kitson is an award-winning comedian with a secret. One he's fed up of keeping.
Friday 8th December | 7:30pm
Tickets £5/7
Comedians Getting Drunk Doing Panel Shows
Fresh of a sell-out Edinburgh Fringe run award-winning comedians Alex Kitson and Ted Milligan host their fave comedians
Friday 8th December | 9pm
Tickets £5/7
Improv Allstars
The comedy-dense monthly improv show hits the Room Above. Four of the best improvisational comedy groups finally come together to show off their comedy chops!
Thursday 14th December | 7:30pm
Tickets £8
White Bear Comedy Club: Shelter Fundraiser
White Bear Comedy Club is running a charity Christmas event in partnership with Shelter, rising money for the homeless in Bristol.
Friday 15th December, 7:30pm
Tickets £10
Eric Rushton: Work In Progress
‘Channel 4 Sean Lock Award’ winner Eric Rushton road tests his brand new show.
Saturday 20th January | 6pm
Tickets £6/£8
Amy Webber: No Previous Experience
Amy is an award winning comedian as heard on BBC Radio 4. Armed with her mini keyboard and an opera degree that’s never been useful, she’s on the hunt for a new job
Friday 26th January | 6pm
Tickets £5/7
Ted Hill: 110 Percent Ted Hill
Come along to watch this weirdo work out whether he wants to be a normal comedian or keep being a weird little PowerPoint boy.
Sunday 4th February | 7:30pm
Tickets £5
Catherine Bohart: Work In Progress
A Bristol Comedy Room Special featuring a brand new work in progress show from Catherine Bohart
Wednesday 28th February | 7:30pm
Tickets £8
Amy Matthews: I Feel Like I’m Made of Spiders
Amy spins a sparkling web of comedy magic between the two states she finds herself caught between – stability and restlessness
Sunday 3rd March | 7:30pm
Tickets £10
Adam Flood: Remoulded
Ay up ducks, it’s me (fella doing the show). It’s a stand-up odyssey about reinvention with a few tricks up its sleeve*, so get on Stoke-on-Trent’s premium cultural export
Thursday 7th March | 7:30pm
Tickets £10
Phil Green: Four Weddings and a Breakdown
Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2023, Phil brings us his award-winning highly personal stand-up show
Tuesday 12th March | 7:30pm
Tickets £10
Horatio Gould: Sweet Prince
‘Will be this country’s Judd Apatow’ (Seann Walsh).
Thursday 28th March | 7:30pm
Tickets £12
Elliot Steel: Love and Hate Speech
Comedy’s best nepo baby (and there’s a lot) hits the road. From near life-altering injuries sustained at jiu jitsu to everyday Gen-Z life, this new show will leave you in fits of laughter.
Sunday 24th March | 7:30pm
Tickets £12.50
Mike Rice: Nasty Character
Mike Rice is embarking on his debut tour of his hilarious new show, where he explores how a once good Catholic boy has taken the devil as a dance partner.
Thursday 25th April | 7:30pm
Tickets £12.50
Tadiwa Mahlunge: Inhibition Exhibition
Fresh from a sell-out Edinburgh Fringe run, one of the country’s top new stand-ups brings their ‘impressive debut’ (The Guardian) to Bristol
Saturday 27th April | 6pm
Tickets £11
Ben Miller: Volcano WIP
In 2023, Ben Miller was the artist in residence at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, the first ever stand-up comedian ever selected. This was probably a terrible idea on their part.
Friday 17th May | 6pm
Tickets £10
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