• Mark Grist & Tim Clare 'No More Games'

    Mark Grist & Tim Clare 'No More Games'

    Thurs 26 Jan

    The world is in peril. Mark Grist and Tim Clare are dead serious about saving it – or at least describing its demise with a really clever metaphor. With poems about pugs, parenthood and poems written live for the audience, the gloves are off, evildoers. No mor...

  • From Ibiza To The Norfolk Broads

    From Ibiza To The Norfolk Broads

    Fri 3 Feb

    Adrian Berry’s acclaimed sell-out production returns in this tale of a young David Bowie obsessive. Martin is a boy with problems - an illness no-one understands and a head full of sound and vision... 

  • Worry Dolls

    Worry Dolls

    Wed 8 Feb

    Worry Dolls’ music is packed full of sublime harmonies, atop a plethora of varied instruments. Many have seen them performing at Glastonbury Festival, supporting Joan Armatrading on tour, or heard their music played on Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music.

  • The Hut People

    The Hut People

    Wed 22 Feb

    “The only band to have been asked back 8 times consecutively – because they’re so good!”  Swaledale Festival

  • I Am Beast - Sparkle and Dark Theatre

    I Am Beast - Sparkle and Dark Theatre

    Fri 3 Mar

    What happens when the wildest parts of our imagination take control? After the death of her mother, Ellie escapes to a flickering world of comic book superheroes and bewitching strangers. But as the walls of her new world begin to crumble, Ellie must finally f...

  • Skerryvore


    Wed 8 Mar

    Ten years on from their 2005 debut album West Coast Life, the now seven-piece Skerryvore released the aptly celebratory Decade, combining live recordings with new studio material. There’ll even be room for dancing! ‘The hottest Celtic rockers on the block’ -...

  • Chekhov's Shorts

    Chekhov's Shorts

    Wed 22 Mar

    Originally performed in Russian vaudeville theatres, these bittersweet plays are Chekhov at his comic best - before The Seagull got stuffed, Uncle Vanya fired blanks, The Three Sisters started moaning and The Cherry Orchard was ‘car-parked’... 

  • All The Little Lights

    All The Little Lights

    Thurs 13 Apr

    Poignant, moving and darkly funny, this award-winning new play tells the searing story of three girls slipping through the cracks in society. In a world where nobody wants you, what would you do to survive? 


  • 2017 Poet Laureate Competition

    Posted on 06 Jan 2017

    Would you like to be Stamford's next Poet Laureate? For this role, you will be required to write a f...

  • Stamford Youth Theatre Starts Soon!

    Posted on 05 Jan 2017

    Stamford Junior and Senior Youth Theatre groups start their new terms the week beginning Mon 9 Janua...

  • Have Your Say!

    Posted on 06 Dec 2016

    Love Stamford Arts Centre and want to be an important part of improving what we do and how we do it?...


Local Events

RAF Bands Charity Concert

Sat 25 Feb

Come see the RAF Band perform their charity concert at the Peterbrough Cathederal on the 25th of Feb...
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  • Food and Drink

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Events at other venues

Stamford Arts Centre sells tickets for arts events on behalf of other venues in the surrounding area.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Various dates in June & July

Tolethorpe Hall

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