Arts & Culture
Arlington Arts Centre Release 2021 Brochure

Arlington Arts Centre have released their latest brochure covering the rest of the calendar
year featuring world class musicians, imaginative storytelling theatre, fun family shows and
unique comedy performances.
Belshazzar’s Feast kick off the return to live music for the venue with their eclectic and
eccentric mix of tunes, songs and chat that sends audiences home with a smile. This show
will be a homecoming of sorts as the seeds were sewn for the duo when they met at the
Chieveley bypass protests just down the road from Arlington Arts Centre.
The multi-purpose Arts Centre has become known for its featuring of exceptional blues
musicians and their 2021 line-up continues this from UK Blues 2021 Award winners Elles
Bailey and Catfish to contemporary blues rock guitarists Aynsley Lister and The Nimmo
Spend An Evening With Steve Parrish as the motorsport legend recounts the bonkers stories
and pranks from throughout his life and career. Alternatively, get five free drinks when you
join The Thinking Drinkers as the hilarious, award-winning drinks experts host history’s
greatest ever pub quiz packed with loads of funny, fascinating facts.
For families, returning favourites Lyngo Theatre present a production of Puss In Boots in
August. Rhubarb Theatre, the company that provided the Arlington Arts Centre storytelling
series throughout the first lockdown are back with Dustbin Doris in October. In December, a
magical, wintery production brings Jack Frost to life through puppetry, music and
enchanting storytelling from Moon On A Stick.
On the first weekend of December, Arlington Arts Centre will celebrate their 15 year
anniversary with three brilliant back to back nights featuring Nine Below Zero, Mad Dog
Mcrea and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band.
You can view the online brochure with here:
Full performance details and tickets are available online at, or by
calling the Box Office at 01635 244246 Monday-Friday 10am-4:30pm. All profits from
Arlington Arts Centre go directly to Mary Hare, a school and national charity supporting deaf