Fringe Festival

Fri, 1 – 23 November 2019

Our fourth festival!

Valley Arts is excited to bring you our festival programme – a series of performing arts events specially designed for arts-loving residents of the ChewValley and surrounding areas!

Luna: a play about the Moon

Sat, 16 November 2019

Free Workshop!

Luna – a brand new show to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing – is a joyous adventure, celebrating humanity’s ongoing fascination with this mysterious lump of dead grey rock

Strange Face – Adventures with a Lost Nick Drake Recording

Sat, 16 November 2019

A quirky, funny and poignant award-winning solo show.

You don’t need to know anything about Nick Drake to warm to this show. It’s a celebration of music, photography, life, coincidences and the legacy of one of the most influential singer songwriters of the last fifty years.

A Teddy Bear’s Picnic from Music for Miniatures

Wed, 20 November 2019

The best thing about a Music for Miniatures concert is… we don’t mind noise!

Babies can sleep, cry, babble and crawl whilst toddlers are free to explore and enjoy in their own way without being told to “ssh”.

The Fire Catcher

Sat, 23 November 2019

Free Workshop!

Physical theatre and storytelling collide in this fast and furious performance that boasts bags of opportunities for an audience to howl along to!

John Kirkpatrick – Tunes From The Trenches

Sat, 23 November 2019

Songs from the First and Second World Wars

This is a heart-warming show, with occasional poignant moments in amongst the jolly choruses, celebrating the comradeship and spirit that allowed those previous generations to Keep Smiling Through.

Mr Gotalot’s Very Merry Pop Up Shop

Sat, 14 December 2019

A festive interactive story adventure

With puppets, singing, dancing and games galore, join Monkey Trousers Theatre on a fantastic new interactive adventure for 1 to 6 year olds.

Swan Lake – Living Spit!

Thur, 23 January 2020

Living Spit are back!!!

The most famous, magical water-based avian ballet ever performed. But pretty long, high-brow and expensive. Well, not any more! Theatre Orchard and Living Spit have teamed up to make the smallest ballet ever performed (probably).

The Secret Cabaret

Fri, 22 November 2019


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