Arlington Arts is the best choice for live music in West Berkshire. Our line-up is always introducing you to up-and-coming blues and folk artists, as well as veteran craftspeople of their scene. Alongside this we have a vibrant programme of Theatre, Dance and Comedy – as well as being available to hire for conferences, meetings, art galleries and team-building days. The venue has had some massive names perform on our stage; some of our most notable performers have been K.T. Tunstall, Michael Mcintyre, Russell Howard, and King King.
All proceeds from Arlington Arts go to the Mary Hare School For The Deaf Charity. To find out more about this cause please visit the Mary Hare page and see what your money can go towards in the life of deaf and hard hearing people. You can also find out more information about The Mary Hare Foundation via their own website.
The box office is open between 10am and 4.30pm Monday-Friday. We are occasionally open later/at weekends, depending on whether we have an event on. Please call on 01635 244 246 for ticket bookings and general enquiries.
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The Mary Hare Foundation
The Legal Bits
As a separate registered charity, (number 1002680), The Mary Hare Foundation has been established to raise funds for deaf and hearing impaired children. It depends on the support of donations, grants and other fundraising activities to develop its work in the field of educating deaf children.
The Primary School Appeal
Structures of Faith
With paintings and photographs, the exhibition Structures of Faith by Paul Forsey, with sculptures by Jim Crockatt, records a personal journey to investigate a plethora of human endeavour that strive to give meaning to the human condition.
“There has been a lot to test our faith since this exhibition was first planned, much of it still unexplained and hard to understand, but we each continue on our journey, indelibly marked by our experiences and beliefs. Looking at structures, both physical and spiritual, that possess the mystical power of enlightenment shared with human interaction, from Neolithic formations to tin mines to Runic symbols to Churches, there is an overwhelming sense that they have seen it all before . . .”
Structures of Faith is open to the public from 16 September, every Monday to Friday 10am-4:30pm. Please contact us if you wish to view the exhibition outside of these times.