We have a vibrant programme of live music, theatre, dance and comedy and we’re always adding new events to the calendar. Click the button below to view our full line-up.
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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We are currently open and operational as normal and all shows are going ahead as planned. Ticket holders will be notified of any changes.
We will be posting regular updates via the link below.
On Sale Now
Wille and the Bandits impressed the Arlington Arts audience so much when they supported Kris Barras here last year, we’ve booked for their own headline show for Friday 13 November 2020.
Full details can be found below.
Catfish is on sale now
International touring blues rock powerhouse Catfish return to Arlington Arts on Friday 16 October with special guest Dan Burnett.
Tickets cost £14.
The Alter Eagles
Playing the entirety of the iconic 1976 album, Hotel California, The Alter Eagles return to Arlington Arts in September accompanied by The Spectre String Quartet.
For more information click on the link below.
Lee Mead ‘My Band and Me’
Winner of BBC’s 2007 TV Series ‘Any Dream Will Do’ and Holby City and Casualty star Lee Mead performs at Arlington Arts in July.
All the important details can be foound via the link below:
The Nimmo Brothers consisting of Stevie and Alan (King King) Nimmo perform at Arlington Arts on Friday 17 July. This is a mixed seated/standing show and tickets cost £20.
Find out more via the link below.
On sale now: T.Rextasy
If you would like to know exactly what a Marc Bolan concert was like in the 1970s, this show is for you.
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Stand up comedian Chris McCausland will perform at Arlington Arts on Friday 23 October.
As seen on Would I Lie to You? – Have I Got News for You – Live at the Apollo – and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
Announcements: Cara Dillon & Megan Dixon-Hood
You can find all the important details below.
Elles Bailey Support
Phil King will be supporting Elles Bailey on Thursday 26 March. As a singer-songwriter Phil King has the whole trinity: a beautiful, soulful singing voice.
Find out more below.
Imaginative Role-Play Workshop – 5-7 Years
Join Rhubarb Theatre before Henry Moon and the Greasy Spoon for an imaginative role-play workshop on Thursday 16 April.
Anything could happen and it probably will!
One of the most enduring and popular bands in British Rock. Wishbone Ash will be bringing their iconic twin-guitar sound to Arlington Arts in October.
Find out more via the link below.
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
Coming Soon: Structures of Faith
A selection of images from Paul Forsey exploring structures that celebrate faith; from Neolithic stones, Christian cathedrals to beloved abandoned tin mines. Including paintings and photographs, this cycle of work records the bginning of a personal journey to investigate a plethora of human endeavour that strives to give meaning to the human condition.