Theatre Walks

Saints and Sinners in St George

Did you know the world’s most prolific serial killer was born and raised in St George? That Queen Elizabeth I processed in state along Church Road? And that the Fire Engine pub had nothing to do with putting out fires?

Our walk through 800 years of history includes a rare medieval survivor, a Tudor monarch and the grand tombs and monuments of the industrialists whose Victorian collieries and factories swept away the old market gardens and changed the landscape forever. Even locals will see something they’ve never seen before.

Meet St George’s Saints, Sinners and the many ordinary folk in between whose lives were every bit as extraordinary.

Launched 2022, our walkers said:

Brilliant show, thank you
Fabulous!  Entertaining and informative!
Highly recommend, lived here 30 years and learned a few things.
Fantastic theatrical walk’ – @sophontrack on Twitter

  • Meet/start: St George Park entrance, opposite the Fire Engine pub on Church Road, BS5 9HX
  • Tour takes place outdoor. Ends close by.
  • Lasts: approx. 2 hours
  • Dates + Times: 3pm Sundays, usually fortnightly, May-Oct see booking link for dates

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YOU’RE IN FOR A TREAT — Kathryn Davis, Director of Tourism, Visit West

Available for private tours, please contact us for details »

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uncanny and macabre, cracking script, consummate performer — Bristol Life Mag

Awards include Best Live Performance (Creative Bath Awards) and Best of Bristol Theatre (Bristol24/7).