18-20 Alma Vale Road,

(0117) 973 5171

Alma Tavern and Theatre Information

The Alma Tavern is a unique venue with the Alma theatre upstairs. The Alma Tavern is a traditional pub serving good quality food using locally sourced produce.

Venue Type
Opening Hours
Mon-Wed 11:00-23:30
Thu-Sat 11:00-00:00
Sun 11:00-23:30
Food Times
Mon-Fri 12:00-15:00 & 18:00-21:30
Sat 11:00-21:30
Sun 11:00-18:00
Advisable on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
£10 - £20 per person
Food Info
Bar Menu, Pre Theatre Menu, After Theatre Menu, Set Lunch Menu, A La Carte Menu, Sunday Roast
Drink Info
Beer from £5.00 per bottle
Wine from £11.70 per bottle
Large Screen showing sports events, Games Machines, Newspapers, WiFi, Other
Children welcome - until 19:00
Outdoor Area
Courtyard beer garden at the rear.
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, NO Disabled Toilets

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Reviewer James D
The Alma Tavern and Theatre changed hands in early August and has since seen a substantial refurbishment. We have a new chef and a brand new menu as well as a fresh and enthusiastic management team. The theatre is to remain a key feature with the addition of some live music and upgraded facilities.

Please come and see the new look Alma, it has somewhat changed.

Many thanks,

J & Z, F & R
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Reviewer PaulBee
It's probably not the best idea you'll ever have to order Fish, Chips and Mushy Peas here as they serve it up directly on top of a sheet of old newspaper! Without any greaseproof paper between your food and the newspaper you'll find the paper dissolving into your peas and yesterday's news printed on your chips. Anytime you fancy a side order of newsprint with your meal and the chance of being poisoned by consuming printing ink eat at the Alma Tavern!
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Reviewer leyhayl
Always enjoyed visiting this pub. Has a great traditional feel to the place. Never eaten here so can't comment on the food but always a great buzz to the place.

They also serve Leffe which is my personal favourite so they get a massive 4 stars from me!
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Reviewer jokerboy
5 massive stars for Richard III, a fantastic performance with amazing sets, costumes and a cast of professional actors - all this and a pint of real ale - a really excellent night out.
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Reviewer cjg
5 stars for "White Lights" by Mike Akers. Great play, well acted and spot on direction. Fantastic!
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Reviewer Anonymous
Had a great night here, having my dinner here and then went upstairs to watch a show.
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Reviewer Anonymous
Had a great night here, having my dinner here and then went upstairs to watch a show.
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