Welcome to Bromsgrove Arts Alive....dedicated to supporting and promoting a broad spectrum of the arts* in Bromsgrove and the surrounding areas

Special News and forthcoming events........

 

Dates announced for forthcoming BAA Meetings

The following dates have been set for the Quarterly Meetings of Bromsgrove Arts Alive

  • June 11th...................Avoncroft Museum of Historic Building (Annual General Meeting)....7.00pm
  • September 10th..........venue to be confirmed

You are reminded that ALL Arts Alive members are welcome to attend....not just representatives.

It's not too late to be part of the newly rejuvenated Bromsgrove Festival

ORGANISERS interested in being part of the relaunched Bromsgrove Festival can still apply to have their event included in online publicity.

The Bromsgrove Festival brochure has been finalised and is expected to hit the streets soon, but new events can still be included on the festival website and Bromsgrove Arts Alive website.

Established in 1960, the festival has been run for more than 20 years, and last year the Advertiser reported that a new group was formed which will relaunch the event, expanding it into a wider arts and cultural celebration.

Copies of the brochure can be picked up at the Artrix, Avoncroft Museum, local libraries, shops and coffee houses as well as at the various venues where events are scheduled to take place.

With nearly 80 events planned during the festival, ranging from folk music and visual arts to street performances and dance displays it promises to be a very busy summer in the town.

Contact info [at] bromsgrovefestival [dot] co [dot] uk to have any further festival events to be publicised online.

Draft Programme Published for Bromsgrove Festival

The first draft of the programme for the rejuvenated Bromsgrove Festival, which will run from June 14th to July 20th 2014 has been published on the Festival Web Site, www.bromsgrovefestival.co.uk, and you can view it here. There are still opportunities for organisations and/or individuals to add their own event into the programme and become part of the celebration of all that is vibrant abut the Bromsgrove arts scene. Contact TC Peppercorn at info [at] bromsgrovefestival [dot] co [dot] uk to get your event posted into the programme.

If you want to discuss your event, or want help staging or promoting it, please do not hesitate to contact Bob Bignell via the contact form on this web site.

Bromsgrove Festival 2014 will feature productions, concerts, exhibitions and events from a number of local and outside groups in venues such as Artrix, Grafton Manor, St John’s Church and Avoncroft Museum. The established tradition of excellence will be maintained whilst at the same time ensuring there is something for everyone to enjoy. Children and young people will be encouraged to play an active role through the Artrix New Generation Festival which will coincide with the main festival and plans to provide opportunities for younger audiences, artists and performers.

  

Free Membership and Reduced Entrance offer to under 21 year olds at Bromsgrove Folk Club

 
In addition to encouraging young performers via Bromsgrove Acoustic Cafe (see above) Bromsgrove Folk Club are offering folk, roots and acoustic music fans aged 21 years and under, free membership of the club (usually £5.00) and half price admission (usually £6.00) to their regular club nights. Proof of age will be required on first visit to club when a "Young Member" card will be issued. It will be necessary to present this card on each visit to the club.
 
The club is renowned for booking top national and international performers as well as holding regular Singin' and Suppin' nights when the members entertain each other and Showcase Nights when aspiring professional performers can demonstrate why they should get a full club booking.
 
For further details contact Bob Bignell on 07828 716842 or email bobcynfolk [at] aol [dot] com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*Art is the conscious arrangement and production of colors, forms, movements, sounds,
and all other elements used in a manner that affects our human senses