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Rebrand Roundup: The Bristol Old Vic, Dream Challenges and other stories

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Eureka! – Bristol Old Vic


The Bristol Old Vic has unveiled a new visual identity to coincide with the theatre undergoing major redevelopment. The oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world, Bristol Old Vic was technically illegal when it first opened in 1766 and was originally hidden from view behind a row of houses on King Street in central Bristol. London-based consultancy Eureka! has created the theatre’s new identity, as it takes on a new role as an events hire space and its front of house areas undergo major refurbishment


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