Worcester Arts Workshop, Worcester

About Worcester Arts Workshop

The Worcester Arts Workshop is a welcoming and unique arts hub in the heart of Worcester city centre, 200 yards from Foregate Street Station, delivering visual arts, live music, performance, education and film. Almost entirely volunteer-run, it is a registered charity which engages with the local community by providing arts opportunities, activities and development within Worcestershire. Formed in 1976, it commenced in a new, innovative phase in January 2011 when it was saved from closure by a dedicated team of hard working volunteers with huge passion and drive.

We share our building with Café Bliss a delicious, independently run Mexican café using local ingredients and Vamos Theatre, a full mask touring company. With rooms for hire and opportunities to help out, come along and see what we have to offer!

For all enquiries: Wed 12pm til 6pm, Fri/Sat 12pm til 2pm.

Clik Clik Collective galleries and Cafe Bliss are open: Wed to Sat 10am til 3pm.


Disability Access: Ground floor is fine and there is a chair lift for the downstairs theatre space which is available on request.

Food

Cafe Bliss, presenting some of the best Mexican food outside of Mexico.


Under Eighteen: Welcome
Web: www.worcesterartsworkshop.org.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorcesterArtsWorkshop

Address & Directions

Worcester Arts Workshop
21 Sansome St
Worcester
WR1 1UH
Telephone: 01905 25053








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Upcoming Events

Saturday 22 November 2014

Worcester Arts Workshop, Worcester
Time: 20:30 to 23:00
Cost: Free Entry

Katie Foulkes is one of Worcester's finest photographers and throughout mid-November, Katie is exhibiting her work at the Worcester Arts Workshop. "Schizophrenic City" is a photographic exhibition of Amsterdam running from 17th November to 1st December. Katie's exhibition features some of the many photographs taken in Amsterdam for Stompin' on Spiders, who commissioned Katie to gather images from Amsterdam for their album track "Schizophrenic City". This gig is in support of Katie's exhibition and also the launch of a special release by Stompin'' on Spiders to celebrated the work and skill of photographer, Katie Foulkes.

Do you know of any gigs or live music happening at Worcester Arts Workshop? Why not add the event to the gig guide

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