Salisbury Arts Centre is our atmospheric and historic venue on Bedwin Street where you can enjoy a fantastic programme of performances, including live music and comedy.
The venue, open for evenings shows generally on Fridays and Saturdays, boasts a well-stocked bar with a selection of ales, ciders, wines, spirits and more.
It is not only the Centre itself that is worth a visit, the building is situated in a peaceful garden which comes to life in the spring when the area is full of daffodils. The church was designated as Grade II listed in 1952 then, after it was declared redundant in 1974, it was converted for use by the Arts Centre in 1975.
In 2018, the charity which ran Salisbury Playhouse amalgamated with Salisbury Arts Centre and Salisbury International Arts Festival and was renamed Wiltshire Creative.
Parking – The College Street and Bourne Hill Car Parks run alongside the church site.
Toilets – Toilets, included disabled toilets, can be found within the Arts Centre.
Accessibility – There are ramps within the building for wheelchair access.