The refurbishment of a factory building into a multi-use complex housing a bar, oriental bistro, creative industry work space, live/work loft apartments, animation and performing arts schools and one of the most exciting small theatre venues in the country.

The Tobacco Factory is one of the few surviving buildings from the great Imperial Tobacco site on Raleigh Road, Bristol. It was saved from demolition by Bristol architect George Ferguson who has turned it into a model of urban regeneration.

Previously known as the Franklyn Davey & Co building, it was built in 1912 to the design of Sir Frank Wills, the architect of many Bristol

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