Creating a home for the arts in the Chew Valley

Living Spit - Giants of Science

Friday 16 November 2018.

Valley Arts Family Festival is delighted to welcome the much loved duo Living Spit back to the Chew Valley.

Howard Coggins knows nothing about Science. Stu Mcloughlin knows even less! Nevertheless, they have agreed to give a comprehensive lecture on the subject, and by enlisting the help of the smartest scientific sages of the ages, that’s just what they aim to do.

This is a great new show, a laugh a minute.
Click here to book your tickets now!

 

To the Lighthouse

Congratulations to Chew Valley School on joining the Lighthouse Schools Partnership in February. Being part of a multi-academy trust means exciting opportunities for new projects and improvements. How does it affect plans to build our performing arts centre on the school site? Read more

Events in the Valley this Autumn

October and November 2018.
Valley Arts is proud to present an exciting series of events in venues around the Chew Valley. Full details can be on the Valley events page. Read more


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Building for the future

A theatre space for everyone, plus rehearsal rooms, an exhibition wall... a cafe? Give us your feedback on our first-stage concept plans. More details

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Fundraising via BT MyDonate

ValleyArts are fundraising via BT MyDonate. You can either make a donation, sponsor a fundraiser, or start a fundraising project.

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£££ from shops

Retail therapy becomes performing arts support when you do your online shopping via EasyFundraising and register us as your charity of choice. You pay the same, they give us money. Easyfundraising


••I'm delighted to support Chew Valley's arts centre project. Rural areas deserve to share the energy and creativity generated by the performing arts.•• Michael Eavis, Patron, Chew Valley Performing Arts Centre
••The Valley Arts centre will be a magnet for creativity in the community.•• The Theatre Orchard
••Think how great it would be to have this space right in the heart of the Chew Valley.••Katharine and Mark Finn, supporters