The Loco Lost Boys

THE LOCO LOST BOYS at The Loco Klub Thu 19 October 2017 to Sun 22 October 2017

Work all day, dine at night. Never grow old. It’s fun to be a vampire. In tunnels under Bristol this October a secret world awaits you. Expect the unexpected in this evening of theatre, food and pesky vampires.

And remember, we invited you in.


Oct 19, 20, 21, 22

The Loco Klub

Doors at 7.30

Dancing until late.

Tickets start at £46.50 (plus booking fee)


What you can expect:

Price includes a welcome drink, a three course meal devised by our partner chef and inspired by The Lost Boys. Immersive theatre , live music and this year is our fifth birthday so expect dancing, until late and lots of fun. 

If you have any dietary requirements let us know by emailing:

Who are we?

Loco Lost Boys is presented by Food & Theatre Company who are bunch of hilarious comics who specialise in creating immersive dining events making sure that your night will not only be memorable but SUPER FUN.  

Curious about what we do? Then check out what an immersive dining experience by watching this video of our Alice in Wonderland dinner.


Notes: 18+
Thursday 19th October Early Bird: £50.25  
Friday 20th October Early Bird: £49.25  
Saturday 21st October Early Bird: £50.25  
Sunday 22nd October Early Bird: £50.25  
Thursday 19th October Second Release : £56.75  
Friday 20th October Second Release: £56.75  
Saturday 21st Second Release : £56.75  
Sunday 22nd Second Release: £56.75  
Thursday 19th October Third Release: £70.75  
Friday 20th October Third Release: £70.75  
Saturday 21st October Third Release: £70.75  
Sunday 22nd October Third Release: £70.75  

The Loco Klub is a new and exciting underground arts & performance venue opening in the Bristol enterprise zone beneath the passenger shed in Temple Meads. The project is a creative collaboration between The Invisible Circus and Artspace Lifespace who as sister companies brought you such ground breaking projects as The Island and Pro cathedral.  The venue is rising from the ashes of the old railway social club that formerly stood on the site and as well as boasting a series of fabulous performance spaces in the former social club bar rooms also holds a hidden treasure, a series of Brunel built railway arches hidden behind the flock wall paper and wooden panels of the social club, the former ash pits of the original station above these underground caverns are a  a unique and jaw dropping performance space unlike anything else in the city.

Address: Station Approach, Bristol BS1 6QH * Click on the address to launch google maps.