ARC presents its Autumn spectrum

With three shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, summer intensives for all ages and a rich variety of films, the summer months have not been as subdued as usual at ARC, but as we move into the autumn month, our live programme once again picks up the pace to see audiences entertained, occupied and enthralled in the lead up to December.

Classic children’s tales such as The Boy Who Cried Wolf and this year’s Christmas Show, 3 Little Pigs enjoy a stage revival alongside visually beguiling performances such as sweeping safaris in Landscapes and all things that glitter in Sparkle.

There’s no rest for comedians following the Edinburgh Festival, and the rising wits of James Acaster and Daniel Sloss will on hand to entertain audiences of ARC’s intimate studio theatre.

C-12 Dance Theatre are bringing libraries back to life as they free run and dodge flying books in innovative dance piece, Shhh!, and Invisible Flock will be hijacking a Stockton town centre shop for a whole month in the lead up to their show, Bring The Happy, which seeks to draw up a 3D happiness map of the UK.

For all these shows and more please visit our What’s On section and see what will tempt you in this autumn at ARC.