Theatre Shop Clevedon is, as you might expect, a theatre in a shop.   Once the shop was empty but now it’s filled with energy and laughter on a regular basis.  This small but perfectly formed venue began life as a short-term pop-up, conceived to bring something new to the high street.    Now in its fifth-year of trading, Theatre Shop retains an informal vibe alongside a commitment to presenting an ambitious programme of professional performance.

Theatre Shop Clevedon is jointly managed by Theatre Orchard and locally based theatre company Living Spit whose wares can often be sampled on the Shopfloor. Grab a locally-made beverage from our hand-crafted bar – sit back and swill back your culture in relaxed fashion.

Theatre Shop Clevedon’s programme also radiates activity out onto the streets of Clevedon. We strike up creative partnerships with other organisations in the town to make Clevedon a sparkling place to be.

“It’s great to see empty retail units used this way, and this is a show that should sprinkle extra Christmas magic across this Victorian seaside town.” 

Lyn Gardner at The Guardian on Nutshell Nutcracker (produced by Theatre Orchard and Ballet Central for Theatre Shop).  

Access Information
Theatre Shop Clevedon’s performance space is accessible, and a complimentary carer’s ticket is available for audience members with access requirements. Toilets within the Shop are upstairs, but accessible facilities are available in adjacent Queen’s Square, just outside the venue.

Where to find us

Theatre Shop can be found behind B&M Bargains in the pedestrianised Queens Square shopping area, between Superdrug and Boots Chemist.

Theatre Shop
Unit 5, Queens Square, Clevedon,
North Somerset,
BS21 6HX


Getting to Clevedon
By Bus Visit for more information and up-to-date timetables for all bus services in the West of England

By Car Clevedon is conveniently located at junction 20 of the M5, or for those who like the scenic route, from Bristol on the B3130.

Car Parking Two free car parks are available on Great Western Road, 5 minutes walk from the venue. After 5pm, unlimited parking is also available in adjacent B&M Bargains, BS21 6HX.


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A brand new season of shows return to Theatre Shop in October.


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Theatre Shop, Clevedon
October 18 @ 7:30 pm

Antosh Wojcik “Dziadek? Dziadek? Can you hear me?” Using just his voice…

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October 19 @ 7:30 pm

Soap Soup A paper heart is caught in the wind. It flutters…

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October 25 @ 7:30 pm

Dionne Draper "Look at Sarah's hair, it doesn't get wet!" "Oh yeah"…

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Beryl’s Of Mayfair

Theatre Shop, Clevedon
November 2 @ 7:30 pm

Kate Mc'Nab's solo performance for Ministry of Entertainment Mervyn’s going to Kidderminster.…

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A Little Death

Theatre Shop, Clevedon
November 8 @ 7:30 pm

Vic Llewellyn “A One-Man show about Mass Hysteria!” “It works a bit…

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George Egg: DIY Chef

Theatre Shop, Clevedon
November 9 @ 7:30 pm

George Egg: DIY CHEF George Egg is a stand-up comedian who cooks…

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I Ain’t Afraid Of No Ghost

Theatre Shop, Clevedon
November 14 @ 7:30 pm

Little Earthquake “It’s 1986. I am eight years old. Prince Andrew and…

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Clare Hollingworth & The Scoop of the Century

Theatre Shop, Clevedon
November 16 @ 2:30 pm

PaddleBoat Theatre AUGUST 29TH 1939 BRITISH JOURNALIST’S BIG SCOOP Today it is…

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Five Years

Theatre Shop, Clevedon
November 21 @ 7:30 pm

Neal Pike “Let me tell you about Foxwood. A place that my…

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“You can’t beat the feeling you get from sharing a space with a live audience and performers. The humanity, the intimacy and the sense of community that come from these shared experiences seem to me be right at the heart of being human.  Projects such as Theatre Shop thrive because committed and passionate people can work a special magic in small successful  communities like Clevedon.”

Peter Lord, Creative Director, Aardman

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