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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After Magritte And The Real Inspector Hound By Tom Stoppard

HumDrum return with two of Tom Stoppard's most famous one-act comedies. After Magritte (1970) explores perception and reality. The police are interested in the bizarre behaviour of a family, witnessed through their living-room window. Are Thelma and Reginald Harris guilty of the Crippled Minstrel Caper? The police would…

The Almost Big Band

Jazz workshop members perform the compositions of the late Mike Birch.

Sat 4 Mar

Ambreen Razia And Black Theatre Live Presents The Diary Of A Hounslow Girl

The story of a 16-year-old British Muslim girl growing up in West London.

Arthur Smith: At Your Service

The stand-up, writer, broadcaster and British institution presents off-the-wall humour, jokes, anecdotes, short stories, poems, songs and readings from his recently published memoir.


Miles Productions presents the story of the life of Welsh actor Richard Burton performed as a solo drama, tracing his story from humble beginnings to his life as a world famous film star.

Thu 9 Mar

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

Comedy Club 4 Kids

  • 4 stars

Top comedians play to the toughest crowd: kids. And they have to keep it clean.

Sat 25 Mar

£8 (Children £8) / 023 9247 2700


In a Hampshire stable, disturbed youth Alan Strang commits an unspeakable act of violence. He is sent to psychiatrist Dr Martin Dysart, who begins to explore the boy's past in an attempt to understand his motives. It proves to be the most challenging case of his career as he struggles to interpret the motivation for…

Wed 26 Apr

£7.50; £9.50 / 023 9247 2700

Thu 27 Apr

£7.50; £9.50 / 023 9247 2700

Fri 28 Apr

£7.50; £9.50 / 023 9247 2700

Sat 29 Apr

£7.50; £9.50 / 023 9247 2700


In a Hampshire stable, disturbed youth Alan Strang commits an unspeakable act of violence. He is sent to psychiatrist Dr Martin Dysart, who begins to explore the boy's past in an attempt to understand his motives. It proves to be the most challenging case of his career as he struggles to interpret the motivation for…

Thu 20 Apr

£9.50 (£7.50) / 023 9247 2700

Fri 21 Apr

£9.50 (£7.50) / 023 9247 2700

Sat 22 Apr

Felix Kellaway

Globetrotting concert guitarist Felix Kellaway is returning to The Spring as part of his UK Spring Tour 2017. Since he last appeared here in 2014, Felix has performed over fifty concerts in twelve different countries. Inspired by his travels and experiences over that time, he has put together a multicultural repertoire of…

Sat 8 Apr

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

Heritage Talk: A Gun At My Head And The George Cross By Tony Gledhill Gc

In 1966, Southampton-born PC Anthony Gledhill of the Metropolitan Police received the highest gallantry award for a civilian - the George Cross. In this talk he will tell the story of how his extraordinary bravery, whilst injured in a car chase with armed suspects, led to him being awarded the George Cross.

Ian McCulloch

The Echo & The Bunnymen frontman performs a selection of the band's songs in a solo performance.

Sun 30 Apr

Jane Austen And Her Hampshire Family: Talk By Elizabeth Proudman

2017 marks 200 years since the death of Jane Austen, who spent the majority of her life here in Hampshire. She was born in the village of Steventon, and although she spent a few years in Bath, her six novels were all written here - three in Steventon and three in Chawton. Elizabeth Proudman will be discussing Jane's…

Jazz Heaven

As part of the Mike Birch Memorial Jazz Weekend, tutors Martin, Alan and Lee will be joined by Marianne Windham (brass), Anita Wardell (keys) and Amy Baker (vocals) for a night of exceptional jazz.

Sat 1 Apr

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

Jazz Weekend Workshop

We are pleased to present the Mike Birch Memorial Jazz Weekend. Derived from Mike's original jazz weekend which he ran successfully for a number of years, this weekend provides an opportunity for aspiring musicians of all abilities to up their game. Tutors Martin Shaw, Alan Barnes and Lee Goodall will be on hand to…

Sat 1 Apr

£110 / 023 9247 2700

Sun 2 Apr

£110 / 023 9247 2700

John Spiers

Folk music from composer, melodeon and concertina player, John Spiers.

Fri 24 Mar

£14 (£12.60) / 023 9247 2700

Julie Felix

Singer-songwriter Julie Felix rose to fame in the late 60s when she moved from California to England to became the first solo folk artist to be signed to a major British record company. She became resident singer on The Frost Report and went on to appear in her own TV series on BBC One and BBC Two. To celebrate her 75th…

Fri 3 Mar

£14 (£12.60) / 023 9247 2700

The Marmen Quartet

The group performs Haydn's Quartet In G, No 1, Bartok's Quartet No 4 and Beethoven's Quartet In E Minor, No 2.

Mon 6 Mar

£16 (£14.40) / 023 9247 2700

Mike Birch Memorial Jazz Weekend - Student Showcase

A chance to hear the results of the weekend in a short concert led by the tutors for family and friends of jazz weekend participants.

Monday's Child

Join us on Easter Saturday for Monday's Child, an imaginative and funny story exploring how we make and store memories as we grow up and discover the world; how these shape who we are, and how they help us to meet the challenges of growing old. This is a poetic story of the unique bond between a little girl and an older…

Sat 15 Apr


A play about the lives of four women from different centuries and their obsession with football. Directed by Caroline Bryant and staged by Futures Theatre.

Thu 6 Apr

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

Pipeline Theatre: Spillikin (A Love Story)

Pipeline Theatre's production about a woman with Alzheimer's and a robot version of her husband.

Thu 30 Mar

The Pretty Things

Blues, rhythm'n'blues and rock'n'roll from the London-based group, including founding members Phil May and Dick Taylor, as they head out on a 50th anniversary tour.

Sat 4 Mar

The Salts

The rocking five-piece sea shanty band present a rousing night mixing classics with sea-faring folk compositions.

Fri 31 Mar

£14 (£12.60) / 023 9247 2700

The Snake Davis Band

Mainstream jazz, soul, funk and pop by the well-travelled saxophonist and band.

Sat 25 Mar

Songs For The End Of The World

Part gig. Part play. Part apocalypse. Set in a dystopian future, the bizarre English town of Ashley-Coombe and its inhabitants are steadily steamrolling towards catastrophe. And when the apocalypse finally arrives, astronaut Jim Walters is suspended in orbit, broadcasting his songs for the end of the world back to a…

Fri 10 Mar

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700


Pipeline Theatre return to The Spring with their sell-out show, Spillikin - a love story, with a real robot. Sally's memories are fading fast, but she can still recall fragments of her earlier life: an awkward courtship, mid-life adultery, songs. And now a new life-companion has arrived - a state-of-the-art robot…

Thu 30 Mar

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

Tez Ilyas

Tez presents the follow-up to his debut hour Tez Talks.

Sat 6 May

£12 (£10) / 023 9247 2700

Up Close and Personal: Jeff Lang

Jeff Lang is one of Australia's most creative and revered guitarists. Originally influenced by several of the great US acoustic blues players, Jeff has developed his own individual style of guitar playing encompassing rock, roots, folk, blues and improvisation, accompanied by his dynamic songwriting which is unafraid to…

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