Arts in the Hall

Arts in Areley Kings Village Hall

Areley Kings Village Hall is a great venue for a wide range of arts activities. It is exceptionally well equipped. The Main Hall has a sprung wooden floor suitable for dance and fitness activities. There is a large stage that can be lit by a range of professional stage lamps and there is a professional sound system. A powerful projector can be used on a pull down large screen or on any wall of the main hall. There are also two changing rooms with direct access to the stage

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A partnership with Wyre Forest District Council, membership of the rural touring arts scheme SHINDIG and grants from various funders such as the National Lottery and the Elmley Foundation has supported a wide range of amateur and professional arts events and shows in the hall.

For more information on Shindig shows in our area click here

Wyre Forest District Council has facilitated the formation of a samba band, Severn Valley Samba. This is a family friendly group that now has its own instruments and plays at a number of events in the area. The council also runs movement classes for the over 50s called Chance to Dance, with professional teachers from Dancefest.

For WFDC’s latest Arts Bulletin click here

There are a large number of amateur arts groups using Areley Kings Village Hall on a regular basis. These include;

  • Areley Kings Players – a family theatre group producing an annual pantomime
  • Stourport Choral Society – performs a wide range of shows across the region
  • Areley Kings Arts – fundraising shows by local people
  • Whyley Dance – classes throughout the week in street dance, ballet & more

If you are interested in hiring the hall for an arts event or want to attend any of our programmed activities get in touch!

News – we are hoping to start up a Film Club. If you would like to be involved get in touch!

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