- Telephone 01527 577330
- Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–4pm
- Website www.artrix.co.uk
Multi-arts venue with a 300 seat main auditorium alongside a dance studio, meeting rooms and a gallery. Featuring music, comedy, theatre and classical performances as well as a full cinema and art programme. Working closely with Bromsgrove District Council and NEW College of Further Education to engage with the local community via workshops and an outreach programme. Free parking available and just a short walk from Bromsgrove bus station and approximately two miles from Bromsgrove train station.
- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 14 events at this location
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Andrew Lawrence: Reasons to Kill Yourself
Vitriolic humour from the former double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee.
Count Arthur Strong
Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.
Counterfeit Sixties Show
A nostalgic night of 60s music, interspersed with video clips from the era. The band performs songs by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees and many more.
The ensemble performs rock in tribute to the award-winning band.
Geoff Norcott: Conswervative
Satirical comedy from the comedian, a trade unionist's son who grew up on a council estate, now wondering how the hell he ended up leaning to the right.
- 109 min
- Directed by: George Miller, Warren Coleman, Judy Morris
- Written by: Warren Coleman, John Collee, George Miller, Judy Morris
- Cast: Voices of Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Brittany Murphy, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving
A clumsily plotted but totally charming animated musical from the makers of Babe about tap dancing and singing penguins deep in Antarctica. With solid songs and some genuinely excellent voiceover performances, Happy Feet is probably the best of the Christmas family films.
The pioneering multi-instrumentalist and popular singer, acclaimed for his performance at Live Aid in 1985, performs synth-pop and new wave.
Justin Moorhouse: People and Feelings
Upbeat comedy from the former Phoenix Nights actor.
National Theatre Live: No Man’s Land
Pinter's play is brought to life by Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart.
Rob Rouse: Are You Sitting Comfortably?
In this full-length show, engaging stand-up Rob Rouse contemplates his adult life, which chiefly involves becoming a father and owning uncontrollable pets. It's a hilarious journey of enforced introspection from a guy who believes that being middle-aged and having an eye-watering mortgage with an unstable job is the key…
Roy Orbison & The Traveling Wilburys Tribute Show
Paul Hopkins steps into the Roy Orbison role with this tribute to the 80s supergroup.
Royal Ballet: The Nutcracker
Tchaikovsky's music brings to life this Christmas favourite in which the toys come to life (and about 200 years before Toy Story at that).
Seann Walsh: One for the Road
Sharp and energetic observational humour from this fast-riser.
- 94 min
- Directed by: Bill Clark
- Cast: Joanne Froggatt, Tom Riley, Ellie Copping, Michele Dotrice, Phoebe Nicholls
- UK release: 28 October 2016
Tom (Riley) falls ill with what his wife Nicola (Froggatt) thinks is food poisoning, but he is belatedly diagnosed with multiple organ failure and sepsis, necessitating multiple amputations. A gruelling dramatisation of true events, relentlessly grim, it's restrained, thoughtful and well-acted but that doesn't stop it…