The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre

The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre
56 East Street, Havant, England, PO9 1BS
  • Box office 023 9247 2700
  • Opening times Mon & Tue 10am–5.30pm; Wed–Fri 10am–7pm; Sat 10am–4pm.
  • Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–8pm
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  • Website www.thespring.co.uk
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Alfie Moore: Getting Away With Murder

The former detective sergeant and star of BBC Radio Four's It's A Fair Cop, provides a detailed step-by-step guide to achieving this goal - from choosing a weapon to body disposal.

Fri 20 Oct

£13.50 (£12) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Book Of Genesis

Prog rock band covering the Peter Gabriel years and some of the best songs from the Phil Collins period.

Sat 28 Oct

£14 (£13) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Book Story: Monstro

In a celebration of books, reading and libraries the pioneers of the puppet musical present the story of the story in the digital age using songs, puppetry and dynamic performance.

Sat 7 Oct

£8 / 023 9247 2700

  • 14:30

Brimstone And Treacle: HumDrum

The ensemble presents its take on Dennis Potter's infamous play exposing the horror lurking in Middle England minds.

Wed 27 Sep

£10 (£9) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Thu 28 Sep

£10 (£9) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Fri 29 Sep

£10 (£9) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Sat 30 Sep

£10 (£9) / 023 9247 2700

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Carol Laula

The acoustic singer-songwriter from Glasgow performs her songs of strength and adversity from the perspective of a woman of today.

Sat 14 Oct

£12.50 / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:45

Daisy Pulls It Off: Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre

  • Directed by: Paulette Randall
  • Written by: Denise Deegan

Plucky Daisy solves a jolly perplexing mystery at her school in Denise Deegan's rip-roaring parody of 1920s schoolgirl novels.

Wed 6 Sep

£10 (£8) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Thu 7 Sep

£10 (£8) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Fri 8 Sep

£10 (£8) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Sat 9 Sep

£10 (£8) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Ensonglopedia Of Science

A song about science for every letter of the alphabet by John Hinton. Expect atoms, big bangs, cells, DNA.

Sat 28 Oct

£8 / 023 9247 2700

  • 11:30
  • 14:30

Forged Line Dance Company: Lina

A piece based on the relationship between astronomers William and Caroline Herschel, exploring the tension between family ties and ambition.

Sat 23 Sep

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

The Four Men

Follow the writer Hilaire Belloc's adventures as he takes a spur of the moment journey on foot across the breadth of Edwardian Sussex with three extraordinary companions at the mystical time of Halloween.

Thu 19 Oct

£15 (£13.50) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Four Score Years And Ten

Flintlock Theatre and Hat Fair present a new play that explores what it's like to be an older person in contemporary Britain in this humorous, revealing and touching piece of interactive verbatim theatre inspired by the lives of Winchester's 90-year-olds. Constructed from the words of 90-year-old residents, Four Score…

Wed 20 Sep

Free / 023 9247 2700

  • 13:45

Growth

Play about a young man who after much procrastination decides to do something about that lump.

Thu 21 Sep

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

James Alderson Presents - Zoe Lyons

The award-winning stand-up presents her hour of acerbic wit and incisive, offbeat gags. The popular joker is well prepared as her many TV credits include Mock The Week, Dave's One Night Stand, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and the occasional brain dump of useless facts on QI.

Mon 30 Oct

£8 (£7) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Joan

The tale of Joan of Arc told through story and cabaret.

Fri 13 Oct

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Let’s All Dance: The Owl And The Pussycat

The company presents a fresh and humorous look at the famous Lear poem with fantastic dancing, beautiful costumes and crystal clear story-telling to engage and delight young audiences.

Sat 21 Oct

£8 (£7) / 023 9247 2700

  • 11:00

Mark My Words: Bench Theatre

A selection of humorous plays, from romantic comedy to farce, written by Mark Wakeman.

Wed 13 Sep

£9.50; £8.50 (£6.50–£7.50; £6.50–£7.50) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Thu 14 Sep

£9.50; £8.50 (£6.50–£7.50; £6.50–£7.50) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Fri 15 Sep

£9.50; £8.50 (£6.50–£7.50; £6.50–£7.50) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Sat 16 Sep

£9.50; £8.50 (£6.50–£7.50; £6.50–£7.50) / 023 9247 2700

  • 14:30
  • 19:30

Mata Hari: Female Spy

Company Gavin Robertson presents the story of the most notorious female spy in history performed by Katharine Mary and with originally composed music by Danny Bright.

Tue 3 Oct

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Nancy Kerr and the Sweet Visitor Band

BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year 2015 and member of folk supergroup The Full English.

Fri 27 Oct

£14 (£12.60) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

New Dimension Dance: Fresh

A selection of new and thought-provoking dance performances from both companies at the University of Winchester and University of Chichester.

Tue 10 Oct

£4 (£3) / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:30

Nocturnes

The internationally acclaimed Imitating The Dog present a multi-media twist on a 1950s spy-thriller, a mixture of Le Carre and Kafka, digitally remixed for the post-truth generation. Written and directed by Andrew Quick and Pete Brooks.

Sat 21 Oct

£14 (£12.60) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Not The Rolling Stones: Rolling Stones Tribute

An authentic recreation of the iconic blues and rock'n'roll band.

Sat 14 Oct

£14 (£12) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Paul Foot: Tis a Pity She's a Piglet

Surreal and chaotic humour from the 2013 Sydney Comedy Award-winning stand-up.

Sat 7 Oct

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Recuperation And Inspiration: John Keat's Visit In 1819 - A Talk By Hilary Sloan

Poet John Keats was invited to Chichester in 1819 to recuperate following the death of his brother, and spent a few days in the city before moving on to stay close to Stansted House. He found the medieval atmosphere of the cathedral precincts and the old-fashioned streets so inspirational that he immediately began…

Thu 28 Sep

£6 / 023 9247 2700

  • 19:45

Rum In The Gravy Boat

Fluid Motion Theatre Company presents a play about children who live with a parent who is dependent on alcohol, developed through autobiographical storytelling, physical theatre and humour.

Thu 12 Oct

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Stephen K Amos: Bread and Circuses

The stand-up comedian delivers his original material – based on current affairs including Trump and Brexit – with honesty and exuberance.

Sat 16 Dec

£17 (£16) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Sun 17 Dec

£17 (£16) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

The Tempest

Bilmankhwe present a pared-down, intense, urban production of Shakespeare's last play featuring the contemporary African dance choreography of Shyne Phiri and directed by Kate Stafford.

Thu 5 Oct

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

The Thinking Drinkers: History Of Alcohol

Take a journey through time and learn about the history of alcohol whilst enjoying five drinks.

Fri 6 Oct

£14 (£12) / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

Wet Wet Wet's Graeme Clark: An Audience With The Thought Collector

Join us for an audience with star Graeme Clark, member of Wet Wet Wet. Wet Wet Wet were one of the most successful bands of the late 80s and early 90s, with hits including Love Is All Around, Angel Eyes, and Goodnight Girl. The band achieved a total of 8 albums, two greatest hits compilations and a 15-week stint at the…

Fri 22 Sep

£20 / 023 9247 2700

  • 20:00

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