Take a look at what ARC staff are excited for this March…
Holly Gallagher | Young People’s Programme Coordinator
I recommend We the Queers because I think they’re a really fab bunch of artists, and I very much enjoyed the last one I got to see streamed. I’m also excited about Tales from the Smog; Scott’s work is weird and wonderful and never to be missed!
Louise Wilkin | Deputy Marketing Manager
I’m so excited that the brilliant Luke Wright is on his way here! We’ve got loads of great stuff on in March, but this show in particular means a lot to me. Luke’s nightly Twitter gigs (all 100 of them!) really kept me going during the first lockdown, and I can’t wait to see him on ARC’s stage at the beginning of the month. Luke is a top class poet and an incredibly entertaining live performer – it’ll be a great night out and I’d love you to join me for it!
Ruth Sanders | Senior Box Office Assistant
I’m really excited about going to see Jamali Maddix. I’ve seen him in some things on the TV and he’s so funny! I think that he’s quite different to some of the other stand-up comedians that we have here at ARC, he’s very dry and sarcastic. I think this is going to be a good chance to see Jamali before he really takes off. I don’t come to very much comedy at ARC, but I can’t wait to come to this.
Hayley Pink | Marketing Assistant
I can’t wait to see Books and Tea, one of our upcoming exhibitions. Books and Tea is a range of lino and drypoint prints by local printmaker Jo Lovejoy. The exhibition is inspired by the contents and comfort of books. As a lover of both books and tea, I can’t think of anything better.