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Everywhere we're touring this year, and everywhere we've ever been.
One of the country’s leading theatres, Sheffield Theatres is home to the world-famous Crucible, the W R G Sprague built Lyceum, and the multi-format Studio.
Taking pride in creating bold, passionate and enriching work across its three stages, the company was recognised for its ambition in 2013 and 2014 when it won the Regional Theatre of the Year Award for an unprecedented two consecutive years in the Stage Awards.
The Gate Theatre sits above the Prince Albert pub in Notting Hill. We have been inspiring audiences and artists alike since 1979.
In our intimate, ever-transforming 75 seat venue, we produce epic theatre that tackles big ideas of global concern. We act as a loudspeaker for unheard voices from across the globe. We are a small theatre but we always think big.
The Garage is a hub for performing arts located in Norwich which supports the creative journeys of artists, participants and audiences.
In 1988 six local art lovers bought a run down Square Chapel for just £25. Their vision was to turn it into a vibrant Centre for the Arts for professional artists and the community
Based in a former Red Cross Hospital in Chorlton, South Manchester, The Edge is a little theatre with big aspirations.
Assembly Roxy is the year round home of Assembly Festival and Assembly Theatre. We have three event spaces; Roxy Central, Roxy Upstairs and Roxy Downstairs. These spaces can be used for a wide range of events; from various types of performances and live music, to weddings, conferences and exhibitions.
Trestle is a mask and physical theatre company, with a highly regarded arts education programme. Trestle has been making innovative and inspirational physical theatre and participation projects since 1981.
Theatre Royal Margate encourages our audiences, artists and participants to share in debate, discovery and celebration. We work hard to foster relationships with new audiences and participants of any age, race, belief or background. We believe that the development of creative skills and artistic awareness makes a tangible contribution to the well-being of our community.
Our vision is to make outstanding art that is accessible, exciting and transformative. Our mission is that Studio 3 Arts remains at the forefront of socially-engaged, co-created artistic practice. We run a creative venue for artists, communities and individuals and we make work across North East London and West Essex, in all art forms, that creates real change, both in terms of art and society.
The Brewery Arts Centre opened its doors in 1972. The Brewery’s theatre programme is famously eclectic and wide ranging, finding a balance between classic plays, contemporary drama and comedy theatre with some opera, cabaret and celebrity events thrown in for good measure.
We are one of the few integrated arts and heritage centres in the UK and use this position to create innovative programmes to inspire and engage the 120,000 residents of Havant Borough and beyond. We want to create experiences that change the way people see the world; to enhance wellbeing and make our community proud.
Vivacity provides a myriad of opportunities for people to take part in cultural and leisure activities.
Salisbury Arts Centre is a meeting place for artforms, artists and audiences. We love the arts and we love people; we exist to bring them together.
Pegasus is a meeting place between generations, cultures, artists and participants, a place of creative exchange and community.
The South Holland Centre is owned and managed by South Holland District Council as part of its services to the local community.
Our 122 year old theatre has a fascinating and colourful history.
We think the future of this unique venue, with its incredible views and rich history, is very exciting. Come along and continue to enjoy this piece of Lyme history.
The Roundhouse is a hub of inspiration where artists and emerging talent create extraordinary work and where young people can grow creatively as individuals. We believe in the power of creativity to change lives. By giving young people the chance to engage with the arts through our music, media and performance projects, we inspire them to reach further, dream bigger, and achieve more.
We do this because we believe creativity gives us freedom, hope and has the power to transform.
The Theatre Royal Dumfries is over 200 years old, making it the oldest theatre in Scotland. It was originally built as the New Theatre in 1792 as the result of a campaign by actor-manager George Stephen Sutherland. Local amateur dramatics society, The Guild of Players, still run the theatre to this day and have just completed a further renovation that will see the Theatre Royal fit to serve Dumfries for another 200 years.
The Pound arts centre, the arts hub for north Wiltshire, offers a year round programme of performances, workshops, a youth theatre and exhibitions.
Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre is a multipurpose space that provides arts activities for the whole community. Completed in 2000 through a £1 million donation from the Tacchi-Morris Trust, together with a £2.1 million grant from National Lottery Funds, the centre holds state-of-the-art facilities and aims to inspire all the community to get involved in the arts, be it coming to watch a show - or taking part yourself!
The North Wall is an Arts Centre in Oxford that has been created for the benefit of emerging artists across a range of disciplines. This award-winning facility was completed in 2006, and offers a fully flexible 200-seat theatre, a public art gallery and studios for dance and drama.
Lincoln Performing Arts Centre is a vibrant, contemporary arts organisation at the heart of the city of Lincoln.
Set in a magnificent waterside location at the heart of the redeveloped Salford Quays in Greater Manchester, The Lowry contains numerous theatre spaces alongside a restaurant and bar.
The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, the National Conservatoire of Wales, and part of the University of South Wales Group, competes alongside an international peer group of conservatoires and specialist arts colleges for the best students globally, enabling students to enter and influence the world of music, theatre and related professions.
The Marlowe Theatre offers a major programme of creative activity for the community, that has seen nearly 3,000 people involved in workshops since they opened.
The beautiful Edwardian horseshoe style auditorium has been carefully restored to recreate the ambience and appeal of the original 1900s theatre.
The Mill Arts Centre is the cultural hub for Banbury and the surrounding area with the vision to inspire creativity and enrich the lives of our communities by providing a high quality, varied artistic, education and participatory programme.
Lakeside Theatre is an intimate 200-seat auditorium on the Essex university campus, for drama, dance, music and comedy.
Roundabout has popped up at Summerhall every year since 2014 as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
You can view the full programme for Roundabout @ Summerhall 2018 here.
“One of the hidden treasures of North Wales, a huge vibrant culture complex”
Located in the centre of Tunbridge Wells, Trinity is a vibrant theatre in one of the most beautiful buildings in the region, hosting around 550 events a year, ranging from the best in theatre and dance through to the biggest names in comedy and music.
Gulbenkian is the University of Kent’s Arts Centre offering innovative, engaging and high quality arts activity for the public, staff and students.
The Arts Centre sits at the heart of the university's campus, with stunning views over the town of Aberystwyth and along the coastline of Cardigan Bay.
Lighthouse plays a vital role in Poole and the South West as a nationally important cultural building where creative work is made, rehearsed, discussed, shared and presented. It is a place where our community present their work and where entire schools can showcase their talent in a professional performance environment - an experience never to be forgotten in anyone's lifetime.
Appetite aims to get more people in Stoke-on-Trent to experience and be inspired by the arts.
BYU Arts is the umbrella producing and presenting organization for the Brigham Young University College of Fine Arts and Communications.
We present more than 500 annual performances and events sponsored by the Department of Dance, Department of Theatre and Media Arts, School of Music, and BRAVO! Professional Performing Arts in the Harris Fine Arts Center, Marriott Center, and Richards Building.
The Pumphouse Theatre is a vibrant facility with historical significance supporting and presenting all art forms; and creating opportunities for engagement, enrichment, cultural experience, learning and inspiration serving all Calgarians.
Originally a machine shop dating back to the 1920’s, the Barbara Dalrymple-designed Performance Works opened on Granville Island in 1992 with a mandate to provide the arts community with a permanent rehearsal and performance venue. Owned by CMHC-Granville Island and managed by the Granville Island Cultural Society, Performance Works is now a multifunctional, flexible black box theatre space booked year round with some of Vancouver’s most exciting performance events and productions.
The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center opened its doors in October 2008. In addition to The Broad Stage, The Edye, a smaller black box theater, presents new, developing and innovative work in theater, music and dance as part of the Under the Radar Series.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) is one of Australia's leading centres for live performance. Welcoming over 1.4 million visitors to more than 1,200 performances each year, we embrace the best in live performance – the world renowned alongside the emerging, local and new – and connect to the stories and ideas at the heart of each production.
Adelaide Festival Centre is South Australia’s principal performing arts venue and presenter of theatre, dance, music and exhibitions. It is a leading Asia Pacific cultural centre.
North London Music and Theatre Venue run by RIFT. Delivering incredible immersive experiences and unique nights.
Located on St. Peter’s Street, in the heart of Bedford, we are the exciting new performing arts facility for Bedford School and the town. St. Luke’s Church has been sympathetically adapted into a venue that houses a 282-seat theatre, a 60-seat studio-theatre, a spacious bar opening onto the original church garden and a foyer that will display pupils’ art as well as art produced by members of the local community. Although primarily a school theatre, our aim is to involve the wider community as much as possible.
Based in Hatch End, Harrow Arts Centre is the only professional multi-artform venue in the London Borough of Harrow. Throughout the year our thriving arts venue hosts fantastic events encompassing music, theatre, comedy, dance, film and much more. We work in close partnership with many local organisations and community groups to deliver an inclusive, educational and accessible programme of events and activities for the diverse community of Harrow.
Although a comparatively small venue, Cranleigh Arts Centre offers a wealth of reasons to attend. Live music, comedy, theatre, dance, Artists in Residence and craft workshops, exhibitions and cinema are just some of the events that take place.
Located in the lovely market town of Diss on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, and at the gateway to the beautiful Waveney Valley, the Corn Hall is an impressive Grade II listed building which was originally built as a corn exchange. The Corn Hall is now a thriving arts venue offering a wide range of quality entertainment, activities and big name acts.
Dundee Rep Theatre is rooted in making work for and with a diverse local audience while strengthening its national and international reputation. The theatre is a national cultural asset which the people of Dundee feel ownership over and in which they can take enormous pride. Dundee Rep Theatre is home to Dundee Rep Ensemble, Scottish Dance Theatre and Rep Creative Learning.
At Nottingham Playhouse we make bold and thrilling theatre. It is world-class, made in Nottingham and as diverse as our community.
Bang in the heart of the city, Exeter Phoenix is a vibrant, world class multi-artform venue, and home to several art galleries, a theatre, cinema, film production resources, a radio station, print workshop and recording studios, all centred around a buzzing café bar.
mac birmingham is a bustling arts centre which exists to connect artists and audiences, working both in its multi-purpose Cannon Hill Park home and in communities across the city and neighbouring regions.
We aim to delight, challenge, move and amaze with a bold and continually evolving mix of new and re-discovered plays in our unique in-the-round space. We want to change lives by telling remarkable stories from a wide variety of times and places, filtered through the singular imagination of our writers and the remarkable close-up presence of our actors.
This intimate 484-seat venue has a growing reputation for providing a wide range of quality professional and amateur entertainment - from popular musicals to modern drama and from celebrity nights to family shows.
The Tron is one of Scotland’s leading mid-scale producing and presenting theatres, set in the heart of Glasgow's Merchant City.
Housing three performance spaces, rehearsal space, offices, a dedicated Tron Participation workshop space and Tron Bar + Kitchen, the building is a vibrant creative hub that bustles with activity year-round. The building is also home to Tron Theatre Company, which stages its own productions as well as presenting co-productions and collaborations with other leading theatre companies, alongside a busy programme of high calibre visiting company work.
Aberdeen Performing Arts is a charitable trust founded in 2004 to take over the running and management of His Majesty's Theatre and Music Hall. In 2008, the company's portfolio grew with the acquisition of The Lemon Tree, which perfectly complemented the size and style of the venues already being managed.
APA has packed a lot into its brief history and strives to grow and develop to bring the people of the North East of Scotland and beyond the best live entertainment.
Marketing Gloucester promotes the City as a great place to live, work, study, visit and invest; locally, nationally and internationally. They organise award-winning events and festivals, delivering to the city and region hundreds of thousands of visitors. Partners include Gloucester City Council, gFirst LEP, Cotswolds Tourism and Gloucestershire County Council.
Traditional English pub, serving good home cooked food. Bar meals and Chefs daily specials. Outdoor seating away from the hussle and bussle of the streets, quiet and relaxing.
It was first built in the 16th century, making it one of the city’s oldest ale-houses and was the last brew house in the city in the 1950s.
Roundabout is popping up in Montgomery Square for an exciting new festival with Canary Wharf Arts + Events. Check out the full programme here.
Turner Centre is a community owned and operated asset. It is a not-for-profit, charitable enterprise that engages with the wider Far North communities of New Zealand, providing a range of affordable and accessible venue options.
Revoluton Arts is on a mission to bring high quality art to you, through inspirational, accessible and high impact events.
Drawing on a rich heritage dating back to the 18th Century, Stamford Arts Centre provides you with the opportunity to experience and participate in a wide selection of art forms from theatre, music and film to sculpture, dance and drawing, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
tiata fahodzi (tee-ah-ta fa-hoon-zi) – is a theatre company for Britain today and the Britain of tomorrow. Their mission is to make world class theatre that illuminates the mixed and multiple experience of the African diaspora in Britain today.
Less is MORE aim to produce innovative, exciting and quality UK regional touring theatre focussing on producing powerful new plays that challenge both actors and audience alike.
We focus strongly on working with emerging artists from both Middlesbrough and the North East with a key commitment to pioneering the arts and its strength within the individual and also the community.
The County Buildings were constructed in 1862 as the administrative centre for the former county of Wigtownshire. The flamboyant French gothic style of architecture is both unexpected and wonderfully out of place in such a small Scottish market town.
The County buildings were renovated a few years ago and are now used for a variety of community-related activities. The building also houses the town library, a wild life interpretation room and a small museum.
The Everyman is one of Ireland’s leading middle scale presenting and producing theatres. The beautiful 650 seat theatre is a jewel of late Victorian architecture. A listed building, the theatre is steeped in history and is a favourite with audiences and performers alike for its intimacy and atmosphere.
An Grianán Theatre is an integral part of the county’s thriving cultural life and a flagship venue in the North West of Ireland.
Glor Theatre is Clare’s community venue, they invite you, the public, to join with us in celebrating the best of entertainment, music, theatre, art, food, and people.
Culture Station Seoul 284 is a dynamic and open multi-disciplinary cultural space that is accessible to everyone. The former Seoul Station, the building of the Culture Station Seoul 284, had been a major stage in modern and contemporary Korean history and a gateway for transportation and commerce for almost a century. After its restoration back to its original appearance, it was officially launched in August of 2011 as a space for diverse artistic and cultural creation and exchange.
Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon’s Centre for the Arts opened in April 1997, as the first wholly funded Lottery new build arts organisation in the UK. The Arts Centre is probably situated in one of the most picturesque locations of any venue in the UK. Built alongside the canal basin in the heart of Brecon, serving the town and surrounding areas of Powys, Monmouthshire and beyond, it is rooted firmly in the community it serves. The venue currently provides a varied programme of theatre, dance, music and entertainment in its purpose built 477 seat auditorium and 120-seat studio/rehearsal space.
Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival brings the performing arts to the region, engaging with our artists and venue managers to create and stage performances which are vibrant, surprising and far-reaching.
Span Arts is a community arts charity engaged in the provision of an inclusive programme of live arts events and arts-based activities for people in Pembrokeshire.
The Craignish Village Hall Committee is made up of local people who are passionate about our community. We wish to see the hall maintained and used by as many different groups as possible. The Hall is governed by a committee of eight dedicated people with a wealth of experience across sectors.
Gairloch Community Hall was erected in 1973 as a multifunctional building. Its original purpose was to provide extra facilities for the local High School pupils.
The idea for the Arthur Miller Theatre originated in 1997 when University of Michigan President Lee Bollinger proposed it to the Board of Regents, saying, “This is a community that loves the word, that loves performance. This is vital to what we are as a community and as an institution.” When the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright was approached by his alma mater, his response was a simple postcard. “The theatre is a lovely idea,” he wrote in fall 1997.