Performing Arts

Anvil Arts

(34 miles)

The largest performing arts organisation in Hampshire, Anvil Arts runs The Anvil, The Haymarket and The Forge for music, drama, dance and family entertainment.

Chichester Festival Theatre

(26 miles)

This Grade II listed theatre was restored and reopened in 2014. With two theatres on site, the Festival Theatre and the Minerva Theatre, this company has been producing world-class productions, which frequently transfer to the West End, for more than 50 years.

The Corn Exchange

(40 miles)

The Corn Exchange Trust manages three spaces providing a multi-art form venue with an auditorium, cinema, café, gallery as well as rehearsal, workshop and studio space.

Farnham Maltings

(27.5 miles)

A collection of buildings in the heart of Farnham which is host to 6 resident theatre and dance companies as well as a large number of creative arts companies. It offers a varied programme including theatre, cinema, craft, music and workshops.

Grange Park Opera

New Alresford
(18 miles)

A new intimate opera house was built within the ruins of the orangery at Grange Park in 2002. Since the first season in 1998 the Grange has become a significant feature of the opera calendar. Booking in advance is necessary.

The Mayflower

(27 miles)

The biggest theatre on the south coast seating over 2,300 presents touring productions, from West End musicals to dance, opera, drama, ballet and comedy.

New Theatre Royal

(15 miles)

An impressive Victorian theatre that reopened in 2015 following major refurbishment hosts arts, comedy, dance, drama, music and theatre productions.

Nuffield Theatre

(18 miles)

A producing theatre creating world-class productions, directed, designed and written by the best theatre makers in the UK that then tour nationally and internationally.

Olivier Theatre

(12 miles)

Part of Bedales School, the theatre was completed in 1996 and hosts dance, music and drama productions.

Theatre Royal

(15 miles)

An intimate 400-seat Edwardian theatre that presents over 200 productions a year including drama, music, dance, comedy, children's theatre and pantomime.

The Watermill

(40 miles)

In it's 50th anniversary year, this 200 seat theatre in a converted watermill is recognised as a major producing theatre for national and international touring, from Shakespeare and classic plays to new works.

Yvonne Arnaud

(37.5 miles)

It is a busy regional producing and receiving theatre with a main stage and studio space, creating an eclectic mix of classical and contemporary work.