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'Award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and recognised as a "national flagship for the arts". It has a wide-ranging artistic programme, both producing and presenting, across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts, applied arts, film, new media, and community arts and is recognised as a national centre for arts development. Aberystwyth Arts Centre is a department of Aberystwyth University ...'  

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'Aldeburgh Music is an international performance centre set in a stunning landscape on the Suffolk coast with artist development and education as its creative engine. Our year-round programme has grown out of the Aldeburgh Festival, founded in 1948 by Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears and Eric Crozier, and is the realisation of Britten’s vision for a special place where established stars, young artists, amateurs and audience members come to broaden their horizons in an exhilarating creative and natural environment.'

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'With an eclectic mix of events including music, comedy, dance, drama, workshops, festivals, exhibitions, and family shows, there is certainly something for everyone ... at The Alley.'

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'A hub for creativity and the arts in the Outer Hebrides. We are a multi arts venue – at one and the same time a contemporary art gallery, a theatre, a cinema, a dance studio, a concert hall, a platform for poetry and literature, a studio – every space stretched to showcase the arts in multiple forms. Our work stretches across a national and international platform, yet our distinctiveness lies in being "of the place", rooted in who we are, and the creativity of Gaelic and the Outer Hebrides takes centre stage. Our mission is “to connect and inspire people in producing extraordinary, creative programmes, uniquely rooted in the place and reflecting the arts and ideas of our time”.'

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'A versatile multi disciplinary arts centre ... Its live programme puts it at the top of many What's On in Birmingham lists. It consists of over 200 performances including chamber and orchestral concerts, jazz, folk and blues gigs, top stand up comedy, cutting edge theatre and dance and more traditional drama.'

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'The Barbican welcomes the world's top soloists and musicians in both classical and contemporary music. Our music programme cuts across all forms of music including work by contemporary musicians, experimental collaborations and leading orchestras and soloists from around the world ...'

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'Blackfriars undoubtedly plays a very important role as Boston's centre for entertainment and the arts. It is home to two very successful local amateur dramatic and operatic groups, as well as hosting a varied program of professional stage productions.'

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'Volunteer run independent organisation. There is a managing board of directors and trustees, supported by a network of volunteers all of whom have a part to play in making things happen. We run a theatre programme of performance, music and film; plus workshops, classes and clubs in a wide range of arts disciplines. Our facilities are available to hire, for professional and community groups.'

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'Situated in the heart of town, Bridport Arts Centre hosts a wide variety of productions in theatre, music, comedy, dance and film alongside an exciting programme of exhibitions. We have an innovative and vibrant participatory programme featuring take part events and activities for all age groups.'

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'Community arts centre located in a beautifully converted Chapel on the banks of the River Tamar. We programme a wide range of events including folk, jazz, classical music, comedy, film, theatre, talks and exhibitions ... In addition to our ticketed events we also have Gallery Bar Specials. These feature live music and other events from well-known and emerging performers in the south west.'

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'The historic Carnegie Theatre and Arts Centre is one of Workington’s much loved buildings and West Cumbria’s premier theatre, entertainment and arts centre. We programme a diverse range of performances, shows and events across the year featuring family shows, comedy, music, opera, ballet, lectures and spoken word events, rock and pop concerts and musicals from the professional touring circuit and from community based performers. The Carnegie Arts Centre is also home to weekly arts participatory classes and workshops featuring ballet, tap, modern and street dance, singing, acting, musicianship ...'

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'A multi-purpose arts venue situated in the heart of Long Eaton. Located between Nottingham and Derby, the Centre is Long Eaton’s premier live arts and entertainment venue. Comprising the tiered 180-seat Duchess Theatre, the multi-purpose Devonshire Suite and John Barker Studio, the Chatsworth Arts Centre is the focal point in providing facilities for the arts in Long Eaton throughout the year.'

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Also indexedDuchess Theatre
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'A multi-purpose arts venue in the heart of Solihull town centre ... The busy venue hosts a varied mix of professional and amateur events including music, drama, comedy and dance. Most areas are available to hire and successful events are held almost every night ...'

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'We are proud to say that Cranleigh Arts Centre earns more than 85% of its income from ticket sales, room hire, merchandising, coffee bar and bar. Only 12% of our income currently comes from public funds, whilst many arts centres depend on around 50% of their income coming from regular public funding.'

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'We aim to bring the best of the arts to Dorset’s county town, to give our community creative opportunities and to nurture local talent, because we believe that where the arts thrive people and places do too.'

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Also indexedDorchester Corn Exchange
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'The operational base for the arts in Downpatrick and the surrounding area. Part of Newry, Mourne and Down District Council's Enterprise, Regeneration and Tourism department, Down Arts Centre produces a busy programme of events all year round, including exhibitions, live theatre and music events and a wide range of classes and workshops for all ages.'

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'Back in 1991, representatives of local arts groups highlighted the need for a centre for the arts in Tweeddale. The "Under One Roof" group was set up to raise funds after a local authority review had identified that a gap existed for a mid-scale performing arts venue, which could also act as a regional facility and a community hub for arts participation, performance and film. After several years of fundraising and feasibility studies, Borders 1996 Company Limited was formed, and acquired the Eastgate Hall in Peebles. The building had started life in 1871 as a church and continued in regular use as a community hall, but was marked for closure until offered a new lease of life as a new centre for the arts in the Borders ...'

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'Opened in April 1976. At the time, the design was strikingly modern. As the only large scale performance venue in the region, the building was designed by architects Law & Dunbar-Nasmith to house all types of performing arts from opera to popular music, concerts, ballet, modern dance, drama and films ... Following a major appeal and two years of closure Eden Court reopened in November 2007 as the one of the best equipped arts centres in the country. The Victorian Bishop’s Palace and 1976 theatre, both Grade A Listed, were retained and two new extensions added ...'

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'Non-profit arts centre dedicated to presenting performing, vocal and visual art for the benefit of the Island community. Known for its groundbreaking music and opera programmes and its international competitions, the EAC is acknowledged to be one of the leading arts centres in the British Isles.'

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'Evesham’s leading venue for live entertainment, offering a diverse programme of events from dance to drama, concerts from rock to classical, comedy, pantomimes, musical theatre, workshops and so much more ...'

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'Housed in the old mineworkers’ buildings the Arts Centre incorporates many spaces, from a small café, a Gallery, workshops and an 80-seat auditorium with full professional lighting and sound equipment. The schedule of events marries visual and performing arts across a broad spectrum, attracting local, national and international artists. Throughout the year we present an eclectic mix of exhibitions, live music, film screenings, talks and Q&As, comedy and theatre performances and private events.'

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'Provides an accessible, popular and engaging programme of concerts.'  

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'Forest Arts Centre is renowned for its high quality music provision and is now home to the Walsall Music Education Hub. Providing the rhythm of life to everything from jazz to samba from heavy metal to Indonesian folk music, Forest Arts Centre is the place to come to listen, learn and enjoy music.'

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Also indexedWalsall Music Education Hub
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'Our venue is predominantly a receiving theatre where we bring in professional touring shows and also hire the venue out to professional shows. In addition, Grantham has a thriving amateur scene and several groups from the area hire the venue for their productions ... Alongside the shows, the Arts Centre is also a hub for workshops and community activities.'

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'Now a Grade II listed building, Haverhill Arts Centre provides a wide ranging programme of arts and entertainment for Haverhill and the surrounding area, featuring a broad selection of theatre, cinema, comedy, children’s shows, music (rock, jazz, classical, folk and world), dance, spoken word, and a variety of participatory workshops for children and adults.'

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'Hosts an exciting assortment of live music, films, exhibitions and other events each month.' Hawick Music Club 'promotes seven live concerts from September until April, the majority of which are performed by professional musicians who are usually based in Scotland. The Club also provides a platform for local musicians ... The venue for these concerts is Tower Mill’s small and intimate auditorium'.

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Also indexedHawick Music Club
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'A thriving performance venue for theatre, music, dance, talks, cinema and live broadcasts, plus exhibitions, classes and a range of creative activities for children. The management of the Arts Centre, initially entirely voluntary, has gradually been professionalised, but the success of the project continues to depend on a large group of volunteer staff and participants, and on the wider support and enthusiasm of our rural community.'

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The Arts Centre at The Meeting House 'is situated in the old Unitarian Church on East Street in the centre of Ilminster ... The IAC is available for hire for workshops and events for up to 80 people'.

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'Opened in June 2001, ISLAND has earned the excellent reputation as one of Ireland’s major leading multi–arts venues. ISLAND proudly presents a unique diversity of arts and entertainment choices all year round and is Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council’s visually stunning arts base for Lisburn’s vibrant cultural and creative scene. Join over 280,000 visitors a year who visit ISLAND and experience the expectation and excitement of live theatre performances, music, dance and children’s’ theatre from Northern Ireland’s top performers, and an array of national and international companies.'

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'Junction combines three purposes – the administrative and civic base for Goole Town Council, a community centre and a busy mixed use arts facility, hosting a wide range of live events, cinema and satellite screenings, a workshop programme and activities that reach out into our community. Everything we do is intended to inspire and develop the way all of our communities enjoy the arts. The programme of events treads a careful path to balance popular appeal with excellent and more challenging work. We are looking to build partnerships, not just attract customers. We firmly believe that we offer significant and sometimes life-changing opportunities, whether that’s through a young person on work experience, people getting a chance to realise undiscovered talents, or a professional artist creating work especially for Goole.'

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'Opened in 1978, Lighthouse was conceived as a receiving venue with the vision of injecting cultural provision into Dorset and providing a new home for Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra... Lighthouse is unique in that we are the only multi-space venue with four auditoria in the South West, and the largest outside London. We house a symphonic concert hall, mid-scale theatre, small-scale studio theatre, independent cinema, art galleries, and function room spaces. Our audiences can discover and enjoy an extraordinary mix of art forms, not possible elsewhere across the South West, all under one roof.'

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'LSO St Luke's is an 18th-century Grade 1 listed Hawksmoor church, restored to become the home of the LSO's community and music education programme LSO Discovery.  LSO St Luke's is buzzing with activity. There are regular creative sessions in the Jerwood Hall, a constant flow of groups making music in the Clore Rooms, playing Balinese gamelan and using music technology equipment in the Candide Discovery Room. Our regular community groups, including the Community Choir, LSO Discovery Choir, Gamelan Group, Digital Technology Group and LSO Create all rehearse at LSO St Luke's during term-time and perform their work to the public regularly ... As well as LSO rehearsals it plays host to a diverse selection of concerts and has seen artists and groups perform from across the spectrum ...'

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'Mareel the UK's most northerly music, cinema and creative industries centre, operated by Shetland Arts Development Agency. Sited right on the edge of the North Sea on the historic Hay’s Dock quayside in Lerwick beside the Shetland Museum and Archives, Mareel offers a stunning setting for performance, production, studying or just relaxing with a coffee enjoying the view and watching the seals and seabirds bobbing just outside the windows ... The venue provides an exciting year round programme of film, live music, education and other performance events. It is a hub and a focus for the creative communities not just in Shetland but beyond, and a catalyst for the creative industry sector in Shetland.'

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Also indexedThe Garrison Theatre
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'We present the best in arts and entertainment at affordable prices, in wonderful modern and spacious surroundings with something to suit everyone's taste and pocket ... The Market Place programme and facilities are enjoyed by local people and attract audiences from far and wide - from Armagh, Craigavon, Newry, Banbridge, Tyrone and Down to Monaghan, Cavan and Dundalk and beyond.'

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'Hosts a range of concert events over the year ...  It is also used for theatrical performances, music concerts, tribute acts and operatic nights. With seating for up to 180, modular staging, lighting and PA, the Main Hall is an ideal venue for a local concert event.'

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'A feast of music is in store as part of our artistic programme, from local and young talent to opera and classical music, as well as folk, world music and gigs. Bring your friends, and enjoy.'

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Also indexedBangor University
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The Website - supplemented by the Facebook Page - provides comprehensive information on this 'gateway to the ancient Hill of The O’Neill and the adjoining Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre featuring a FREE interactive history exhibition as well as hosting a diverse range of arts and cultural activities'.

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'An arts and creative industries centre in the Old Town Hall, a late Victorian Grade II* listed building in the heart of Merthyr Tydfil.The Old Town Hall was built to house the Public Offices, courts and holding cells. There are a variety of fine spaces to hire within this great building for events, shows and weddings.'

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'Since opening in 1989 Riverhouse has built a reputation as a high quality arts centre servicing the community. We are proud of that reputation and will continue to build on it in the future. We provide a year round programme of events which includes drama, chamber music, traditional and modern jazz, children's shows ...'

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'An award-winning facility situated at the heart of Limavady town, we opened in October 2010. We provide a dynamic cultural programme of activities throughout the year, including the very best of national and international theatre, music, visual arts and heritage exhibitions, film and engaging creative learning opportunities.'

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'The Roundhouse is one of the most incredible live performance spaces in the world where the biggest names in music, theatre, circus and spoken word take to the stage every day. A former railway engine repair shed, the Grade II* listed building was transformed into a groundbreaking performing arts venue 50 years ago, and we have welcomed legendary artists from all over the world to perform in our unique spaces.'

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'A collaborative project between King Edward’s School and King Edward VI High School for Girls designed to support our high quality performing arts provision. The centre is the most significant new building on the Edgbaston site since the two schools moved here in 1936. The Ruddock Performing Arts Centre was officially opened on Friday 27th April 2012 by Sir Paul Ruddock, a major benefactor of the project ... The Ruddock Hall is a modern, state of the art multi-purpose performance space that caters acoustically for soloists, small orchestras, choirs and larger symphony orchestras. Its unique versatility shines through as it also transforms into an end on theatre space that lends itself to drama, dance and musical theatre.'

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'The South Holland Centre is owned and operated by South Holland District Council. The professional programme is support funded by Arts Council England.'

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'A world-famous, multi-venue arts centre in London, with a dynamic year-round festivals programme and an inclusive ethos. Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre, founded with the Festival of Britain in 1951. It’s a place where people experience world-class art and culture that stimulates, inspires, educates and amazes. Our festival programme encompasses art, theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, literature and debate. It reaches 6.25 million people a year, and encompasses over 5,000 events featuring world-class artists from across the globe.'

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'We offer a varied programme of activities and events for all ages which include concerts, exhibitions and workshops.'  

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'Drawing on a rich heritage dating back to the 18th Century, Stamford Arts Centre provides you with the opportunity to experience and participate in a wide selection of art forms from theatre, music and film to sculpture, dance and drawing ... Our beautiful ballroom hosts a variety of concerts including our classical music season that runs from October through to May, as well as dances and workshops ...'

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'We bring accessible, world-class performances and creative learning to the doorsteps of people and communities in Newham and East London.'

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'Since opening in 2007, Strule Arts Centre has welcomed hundreds of thousands of patrons to be entertained by performances from professional hire, community and amateur based organisations including school performances, workshops, classes, art exhibitions and conferences. Strule Arts Centre offers creative outlets and opportunities for local, national and international talent.'

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'Taliesin Arts Centre is at the heart of Swansea University's Singleton Campus. Open throughout the year, we host a broad programme of events including cinema screenings, an average of ten visiting exhibitions per year, and a great variety of live performances, from dance and drama to jazz and world music.'

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'The Bhavan aims to preserve, encourage and propagate the teaching and understanding of Indian art and culture as an integral part of the culture of the United Kingdom. It commends universal values in performance and studies. Our objective is to provide a centre of learning in the UK for Indian culture.'  

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'The no.1 venue for live music, arts and community events in St. Helens.'

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'The Cut offers Halesworth and the surrounding countryside arts, music, theatre, dance, comedy, cinema, workshops and Art Exhibitions. It has a cafeteria and licensed bar, and food is now available an hour before most evening events. New Cut Arts receives no central funding and relies on the support of the local community and its 500 Club benefactors who help to pay the mortgage ...'

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'The Flavel is the commonly used name of the “Flavel Centre Trust” ... The Aims of the Trust are: the advancement of the education of the public in the arts, particularly, but not exclusively, the performing arts; the advancement of the education of the public by the provision and maintenance of a public library and associated facilities; any charitable purpose for the general benefit of the public.'

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'Entertainment venue for Mid Wales offering Comedy, Drama, Local Theatre, Musicals, Choirs and Children's Entertainment.'

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'Our Vision is to be the most successful Arts Venue in the world.'

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'The Maltings is a purpose-built arts complex in the centre of the historic walled market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed - at the northernmost tip of North East England, just 3 miles from the Scottish border. Each year we present a diverse mix of over 500 live events, workshops and digital cinema screenings, selling over 60,000 tickets, and serving as a key cultural hub for North Northumberland and the eastern Scottish Borders.'

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'Busy and popular arts centre in Tewkesbury with an eclectic programme of live events, take part activities, exhibitions and festivals. In addition to the 370 seat auditorium, The Roses boasts a relaxing bar where you can enjoy a pre-show and interval drinks as well as live entertainment including jazz and folk music ...'

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'To entertain, involve and inspire each and every person we meet through engagement with outstanding music and creative events ...'  

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Also indexedNorth Music Trust
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'We are one of the few integrated arts and heritage centres in the UK and use this position to create innovative programmes to inspire and engage the 120,000 residents of Havant Borough and beyond. We want to create experiences that change the way people see the world; to enhance wellbeing and make our community proud.'

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'Founded in 1969 by the world-renowned jazz musicians Dame Cleo Laine and Sir John Dankworth. It has a vision to: "engage the widest range of people with music in all its diversity" Sir John and Dame Cleo began the realisation of that vision with the development of The Stables Theatre, in some outbuildings at their home, as a venue for concerts and education activities. In October 2000, the new Stables Theatre opened its doors, with a second phase of development opening in 2007. It is now home to The Jim Marshall Auditorium with 448 capacity (398 seated and 50 standing) and Stage 2 (80 seated and 20 standing or 100 standing) and presents around 350 concerts and 250 education sessions each year.'

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'Located in the heart of the old town, the Tolbooth is Stirling’s venue for live music and the arts ... Stirling's Albert Halls has been at the centre of civic life in this historic City for over 150 years.'

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Also indexedAlbert Halls
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'As Northern Ireland’s home of live entertainment, the Waterfront offers an unrivalled choice of world class events. Here you will enjoy a premium quality local and international programme of rock and popular music concerts, stand up comedy, classical music, opera and ballet, theatre, talks, seasonal showcases and much more.'

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'Watermans is the major arts centre in West London. We are an independent cinema, theatre with a year-round programme for children, a new media art gallery and a creative space for the community. We are situated in a stunning location on the banks of the River Thames, opposite Kew Gardens with a large riverside café/bar and restaurant. We are a social enterprise which means that any money we make is ploughed back into providing high-quality arts events for the whole community. Our mission is to bring communities together through cultural participation ...'

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'One of the world’s great concert halls, specialises in chamber and instrumental music, early music and song ... Discreetly nestled in Central London, the Hall – renowned for its intimacy, responsive acoustic and its Arts and Crafts interior – has a capacity of 552 seats, but draws in audiences from far and wide through its enterprising use of digital media and its ambitious learning and outreach programmes; these go beyond concert audiences to embrace schools, nurseries, hospitals, community centres and care homes.'

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'Founded ... by a group of visionary local people, who realised that there was a serious need for top quality performance and rehearsal facilities in the area. Since then, the Centre has built an enviable reputation as a professional concert hall of exceptional quality rooted in community participation and involvement.'

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'Our mission is for Wyeside Arts Centre to be at the heart of our community. We aim to reach out to all, in mid-Powys and beyond, to present the best in live, film and community arts to entertain, educate and excite, at our unique and welcoming venue. Wyeside aims to nurture inspiration, participation, creativity and curiosity.'

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  185. Haringey
  186. Harlow
  187. Harpenden
  188. Harrogate
  189. Harrow
  190. Hartlepool
  191. Haslemere
  192. Hastings
  193. Hatfield
  194. Havant
  195. Haverhill
  196. Havering
  197. Hawick
  198. Hay-on-Wye
  199. Haywards Heath
  200. Hebden Bridge
  201. Helensburgh
  202. Hemel Hempstead
  203. Henley-on-Thames
  204. Hereford
  205. Hertford
  206. Hexham
  207. High Wycombe
  208. Highgate
  209. Hillingdon
  210. Hinckley
  211. Hitchin
  212. Holborn
  213. Horsham
  214. Hounslow
  215. Hoylake
  216. Huddersfield
  217. Huntingdon
  218. Ilkeston
  219. Ilkley
  220. Inverness
  221. Ipswich
  222. Isle of Arran
  223. Isle of Bute
  224. Isle of Islay
  225. Isle of Mull
  226. Isle of Skye
  227. Islington
  228. Kelso
  229. Kendal
  230. Kensington and Chelsea
  231. Keswick
  232. Kettering
  233. Kidderminster
  234. King's Lynn
  235. Kingston upon Hull
  236. Kingston upon Thames
  237. Kirkby-in-Ashfield
  238. Kirkcaldy
  239. Lambeth
  240. Lancaster
  241. Leatherhead
  242. Ledbury
  243. Leeds
  244. Leicester
  245. Leigh (Lancashire)
  246. Leighton Buzzard
  247. Leominster
  248. Letchworth Garden City
  249. Lewes
  250. Lewisham
  251. Lichfield
  252. Lincoln
  253. Linlithgow
  254. Lisburn Castlereagh
  255. Liskeard
  256. Liverpool
  257. Livingston
  258. Llandrindod Wells
  259. Llanelli
  260. Lochgilphead
  261. Long Eaton
  262. Loughborough
  263. Louth
  264. Lowestoft
  265. Ludlow
  266. Luton
  267. Lydney
  268. Lyme Regis
  269. Lymington
  270. Lytham St Annes
  271. Macclesfield
  272. Maidenhead
  273. Maidstone
  274. Malmesbury
  275. Malton
  276. Manchester
  277. Mansfield
  278. March
  279. Market Harborough
  280. Marlborough
  281. Marlow
  282. Marple
  283. Matlock
  284. Melbourne
  285. Melton Mowbray
  286. Merton
  287. Mid East Antrim
  288. Mid Ulster
  289. Middlesbrough
  290. Milton Keynes
  291. Minehead
  292. Monmouth
  293. Morley
  294. Morpeth
  295. Newark-on-Trent
  296. Newbury
  297. Newcastle upon Tyne
  298. Newham
  299. Newport (Shropshire)
  300. Newry Mourne Down
  301. Newton Abbot
  302. Newton Stewart
  303. Newtown
  304. Northallerton
  305. Northampton
  306. Northwich
  307. Norwich
  308. Nottingham
  309. Nuneaton
  310. Oakham
  311. Oldham
  312. Olney
  313. Ormskirk
  314. Orpington
  315. Oswestry
  316. Otley
  317. Oundle
  318. Oxford
  319. Paignton
  320. Peebles
  321. Penrith
  322. Penzance
  323. Perth
  324. Peterborough
  325. Pitlochry
  326. Plymouth
  327. Pontefract
  328. Poole
  329. Portsmouth
  330. Preston
  331. Prestwich
  332. Rayleigh
  333. Reading
  334. Redbridge
  335. Redcar
  336. Reigate
  337. Rhyl
  338. Richmond (North Yorks)
  339. Richmond upon Thames
  340. Rickmansworth
  341. Ripon
  342. Rochdale
  343. Ross-on-Wye
  344. Rotherham
  345. Royal Leamington Spa
  346. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  347. Rugby
  348. Sale
  349. Salford
  350. Salisbury
  351. Saltash
  352. Sandbach
  353. Scarborough
  354. Scunthorpe
  355. Seaford
  356. Selby
  357. Selly Oak
  358. Sevenoaks
  359. Sheffield
  360. Sherborne
  361. Shrewsbury
  362. Sidmouth
  363. Skegness
  364. Skipton
  365. Solihull
  366. Southampton
  367. Southend-on-Sea
  368. Southport
  369. Southwark
  370. Southwell
  371. Spalding
  372. St Albans
  373. St Andrews
  374. St Austell
  375. St Helens
  376. St Ives
  377. Stafford
  378. Staines-upon-Thames
  379. Stamford
  380. Stevenage
  381. Stockport
  382. Stockton-on-Tees
  383. Stoke on Trent
  384. Stow on the Wold
  385. Stratford upon Avon
  386. Stroud
  387. Sudbury
  388. Sunderland
  389. Sutton (London)
  390. Sutton Coldfield
  391. Swanage
  392. Swindon
  393. Tamworth
  394. Taunton
  395. Tavistock
  396. Teignmouth
  397. Telford
  398. Tenterden
  399. Tewkesbury
  400. Thame (Oxon)
  401. Thornbury
  402. Thurso
  403. Tiverton
  404. Torquay
  405. Totnes
  406. Towcester
  407. Tower Hamlets
  408. Trowbridge
  409. Truro
  410. Ullapool
  411. Ulverston
  412. Uppingham
  413. Uttoxeter
  414. Wadebridge
  415. Wakefield
  416. Wallasey
  417. Wallsend
  418. Walsall
  419. Waltham Forest
  420. Walton-on-Thames
  421. Wandsworth
  422. Warrington
  423. Warwick
  424. Watford
  425. Wellingborough
  426. Wells (City)
  427. Welwyn Garden City
  428. West Bridgford
  429. West Bromwich
  430. Westminster
  431. Weston-Super-Mare
  432. Wetherby
  433. Weymouth
  434. Whitehaven
  435. Wigan
  436. Wigston Magna
  437. Wilmslow
  438. Wimborne Minster
  439. Winchester
  440. Windermere
  441. Windsor
  442. Wisbech
  443. Woking
  444. Wolverhampton
  445. Woodbridge
  446. Worcester
  447. Worksop
  448. Worthing
  449. Yate
  450. York (City)

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