Bridports Best Entertainment Guide

What's on and where to go in the Bridport ad West Bay area. Pubs, clubs, bands, community groups click here to contact us and we will list your event for free!

South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR
Box Office: 01308 424204

This historic venue has a 200-seat theatre, three gallery spaces plus a café and bar.
To see what's on go to their website:

Verbally pound the bejesus out of someone less eloquent than you, we want to see more hemorrhaging than spell checking.
Click here if you're not easily offended!

The Hope and Anchor - Freehouse

  • Cosy smoking shed
  • Ample parking
  • Good Pub Guide 2006  
  • Live Music
  • Great Real Ales and Ciders
  • Pool Room
  • Trade Garden
  • Table Skittles and Darts
  • Quiz Nights

St Michaels Lane, Bridport, Tel: 01308 422160

Seal of the town of BridportBridport has a long and interesting history, there is evidence in the lumps and bumps of the landscape that people have lived in this area since prehistoric times. In 1086 The Domesday book calls it Brideport. Bridiport 1157, Brudiport 1207, Bredeport 1266. The definition of the name means 'Harbour or market town belonging to Bredy', from Old English Port which can mean either 'port' or 'market' and Brit the name of the river that runs through it.

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