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.
The Hogwallops are a family of misfits. It is Grandpa’s birthday. He loves bananas and so after the housework is done, the family get together to make him a birthday cake.
Presented by Lost in Translation Circus & Jacksons Lane
The Jar Family
Hartlepool based The Jar Family have performed as special guests to a number of established artists such as Jake Bugg, Babyshambles and have brought their raucous and engaging shows to all corners of the country. Now they return to Teesside for a much anticipated gig.
Everyone wants their dad to be a hero. But what happens when your heroes let you down?
Catch 22: Paul Myrehaug, Craig Murray and Julian Lee plus MC Ian Smith
A mix of familiar telly faces and the best comics up and down the land. Chuck in a couple of great bars and quite frankly one of the best audiences you will find anywhere – it all adds up to a fantastic Friday night!
NT Live: The Audience (Encore)
Winner of three Tony Awards and two Olivier Awards, National Theatre Live’s original West End production of The Audience featuring Helen Mirren’s award-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II, returns to cinemas in celebration of the Queen's 90th birthday.
Eye in the Sky
Colonel Katherine Powell is remotely commanding a drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. When Powell discovers that the targets are planning a suicide bombing, the mission escalates from “capture” to “kill.”
Does makeup really make us 'Made Up'?
Fri 20 May
Made Up, here next week, explores the use of make up in today’s society and how it can bring people together, through a story about friendship and how getting ‘made up’ could be the new confessional booth.
Future Arts Centres have Euro-Vision with £398,000 grant
Wed 18 May
Future Arts Centres (FAC), a partnership of arts centres around the UK, have been awarded £398,000 by Arts Council England from their Ambition for Excellence fund.
Dementia Awareness Week at ARC
Tue 17 May
A range of activities will be taking place in the building from today to coincide with Dementia Awareness week, including an arts based exhibition by members of Creative Age and engaging ‘Dementia Friends’ sessions.
Infinite Folk festival set for September!
Fri 6 May
A new folk music festival, Infinite Folk, organised by Tees Music Alliance and ARC will come to Stockton on Saturday 17 September.
Crossing the Tees returns with film festival for 2016
Fri 29 Apr
Crossing The Tees Book Festival returns this year with a special treat for film fans!