Event venues

You might find these venue suggestions useful when planning your wedding or event in Bristol and Somerset.

As a caterer who regularly works in Bristol and the South West, we have a lot of experience providing food at various venues suitable for your event or wedding in the area. Many are landmark buildings that are perfect for a memorable celebration and all are familiar to us so that we can ensure everything is smooth and enjoyable. We are, of course, always delighted to come to the venue of your choice. Here are some venues that we can recommend.

If you’d like to discuss catering or venues with us, please email catering@papadeli.co.uk

Colston Hall

colston hall venue hireBristol’s favourite concert hall with a wide range of options for meetings, client entertainment, celebrations and weddings. There’s the Festival of Britain auditorium as well as the golden foyer an architecturally important foyer with award winning green credentials.

Read more about Colston Hall here.




St George’s Bristol

Located just off Park Street in the centre of Bristol, St George’s is a superb, world renowned music venue, in its own gardens, near the picturesque Brandon Hill. This listed building is ideal for weddings, launches, parties, both corporate and private.  St George’s has big plans for 2017 to extend the building and enhance its facilities, which we look forward very much to seeing!

For more information about St George’s, please click here

.Papadeli catering at St George's


Royal West of England Academy

Bristol’s oldest art gallery, built in the mid 19th Century, is truly spectacular as a venue for any celebration – be it a wedding or party.  The main gallery offers a magical space surrounded by art as well as a number of smaller rooms ideal for meetings and lectures.  The balcony overlooking the Clifton Triangle and Victoria Rooms is one of few truly beautiful places to sip champagne and watch the world go by. We have a cafe on the ground floor and regularly cater for all types of events.

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Royal Academy of the West of Engand

Walton Castle

This is a superb 17th Century hill top castle near Clevedon, less than 30 minutes from Bristol.  It is nestled in beautiful gardens and enjoys stunning views over the Channel. There is accommodation on site for the wedding party and guests, in turrets surrounding the castle.

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Ideal for your wedding - Walton CastleAs caterers, we can recommend venues


A stunning 18th Century converted church in a leafy Georgian Square in Bristol, Circomedia is a quirky and original venue for all sorts of events.  It is ideal for themed weddings (have your own circus performers to make it extra memorable!).

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The Tobacco Factory

Situated in South Bristol, this great Bristol theatre, restaurant and meeting space is ideal for an original and memorable party.  Stage your wedding in the theatre, or have your meeting in one of the rehearsal spaces.  A truly flexible event venue.

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The tobacco factory is a great venue

Catering at Church and Village Halls in Bristol

Bristol is full of lovely village halls that are ideal for a wedding or party.  We are happy to provide catering at your chosen hall, and can recommend;

Stoke Bishop Church Hall

Beautiful St Mary Magdalene church and well laid out church hall just on the edge of the downs – surrounded by trees, this is a lovely venue for all kinds of events and parties.

Papadeli Catering on the edge of the downs

Westbury on Trym Village Hall

Located not far from Clifton and the Downs, Westbury on Trym Village hall is in a picturesque part of Bristol.  It is a well equipped hall and great for your party or wedding.

More information here

Plan your wedding or event

We have a lot of experience as caterers and are always delighted to work closely with you, making sure your event is one to remember.

For more information about events, please email catering@papadeli.co.uk.

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