Arts for Hungerford Events

We have a quality, varied programme for you to enjoy whatever your taste and age.

Remember under 18’s accompanied by an adult are eligible for a free ticket


Fri 25 Jan – The London Haydn Quartet

Buy Tickets In 1799 Haydn was writing his last quartets just as Beethoven was writing his first. Haydn’s Fmajor quartet, written with the humour and eloquence that earned him his reputation as thegreatest composer of quartets, a grand masterpiece full of inspired invention. Beethoven’s B flat major quartet, firmly rooted in the grammar established by… Continue reading →

Sat 26 Jan-The Blue Bishops

Blues but definitely on that rocky edge. Join us for one of our classic cafe format evenings with great music. Over the years The Blue Bishops have built a reputation both for their studio albums and live performances. Acknowledged as one of the best live bands on the circuit, on first seeing them at the Bishopstock… Continue reading →

Sat 23 Feb – Faustus

Benji, Saul and Paul return to give you their unique take on English folk music Faustus last visit to Arts for Hungerford Oct 2016 Video and Photos courtesy of Matt Carter-Bennet Click Here Buy Tickets Faustus us a English tradition folk trio, nominated in the 2009 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, featuring three of the… Continue reading →

Sat 9 Mar -The Songs of Leonard Cohen – Keith James

The Songs of Leonard Cohen These remarkable songs – stripped back, desolate, naked and sensual Enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural, songwriter Leonard Cohen was an unflinching character, with an exact sense of prose, wry humour and courage to wrestle with the unspoken, forgiving human frailty with the stroke of each line. The chilling announcement of… Continue reading →

Sat 20 Apr Classical Young Musicians Concert

Join us for the latest in our series of Classical Young Musicians’ concerts. These events have really gathered momentum over the past two or three years, providing a valuable performance platform for some of the area’s most talented young players. Young Musicians’ evenings typically comprise six soloists, each presenting a short recital; this format, unique… Continue reading →

Fri 31 May – Elles Bailey

They say you get a lifetime to write your first album, and the blink of an eye to make your second. Elles Bailey wins either way, which is why she’s ready to follow the widespread success of Wildfire with the stunningly mature and highly personal synopsis of a year that changed her life in forthcoming… Continue reading →

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