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 Welcome to Arts in Redditch

Arts in Redditch is a voluntary organisation which supports all individuals and organisations involved in the arts in Redditch and those who would like to be.

As of 17th August 2016 we are a charitable incorporated organisation. Registered number 1168813  Join us now click here

Our pop-up galleries are held in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre twice yearly, normally in May and November.  Our next gallery is planned for 24th November  where more than 350 pictures and other crafts by local artists will be on display and may  be purchased at the end of the exhibition.

Redditch Arts Council Grant schemes.

As we are in the process of merging Redditch Arts Council and Arts In Redditch (see AGM report), we will make public on this website all grants and guarantees we provide.

Click here for details.


The Kingfisher English Country Dance Club!

After a short holiday our Country Dance Club is up and running again. The club offers opportunities for musicians and callers to come and try out their skills as well as learner dancers.  There will be also be special nights with visiting guests  such as Wayfarers on 25th November

It is a fundraising opportunity for other clubs and groups who if they bring a group to attend can have all the admission fees for their members refunded.  This is a much easier option than organising their own barn-dance. The club operates fortnightly, September 30th, October 14th, 28th November 11th 25th and so on.  Click for more details  

The Bertie Crewe Gallery, now in the Palace Theatre is an art gallery managed by Arts in Redditch.  Currently  on display is an exhibition by Keith Ashford and Elizabeth Turner, The Hidden Landscapes of Forge Mill. Local artists Nicky Ellis, Lyn Sharpe and Jo Smith will be exhibiting from November.  Admission is free and opening hours are the same as   the Palace Theatre Ticket Office.

Scour: The Hidden Landscapes of Forge Mill

An exhibition of new artwork by Keith Ashford and Elizabeth Turner inspired by industrial heritage and the medieval landscape

As seen at Forge Mill Museum earlier this year

At the Bertie Crewe Gallery, Palace Theatre

from 6th Sep to 5th Nov

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Artists click here to register an Interest for future galleries

See photo display

of a previous

pop-up gallery

2016 AGM report. CIO constitution and membership scheme Read here

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