Wiltshire Creative as announced an exciting new season for Salisbury Arts Centre next Spring/Summer.
There will be theatre, comedy, exhibitions, workshops, live music and so much more!
Tickets have gone on sale this week, so don’t miss out.
Here are some of the highlights to look out for:
This one-woman-performance of original song and storytelling shines a light on lesser-known aspects of Florence Nightingale’s life and work, to question why her extraordinary and wide-ranging achievements are so often overlooked. 3rd March 2020.
Calling the bum wipers, bedtime boppers and owners of tiny humans! You are invited to join actor, musician, and mummy, Sophie Ross, for a brand-new comedy musical that unpacks the Swings and Roundabouts of the first year of parenthood. This production is aimed at parents of any age and babes in arms are welcome but be warned it’s not really suitable for children due to adult language! 5th March 2022.
This is the story of Jennifer Iron’s life and survival in the remote wilds of the Yukon Territory, Northern Canada … and her ultimate escape! The show is a comic dance-theatre solo conceived and performed by the ‘Intrepid’ Jen herself. Get ready for a show that is “fascinating, laugh-out-loud funny and at times surprisingly tender”. For 14-years and over. 10th March 2022.
A chance to enjoy a relaxed evening of local live music at Salisbury Arts Centre. A perfect opportunity to get together with friends and family and support the local live music scene in Salisbury. The Salisbury Arts Centre bar will be open during the event, offering a wide range of different wine, beers, ales and spirits. 17th March and 28th April 2022.
Spend an afternoon of music with local ukulele group the Salisbury Pluckers. For 50 years plus. 5th April 2022.
The Deloreons are one of the most popular local bands, they even headlined the Queens Jubilee Celebrations in Salisbury with 10,000 people partying, singing and dancing along. They know exactly how to get the party going with well executed covers of some of the best-known party hits from across the decades. Don't miss them on 13th May 2022.
Barnstormers will return for more laugh-out-loud comedy nights next year. As ever, the evenings will introduce three more top acts from the London Comedy Circuit and beyond. We recommend booking early as Barnstormers regularly sells out and ticket prices are subject to increase with demand. 25th February, 25th March and 29th April 2022.
This is the third of Living Spit’s (un)Holy Trinity of hilarious heritage historiographies. This time around Howard and Stu attempt to tell the story of the greatest monarch that ever lived – Elizabeth: The Virgin Queen. Book now to enjoy more live original music, silly songs and hysterically historical horseplay as the team try to bring the Tudors to life! Suitable for 12 years plus. 5th and 6th May.
Join Lulu Sparre and experience the joy and fun of bringing stories alive. Suitable for ages 3-6 years old. 26th February.
Embrace the joy of life through dance and movement at these fun workshops. Join the friendly weekly open classes on Wednesdays which attract people approaching 60 and over, with diverse levels of movement. Book for the whole term. Wednesdays, weekly from 5th January to 6th April 2022.
The popular pottery classes will run right through the Spring season at Salisbury Arts Centre. They are regular mixed ability classes where everyone learns at their own pace and is encouraged to pursue their particular interests within the subject of ceramic and clay work. You can learn to hand build, model, or throw on the potters wheel. Classes are available for both adults and children. You can find the full list of dates here.
Salisbury Arts Centre is a beautiful venue in the heart of Salisbury, packed with original events and activities.