The Mill Arts Centre
- Telephone 01295 279002
- Box office times Mon–Fri 9am–8pm, Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11.30am–5pm
- Website www.themillartscentre.co.uk
There are 32 events at this location
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Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes
Guitarist Albert Lee is joined by Gerry Hogan (guitar), Pete Wingfield (piano), Brian Hodgson (bass) and Peter Baron (drums) for an evening of rockabilly/country rock.
Alun Cochrane: Moments Of Alun
Dry observations, intelligent storytelling and anecdotes from the 2012 Chortle Award-winning stand-up for Best Club Comic and regular contributor to Frank Skinner's Absolute Radio Show.
Andrew Lawrence Is Coming To Get You
Vitriolic humour from the former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and regular performer on Channel 4's Stand Up For The Week.
The Animals And Friends
Classic pop-rock by the Newcastle-formed band, featuring original Animals drummer John Steel with keyboardist Mickey Gallagher and singer Pete Barton.
Artweeks 2013: The Wheel Artists Networking Group
Resource and meeting facility for painters, sculptors, printmakers and other creatives throughout the area. A chance to improve your business through seeking out new contacts and opportunities.
Fri 24 May
Backbeat Beatles: The Beatles Tribute
The group performs the songs of the legendary Fab Four.
Barnstormers Comedy Club
Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.
CAFE: 10th Anniversary
Paintings, collages, ceramics and glass celebrating a decade of Creative Activities For Elderly People.
Tue 28 May
Wed 29 May
Thu 30 May
Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus: Big Wooden Horse (Over 3s)
Big Wooden Horse presents a production full of fun, feathers and plenty of audience participation, adapted from the book by children's writer, Mo Willems (Sesame Street).
Fri 2 Aug
Dotty The Dragon: Blunderbus Theatre Company (Ages 3-7)
An enchanting fairy tale adventure with a very happy ending. This clever new show comes to life with an irresistible blend of live music, fabulous puppets and high energy storytelling.
Sun 23 Jun
£6 ( £22) / 01295 279002
The veteran classic rock and folk ensemble, led by singer and guitarist Simon Nicol, promotes its album By Popular Request.
The British Blues Awards-nominated outfit performs lively blues-rock.
A Journey With Antony Worrall Thompson
The celebrity chef talks about his experiences on and off the television screen.
Irish folk-pop singer-songwriter with acoustic guitar.
The band plays upbeat and catchy folk-rock songs.
Livewire: AC/DC Tribute
The band plays the music of the iconic Australian rockers.
Lucy Porter: People Person
Experimental humour and social insights and observations exploring whether the stand-up should try to be a more cynical person.
My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories (Over 4s)
Tall Stories presents a futuristic story with music, storytelling and lots of laughs from the creators of The Gruffalo and The Snail.
The Hollies-frontman, with accompanying musicians, plays pop and rock covers.
The post-punk outfit in its new formation as an eight-piece plays alternative dance, funk and rock. Featuring original members Chris Lee, Ollie Moore and Kofi Adu.
Sat 27 Jul
£12; £10 adv / 01295 279002
- Written by: Nigel Forde
Searchlight Theatre Company presents a work of fiction, inspired by the life of C.S. Lewis.
The Rat Pack
- 65 min
Swinging jazz covering the songs of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr and Dean Martin.
Regional Youth Ballet: Les Sylphides
Students present a performance of Les Sylphides, a short classical ballet with lyrical and romantic dances set to music by Chopin.
Taming Of The Shrew
- Written by: William Shakespeare
MadCap Theatre Productions present an adaptation of Shakespeare's evergreen battle-of-the-sexes comedy, featuring song and dance.
Tango: A History Of Passion
A kaleidoscope of visual images, live music and dance, bringing to life the history of Tango.
- Written by: John Godber
Black Eyed Theatre presents John Godber's satirical comedy, which focuses on life at a modern Comprehensive school and the teachers who work their.
There Is A Monster In My Piano: Garlic Theatre (Ages 4-7)
What do you do when you hear a strange munching noise inside a piano? Call the Piano Doctor of course. He might be able to help with his bag full of ears and his collection of weird and wonderful tools.
Tue 30 Jul
£6 ( £22) / 01295 279002
The Ups & Downs Of Life As A Comic Book Creator: Talk
Comic book scriptwriter, illustrator and editor Tim Quinn takes you on a highly nostalgic trip down memory lane to meet some of the great and not-so great comic characters of the last 150 years.
Fri 7 Jun
£10; £8 adv / 01295 279002
The Waving Cat Of Japan: The Krazy Kat Theatre
A Japanese-style puppet show with integrated sign language, aimed at deaf and hearing children. The story tells of a wicked sorceress, a prince and a cunning cat who helps him out.
Wind In The Willows
A musical adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic tales from the riverbank performed by Image Musical Theatre. Join Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad as they mess about in boats and go on all sorts of outrageous adventures.