15th century Bromsgrove house
See Avoncroft Museum.
Our Membership List can be seen below.
To become a member
We have plenty of room to include your society.
For membership details, please contact our chairman, Steve Cowperthwaite.
Painting for pleasure in watercolour, pastel, acrylic & oils. Anyone wishing to learn to paint is welcome ~ experienced guidance given. Meets every Monday 7.30-9.30pm
We aim to get as many people as possible involved in live theatre. People from all backgrounds and abilities ~ all ages 8 and above are welcome. We
Members: Folk Dancing, Drawing and Painting, Sugar craft, Textiles, Pottery, Calligraphy plus tuition and facilities hire.
We are a traditional folk dance group that enjoys anything from Barn Dances to those in Pride and Pejudice. A mix of Playford, English Country
England’s original open-air museum has a collection of over 30 buildings (14th to 20th centuries) rescued from destruction and rebuilt on a beautiful parkland site. Highlights include
We are a group of young people (aged from about 7) and our adult helpers who meet once a month to learn and explore the
We are a mixed voice choir of about 70 singing members, meeting for rehearsals on Monday evenings, and perform 4 concerts a year.
We are a friendly concert band who play a range of repertoire at outdoor and indoor events throughout the year, open to players of all
Friendly group for adults of approximately Grade 3 - 8 standard offering the opportunity to play string music together, performing regularly. All welcome, no audition
Meetings are held at Burcot Village Hall, Alcester Road, Burcot, Bromsgrove B60 1BH on the 3rd Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm
We meet together to enjoy singing and performing choral works.
Bromsgrove Community Choir is for people of all ages and abilities who enjoy singing whether they think they can sing or not.
Promoting recitals of professional chamber music concerts, staging each year up to 8 concerts per season in Artrix.
The service is responsible for the strategic development of the arts throughout the Bromsgrove District. This includes working with a range of artists, organisations and
The Bromsgrove Festival organises a month long programme of arts and cultural events every summer. Its aim is to provide a diverse and exciting range
Bringing the best in folk, roots and acoustic music to North Worcestershire, encouraging development and continuation of folk arts and performance within the community.
The BIMC is now an independent charity based at the Routh Concert Hall at Bromsgrove School. It runs ‘The Bromsgrove’, an international competition for talented young instrumentalists
We are a busy community library offering books, audio books and e-audio books, e-magazines, free computer access and online reference resources. We hold on-off and
Bromsgrove Music Centre is one of a network of Music Centres throughout the county, wehich are organised and administered by Severn Arts. BMC aims to provide opportunities
BOS promotes amateur participation in local arts. Each May we perform a major musical production and also an autumn concert.
Formed in 1950, the Society has embraced the changes in technology and continues to practice and share the craft and art of photography within a
Bromsgrove School has made considerable alterations to Routh Hall, transforming it into a first class concert venue for Bromsgrove. In addition there is a new
Bromsgrove School of dance offers Dance tuition to all ages in commercial jazz, modern, ballet, tap, ballroom, latin, rock n roll and salsa
Kevin Ward, Town Crier and Bellman to the Court Leet and Court Baron of the Manor of Bromsgrove. Available as Town Crier or Toastmaster. Talks
Bromsgrove Ukulele Club is a friendly crowd of Ukulele enthusiasts playing all genres of music from Rock/pop to Folk/Blues. Beginners always welcome.
Passionately promoting local artists' work in the community, by providing free artwork to local businesses and we provide a friendly environment for individual to learn new
Designer and maker of enamelled jewellery. Many events attended in and around the region. Taster sessions in enamelling for individuals and small groups available at the studio
Supporting musical education of young people in the Bromsgrove District by offering grants and involving them in projects which will improve their musical skill and
Dragon Music provides music education for schools, adult education, and runs Bromsgrove Rock School and the music sessions at Bromsgrove Youth Hub
Festive Classics was formed in 2013 to promote classical music in both the Bromsgrove Festival and elsewhere when the occasion arises.
Passionate about the heritage of our town, the Friends of St John’s organise community based events and initiative to raise funds for the ongoing maintenance, restoration and
We are a social enterprise (a not-for-profit company) whose objects are to use performance and media arts to enhance the life and wellbeing, and to
Meet the first Saturday each month (not January) at Longbridge Methodist Church. Demonstrations and two exhibitions per year - new members are welcome.
A chamber orchestra of invited players from the local area with an emphasis on providing opportunities for young people.
Small friendly group meeting on Monday evenings about eight times a year to read plays.
Producing live amateur theatre for over 60 years for the community of Rubery and the surrounding areas
Someone-at-the-Door was formed in 1998 and is a thriving Bromsgrove based Samba Band which aims to create the rhythms and techniques for Brazilian bateria instruments. The
To promote the art and craft of silk painting. We encourage the exchange of ideas and information together, displaying the work in exhibitions in and
St John's Choir is a strong and vibrant choir who sing a wide repertoire of sacred music at regular services including a monthly choral evensong
Established in Stoke Prior in 1994, the Stage Door is a friendly, professional dance and performing arts school. It offers a range of disciplines including
To Learn and develop the skills of Appalachian Step Dancing. We encourage participation and demonstrate the technique to all in the wider community.
Bromsgrove Court Leet has existed since 1199. Today we uphold the traditions of the past through events held in the town and support local charities.
The Bromsgrove Society is a joint civic and history society which holds regular history talks, a summer schooland occasional events. It also keeps a watch on
Promoting knowledge and appreciation of the life and works of AE Housman and his family and the causes of poetry & literature in general
An Alvechurch based professional Orchestra under Music Director Nic Fallowfield, which performs a range of music from piano recitals to full orchestral concerts. The annual ‘Young
A lifetime’s collection of Bromsgrove memorabilia. Special emphasis on the Bromsgrove Guild, but many other notable Bromsgrove displays, personalities, paraphernalia and a street of Edwardian shops.
We meet weekly for an evening of singing, laughter and new friendships. We sing a variety of modern songs. No audition is required. Tuesday evenings 7.15 -
Meeting every Saturday at Artrix during term time - explore & create musical theatre through classes in dance, acting & singing. Ages 6 to 18.
Hosts arts, archaeology and wildlife events at a stunning farmland location. Talks, guided walks, workshops and exhibitions.
Promoting the written & spoken word. Everyone welcome. Come and join us at our pop-up sessions, held at different venues. Listen to speakers and performers from across