ARC Stockton Arts Centre

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  • ARC YP Reviews ARC is on the lookout for creative, theatre enthusiasts with a talent for writing and an interest in marketing to help promote and review our theatre and dance performances. You can read reviews by some of our young reviewers here.
  • ARC YP ARC YP is our FREE membership scheme for young people aged 11 to 21. Join up to find out about our latest events and opportunities.
  • Arts Award Arts Award supports children and young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. It deepens engagement with arts and culture, develops both creative and leadership skills, and importantly Arts Award leads to a national qualification.
  • Arts Award Supporter ARC is proud to be an Arts Award Supporter organisation. This means that we run activities that young people, schools and groups can use towards their Arts Award.
  • Free to Stay

    Wed 27 Sep

    Free to Stay is a new play about belonging and an exploration of life without nationality, inspired by months of research with people who have first hand experience of statelessness in the UK and overseas.

  • Where Do All The Dead Pigeons Go?

    Wed 4 Oct

    With felt-tip pens, and his ex-girlfriend's overhead projector, Scott Turnbull takes us on a journey through space and time. This frolic of cartoon and comic reason miraculously weaves science fiction, memoir, parable, fairytale and farce... it's weird, fast and inventive.

  • NT Live: Hamlet (Encore)

    Thu 5 Oct

    Academy Award® nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game) takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy. Now seen by over 750,000 people worldwide, the original 2015 NT Live broadcast returns to cinemas.

  • Fun Palaces 2017

    Sat 7 Oct

    ARC will join 300+ Fun Palaces across the UK and globally set to erupt with free and fun activities, celebrating culture in our community - and you’re invited!

    Fun Palaces is a free event.

  • Manpower

    Thu 12 Oct

    Manpower is a romp through men, expectations, work and economics in the 40 years since Britain voted to be a part of Europe. Sound-tracked on vinyl by the tunes of those years, it's theatre for hard-working modern England.

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