The Old Theatre Royal is an anonymous building in a quiet cobbled backstreet in the city of Bath, with a unique 265 year history. This was the first Theatre Royal outside of London. It held many Shakespearean productions and entertained royalty regularly. The theatre then became a Catholic Chapel in the early 1800’s. It became home to the Benedictine Mission to Bath and was their principal place of worship. Now, The Old Theatre Royal is home to one of England’s oldest Masonic Lodges. The Masonic Lodge still use the Masonic Hall on a regular basis.
Book Tickets Online
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£6.00 per ticket|
|Children (6 - 16)||£3.50 per ticket|
|Concessions||£5.00 per ticket|
|Family (2 adults plus 2 children||£12.00 per ticket|
Guided tours are available throughout the year on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday at 11am or 2.30pm or Saturday at 2.30pm.
Open All year round.
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- Conference facilities
- Event venue
- Open All Year
- Approx length of visit - Tour lasts approximately 90 minutes
- Celebrity connection - Sarah Siddons
- In town/city centre
- Of historic, literary or architectural interest
- Marketed towards families
- Marketed towards senior citizens
Tours and Demonstrations
- Guided Tours Compulsory for Groups
- Guided Tours Compulsory for Individuals
- Groups Accepted - Groups of more than 10 by prior arrangement