HOURS. 10 Colston Yard. Colston Street. Bristol BS1 5BD
HOURS is an inspiring gallery and event space hidden in the heart of Bristol. With a ground floor entrance and top floor views, the space is 46 square meters with a dark oak floor, white walls and flexible lighting and hanging system.
Directions and access.
HOURS is in Colston Yard, accessed from Colston Street, through an archway between Bike Workshop and Blaze. For sat nav use ‘Colston Street’ The postcode is BS1 5BD. The nearby Trenchard Street car park is 4 minutes walk from HOURS. There is meter parking on Colston Street. There is no official parking in Colston Yard, but it can be accessed for loading. HOURS has a street level entrance door and the wash room has disability access.
The space can be one large room, two smaller, or with a partial divide. There is a sound system, wifi, an adjustable lighting and hanging system. Kitchen with tea and coffee, fridge and microwave, plates and cutlery. Wash room with shower. Tables, chairs, sofa bed and coffee table. Catering can be arranged, or bring your own.
Exhibiting at HOURS If you would like to apply for an exhibition, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send details.
Map: HOURS on Google maps
“I’m so delighted to have found HOURS! It’s a wonderful light space with fantastic views and gorgeous art on the walls. This makes for a relaxed, spacious and welcoming environment for my clients”.
Julia Cawte, Coach and Trainer, Communicate with Confidence
“It is a lovely space and I’d really like to hire it more, for various reasons including the changing art and the general ethos, and the accessibility for people.”
Fiona Hamilton of the Orchard Foundation Writing Workshops
“Just wanted to say a big thank you for your help setting up the room and making sure everything was there for us for the training. The Hours space is fantastic and worked really well for us. We will keep it in mind for further training and events. The volunteers feedback how lovely it had been to do the training there. Thank you. It was also a bonus to meet your lovely cat.“
Liz Roberts. Volunteer organiser for SARSAS