September 2023

Consistent with previous years, Arlington Arts Centre will not host any live events during August but the box office and foyer are open to purchase tickets for later in the year or to view the amazing photography work of David Hatfull. David is exhibiting his work until the end of September – for more information and to book your slot please visit the Quietly Borrowed page.

Take a look at what’s coming to AAC at the end of September.

Gerry jablonski band
Friday 29 september 8pm

Powerful and energetic, a standout act with an ultra confident, no-holds-barred swagger, Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band have a unique trademark sound and style.

Their raw and crafty stage show takes the audience on a rollercoaster ride of dangerous, charming and gutsy music with hooks and melodies that cross genres and age groups.

“an absolutely refreshing and life-affirming experience. The best band you never heard of” Classic Rock Magazine

2018 Blues Awards – UK Blues Act of the Year


cara dillon
Saturday 30 September 8pm

Ahead of an official release in 2024, this autumn sees Cara unveiling “Coming Home”, her first new material in almost six years, in which she effortlessly blurs the lines between spoken word and song to stunning effect. She brings to life profoundly personal memories of her native Co. Derry and the people, places, and customs she holds closest to her heart; revealing a freedom to express herself within the tiniest of details and life’s larger mysteries with resonance to the wider world. Skilfully interspersed with songs from her catalogue throughout the set, join Cara and her band as she shares this truly unique and inspiring collection accompanied by original music written by Sam Lakeman.

This will be a very special opportunity to experience a revealing and emotive performance by this internationally acclaimed singer – and not one to miss!


We are on the site of Mary Hare School, please stick to the public areas (the auditorium, foyer, grass and smoking area to the left hand side of the venue entrance as you look at it).

Doors to the venue open an hour before the performance starts, with the bar starting service at the same time. Doors to the auditorium usually open half an hour before a performance.

Tickets can also be purchased from the box office (which is directly opposite the entrance doors) or by phone on 01635 244 246 during opening hours (10am-4.30pm weekdays).

Our box office and bar accept both card and cash payments. Please note that there is no cash machine on site.

FOR CARER AND ACCESS SEATS, please call 01635 244 246 – or email