17/04/2020 @ 8:00pm
DUE TO THE CURRENT SITUATION RE CORONAVIRUS, WE ARE HOPING TO RE-SCHEDULE THIS CONCERT TO A DATE LATER IN THE
24/04/2020 @ 8:00am
HOW I CAME TO BE WHERE I NEVER WAS- Jonny Fluffypunk Jonny Fluffypunk grew up in suburban nowhere. In 1984,
29/04/2020 @ 7:30pm
DUE TO THE RECENT CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL THE 2ND-5TH DECEMBER 2020. ALL TICKETS PURCHASED FOR
08/05/2020 @ 8:00pm
Town of Cats are an ever-mutating municipality of musical misfits, grown in Brighton’s grubby and fertile Petri dish. To hear
Following a request from the government for venues to voluntarily shut down as part of ‘social distancing’ measures, Bridgwater Arts Centre will be closing as a venue for the immediate future from 3 pm on Thursday afternoon (19th March 2020)
We are already looking at options and will endeavour to reprogram certain events but please be aware that there is no certainty in this. Customers who have bought tickets are welcome to make contact by phone or email for refunds though for those events that are being re-arranged, your current ticket purchase can still be used.
Thanks to all for your support.
Further announcements will be made in due course.
Bridgwater Arts Centre has been in existence on it’s Castle Street site since 1946. We are the oldest funded Arts Centre in England.
It is currently a volunteer run independent organisation. There is a managing board of directors and trustees, supported by a network of volunteers all of whom have a part to play in making things happen.
We have an intimate but atmospheric 160-seat theatre and our other facilities are available to hire, for both professional and community groups.
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