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10 things you love about ARC

ARC_Day_2.jpgHere at ARC we welcome thousands of customers every year to a wide range of performances, activities, community events and more. It is always brilliant when we receive great feedback, but we don’t always get the chance to share these lovely comments widely.

We decided to ask you what you loved most about ARC so below are the top ten things you told us!

Sticking, Dropping Out and Everything In Between

Sticking_main.jpgHave you ever dropped out of anything? Ahead of bringing his new show Sticking to ARC, Matt Miller took a moment to tell us about how dropping out of one thing led to him 'sticking' to another.ave you ever dropped out of anything? Ahead of bringing his new show Sticking to ARC, Matt Miller took a moment to tell us about how dropping out of one thing led to him 'sticking' to another.

Luca's summer at ARC

luca2.jpgThis August, our Associate Artist Luca Rutherford had lots of fun spreading some happiness in our building. She gathered together some cushions and mats and held Storytime with Luca as well as Draw, Play and Say, and held a creative writing sesson for everyone to join in with. In this post she tells us all about the fun she had. 

Control

Control_listing_PWYDNew.jpgControl is our latest piece, a response to the world we currently live in and an attempt to explore ideas of positive change. It’s a desire to see how we might better feel like we have some control over our relationship to the world around us, big and small, local and global, now and then.

Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go?

AllTheDeadPigeons_listing.jpgScott Turnbull is a Stockton-born theatre maker, actor and writer. His new show, Where Do All the Dead Pigeons Go? premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this month and gained some brilliant reviews. Before he performs the show here, Scott has recorded a very special vlog for us.

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