With a strong reputation for live music, comedy, visual arts, family entertainment and much more Arlington Arts has become known as one one of West Berkshire's most dynamic centres.
It is also known for providing high quality services for corporate clients hiring their fully serviced suite of conference facilities.
This week at Arlington Arts we have 3 shows (4 performances) including two midweek for all the family to enjoy during Half Term.
If you planning on visiting Arlington Arts this weekend please be aware of the Wantage Road B4494 is closed so you won’t be able to arrive at the venue via the entrance opposite to Snelsmore Common. We recommend that instead you take the Oxford Road route and arrive at Arlington Arts via Arlington Lane.
If you are unaware of our shows this week, here is a little reminder:
Snow White Red Rose Bear Brown | Tues 19 Feb | 3pm | £10, £8 concessions
Pop Divas Live! | Weds 20 Feb | 4pm | £15
The Thinking Drinkers: Pub Crawl | Fri 22 & Sat 23 Feb | 8pm | £15
Nell Bryden returns to Arlington Arts on Thursday 11 July at 8pm.
With this tour, Nell has gone back to her roots and followed the traditional sonic footsteps of her idols Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin and Carole King. Having just recorded an album (to tape!) – of all new songs at Ray Davies Konk Studios in London, Nell’s new EP is called “Soundtrack to Little Wing – Part 1,” which is a reference to Nell’s soon to be released debut novel, for which this music is a companion album. In her return to Arlington Arts, you can expect a soulful, heartfelt performance from New Yorker Nell and her band – an artist who is at her most comfortable on the road.
Thea Gilmore will return to Arlington Arts on Thursday 16 May at 8pm. Tickets for the performance will go on sale Monday 11 February at 10am.
Thea Gilmore releases “Small World Turning” on May 17 – her first new collection of songs since 2017’s “The Counterweight” which was her 3rd successive top 40 album. She also embarks on a UK tour with her band and support from Matt Owens (Noah And The Whale).
A gifted and exceptional artist at the peak of her powers, Thea Gilmore has delivered a vibrant and deeply resonant album, rooted in folk music but completely transcending any genre related limitations.
“Unarguably one of the finest singer-songwriters of her generation”Sunday Times Culture
“The best wordsmith of her generation”The Independent
You will be able to purchase your tickets from here.
It is with regret that tonights performance, 02 Feb 2019 – 20:00 @ Arlington Arts Centre Livewire the AC/DC show has had to be postponed as although access to the site is achievable, we feel we cannot confidently guarantee that we could move a sell-out capacity safely around the site once here.
We have a new date for the performance: Friday 24 May.
Obviously we are aware some people may not be able to make the new date so we are offering you a couple of options, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your preference by Friday 15 February:
– Keep your tickets for Friday 24 May
– Direct refund to your card/in cash depending on how you paid (only available until Friday 15 February
We will be dealing with the refund requests next week and hopefully have news on the new date shortly.
The Arlington Arts team thank you for your patience and understanding
Unfortunately, despite everyone’s best efforts, the performance by Moscow Drug Club on Friday 01 February has been postponed due to the weather.
The performance has been rescheduled for Friday 26 April. You can purchase tickets for the performance here.
Any tickets purchased for tonight will obviously carry over to the rescheduled event should you wish. We understand that you may not be able to make the rescheduled date so we are offering refunds to you as well or a credit voucher to be used on any of our future shows if you do not wish to attend Moscow Drug Club’s rescheduled performance.
In order that we can process refunds most effectively, please email us via email@example.com to let us know whether you prefer to:
– keep your ticket for the rescheduled performance
– receive a credit voucher to purchase tickets for another performance, or
Arlington Arts Centre presents Ballet theatre UK- Beauty and the Beast and as a part of our kick off to Christmas and the festive season being well underway, we are offering 10% off to all of our customers for our evening show of Ballet theatre- Beauty and the Beast on the 22nd December 2018.
Duos come and duos go… And some nurture and fine tune their art and watch it grow into something totally original, captivating and award-winning. Bonded by an unseen alchemy, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman have entwined their professional and personal relationship into an enviable class act of imaginative songwriting and musicianship.
“It’s folk music for the modern age.” – The Telegraph – London
As you may have seen if you have visited the venue over the weekend (how good were Crowd Company and Whole Lotta Led by the way!?) we are currently having a new floor fitted.
Gone is the old blue carpet, in is our fresh, stylish distressed oak effect flooring! It has already brightened the place up and made Arlington Arts look like a venue fit for its time again.
The work on the floor will be finished early this week.
We’ve been adding to our new bar recently (and to our range of stock) and it is now a functional bottle bar. However, we are pleased to announce that we will be having 2 draught pumps installed for our latest on tap products: Shipyard Pale Ale and Revisionist Craft Lager
You can see all this and one of the most talented Americana singer-songwriters in the world this Thursday when Rachel Harrington performs at Arlington Arts. As always we’d love to hear your feedback and any products you might like to recommend just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments and the subject of ‘Venue Feedback’.