Coming up next
Up In The Attic
Overcome your fear of the dark on a magical journey of discovery and adventure.
Presented by Half Moon, A Floods of Ink production
Age 3 - 6 yrs
Ale & Arty 2015
CAMRA’s 3 day beer festival returns with another mouth-watering selection of some of the world’s most refined and refreshing ales.
Laurence Clark: Independence
How far can any of us become truly independent? Laurence takes up the challenge of finding out. Laurence was named Shortlist magazine’s Funniest New Comedian and came runner-up at the Edinburgh Fringe’s Amused Moose Laughter Awards.
Catch 22: Paul Pirie & Andy Fury plus MC Matt Reed
Love Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats and other top telly? This is totally the night for you then. A real summer sizzler of a show is in store, with Paul Pirie, Andy Fury and MC Matt Reed.
Jazz and Tapas at No 60
These extremely popular Jazz and Tapas evenings offer a serving of delicious authentic tapas dishes and relaxing live music. If you have an appreciation of good food, music and wine then this is the event for you!
Grow Up Grandad
Teesside based award-winning writer Gordon Steel returns to ARC with his powerful, poignant and hilarious play; Grow Up Grandad.
Presented by STEELWORKS
Infinite Folk: A festival of acoustic, roots and lo-fi music
Infinite Folk is a folk-inspired music festival featuring acoustic, roots and lo-fi artists, with Teesside duo Megson confirmed as headliners.
Breaking the Ice
Join us on a journey into the snow where music, shadows and projection will transport you to a place where polar bears and Huskies really can be friends.
Presented by Filskit Theatre in assosciation with Theatre Hullabaloo
Age: 2 - 5yrs
NT Live: The Deep Blue Sea (Encore)
Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre in Terence Rattigan’s devastating masterpiece, playing one of the greatest female roles in contemporary drama. Tom Burke also features in Carrie Cracknell’s critically acclaimed new production.
Disabled artist residency at ARC
Thu 28 Jul
A disabled performance poet and theatre maker has been chosen to benefit from ARC’s disabled artist residency.
Two Teesside schoolgirls return to centre stage for Gordon Steel's Grow Up Grandad
Tue 26 Jul
Two Teesside schoolgirls are both returning to centre stage to share the lead role of 'Poppy' in Gordon Steel's Grow Up Grandad.
We've launched some fun, creative and free activities for 14 -19 year olds!
Tue 26 Jul
We have launched a series of activities and film screenings specifically aimed at 14 – 19 year olds that offer lots of fun and are free to attend.
Infinite Folk line up is announced
Fri 22 Jul
The line up for Stockton’s Infinite Folk festival has now been confirmed, with Megson, The Jar Family and Amelia Coburn amongst the top entertainers.
Steelworks' Grow Up Grandad returns!
Fri 15 Jul
Renowned Teesside playwright Gordon Steel is bringing his humorous and heart-warming play, Grow Up Grandad, back to the Theatre stage before taking it out on tour.