Ballet Theatre UK- Beauty and the Beast
Saturday 22 December| 7:30pm
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.
We’re pleased to announce that the legendary Bernie Marsden will be joining Danny Bryant’s Big Band show here on Friday 16th November!
The former Whitesnake guitarist has been announced as Danny’s special guest. There are still tickets available for £16 via the link above and take a listen to what you can expect from The Big Band!
Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman
We’ve just announced and released tickets for Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman’s performance here on Saturday 04 May 2019.
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
Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman
Saturday 04 May 2019 8pm
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
Here’s a list of the rest of our new products:
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 email@example.com with your comments and the subject of ‘Venue Feedback’.
We regretfully have to announce that this Thursdays performance of A Hundred Different Words For Love has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
If you have already paid for tickets, we will be contacting you this week regarding refunds.
We still have 2 shows coming this weekend so don’t forget to check out our What’s On listings.
We’re bringing back last weekends drinks offer and ushering a new one all in the same weekend!
On Thursday 04 October, Rock legends Big Country will be bringing back the glory years of English rock music and we’re continuing the offer on Good Old Boy.
That’s right, pints and bottles of Good Old Boy will be just £3.50 again on Thursday night only!
Then on Friday award-winning a capella group Sons Of Pitches will be performing 100 Number One Hits. For this sell-out show we’re offering our single serve wines for just £4!
The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness is now well underway and here at Arlington Arts, we have a bumper crop of shows and events to cater to every taste.
Throughout the whole month we are hosting the inaugural exhibition by the Newbury Printmakers Group. Come and feast your eyes on the art work produced by this local group of talented artists.
Kicking off the October performances are Rock legends Big Country on Thursday 04 October. They will be performing the classics such as ‘Fields of Fire’ and ‘In A Big Country’ that brought them three Grammy nominations.
Sons of Pitches, winners of BBC2 ‘The Naked Choir’, almost sold out as soon as tickets were put on sale but we do have a few VIP tickets left for this multi-talented vocal group, coming to Arlington Arts on 5th October to perform 100 Number One Hits!
Two thought-provoking pieces of theatre, dealing with post-traumatic stress and the ups and downs of love in 21st century society respectively, ‘Give Me Your Love’ (10th October) and ‘A Hundred Different Words for Love’ (18th) promise to raise our awareness and understanding of these issues.
Fans of folk have a couple of treats in store: save the air fare on your trip to Dublin and come and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of Temple Bar on a Saturday night when Sir Reg perform their energetic and infectious brand of Celtic Punk on 13th October. All members of the audience a free bottle of Guinness!
On Friday 19 October we have Crowd Company bringing the Soul and Funk so get ready to dance!
The following nights sees Whole Lotta Led celebrating 50 years of Led Zeppelin. This one almost always sells out so make sure you get your tickets ASAP!
At the end of the month, two artists with Bob Harris favourite, Rachel Harrington, brings us the fruits of her five-year reflections on life in rural Oregon on Thursday 25 October.
On Tuesday 30th, an evening with singer-guitarist John Smith will leave you chilled and moved in equal measure, with his uniquely intimate performance style.
Don’t believe us? Check out the October youtube playlist below:
With the Ange Hardy show unfortunately cancelled this Friday, we have two fantastic shows for you this weekend.
This Thursday sees TV star Malcolm Rennie as Harry McNish, Ernest Shackleton’s Carpenter on The Endurance as he challenges the legendary explorer once last time.
On Saturday, pioneering Prog Rock band Curved Air will be bringing you the classics including ‘Backstreet Luv’.
If that wasn’t tempting enough we have another fantastic drinks offer for you with a discount of 70p on every pint or bottle of Good Old Boy*. Meaning all Good Old Boy will cost only £3.50!
Just order at the bar as you normally would and our staff will add the discount for you.
Our new second bar will also be open for the Curved Air performance
*Pints only available at the Curved Air performance.
This week we have 2 (not 3) shows as unfortunately the Ange Hardy show has been cancelled. However, we still have a great week ahead to close out our September shows.
Shackleton’s Carpenter | Thursday 27 September | 8pm | £12, £10 concessions
Firstly, we have TV star Malcolm Rennie performing as Harry McNish, Shackleton’s Carpenter, who played a vital part in The Endurance crews survival. Here he challenges Shackleton one last time..
Curved Air | Saturday 29 September | 8pm | £16
Prog-rock legends Curved Air will be perfoming all the classic hits including ‘Backstreet Luv’ and ‘It Happened Today’. Tickets are almost sold out!
Keep an eye out tomorrow for the drinks offer we will have available this week.