Kelvin Players is one of the largest and most respected non-professional theatre companies in the South West. From the base of our Studio Theatre on Gloucester Road in Bristol we present at least five productions each year varying hugely in style, period and genre.
With well over 120 members of all ages* and backgrounds and the support of numerous patrons we have a busy calendar of events within the club. Be it productions, construction nights, rehearsed play readings or new writing meetings, there are loads of ways to get involved.
Whether you're interested in treading the boards or in one of the numerous backstage roles you'll find a friendly atmosphere and a group passionate about making quality theatre for the people of Bristol.
*Membership available from age 16
If you want to get to our members' pages, please click here (password required): KELVIN-MEMBERS.CO.UK
Directed by Kris Hallett
at The Kelvin Players Studio
Following the most recent official government recommendations regarding COVID-19, we regret to inform you that The Kelvin Players Studio Theatre will be closed from Thursday 19 March until further notice.
All shows and any other activities scheduled to take place at Kelvin will be suspended from this time onwards.
We understand that this decision comes as a disappointment, but ultimately we all want to protect the health and safety of our communities and we believe this is the correct decision to make.
With regards to tickets and refunds, we are dealing with this matter via our agents “Ticketsource” who making arrangements to reimburse everyone who has already purchased tickets. They will be in touch as soon as possible.
Please be assured that we are working as quickly as possible to understand the implications of this closure and to put the appropriate steps in place.
It is currently unclear how long the Studios will need to remain closed, however we will be following the advice of the government in the coming days and provide updates as and when we are clear what we can do.
For now, we would like to thank you for your understanding and patience, and to recognise the incredible efforts and support of our members, patrons and friends over this difficult period.
18th March 2020