Festival of Mental Health & Wellbeing
When? 8th-14th October
It is with absolute pleasure that we welcome you to The Arts Centre, Hounslow's very first FESTIVAL SEASON.
This exciting week will mark the start of the centres new life as a festival theatre. We are incredibly excited to invite you on a journey of exploration as our first festival tackles the subject of Mental Health & Wellbeing.
Tale Be Told Theatre
Ella Mesma Dance Company
Middle Child Theatre
Tangram Theatre Company
Lion House Theatre
FREE 60+ CINEMA
60+ Happy and Healthy in Hounslow, London Borough of Hounslow and The Arts Centre, Hounslow have teamed up to offer a season of intimate cinema screening free for all LBH residents aged 60 or over. Patrons can attend at no cost and are allowed to bring up to 4 guests of any age also at no cost.
ALL PATRONS ARE REQUIRED TO GIVE THEIR FULL NAME, EMAIL, TEL & HOME ADDRESS FOR VERIFICATION AND REPORTING PURPOSES. THESE DETAILS WILL NOT BE SHARED WITH AN OTHER PARTIES OR USED FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE.
All Screenings start at 11am
Friday 19th Oct - Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Wednesday 24th Oct - The Kings Speech
Friday 2nd Nov - The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Wednesday 7th Nov - The Polar Express
Friday 16th Nov - War Horse
Weds 16th Jan - Romeo and Juliet
Friday 25th Jan - Calendar Girls
Weds 30th Jan - Shakespeare in Love
When? Saturdays 9.30am-12pm during Term Time
Where? All classes and performances are held in the Paul Robeson Theatre at The Arts Centre, Hounslow
We provide a unique environment for performance based learning. We run three terms per year on a Saturday and offer quality training in acting. All our tutors are industry professionals who nurture and help develop every individual’s confidence and performance skills.
This term the youth theatre are working towards a production of Animal Farm. Click the Link Below for tickets.
Robin Hood the Pantomime - Coming December 2018
This December The Arts Centre, Hounslow in association with Ashby & Ryder Pantomimes are proud to present Robin Hood. Join the legendary tights-wearing hero for a swashbuckling, arrow-slinging comedy adventure!
Robin Hood, the prince of thieves is on a mission with his merry band of men to get robbin’ the rich to feed the poor. Along the way he meets fair Maid Marion and they must undertake a quest to save the poor people of Hounslow from the evil Prince John who is plotting to steal the crown. Will they save the day?
Our 2017 pantomime promises to be packed full of laugh-out-loud comedy routines, show-stopping songs and heaps of audience participation. And remember, why did Robin steal from the rich?.......Because the poor didn’t have anything worth stealing.
Animal FarmYouth Theatre Production
When? 24th November at 6pm
Duration? TBC (1-2 hours)
A talented team of 7-18 year olds work on-stage and backstage to present one of the greatest stories of the 20th century. Manor Farm has fallen on hard times under the ownership of spiteful drunken farmer, Mr Jones. Tired of the hard life under human rule, the starving animals drive their wicked master off the land.
The sun rises on the reborn ‘Animal Farm’, a perfect home for those who walk on trotters, hooves or webbed feet. “All animals are equal” – everyone gets an equal share of food for an equal share of work. Life is good, and pleasures are plenty.
But it isn’t long before the pigs take charge and things start to turn sour. While all animals are equal, some are more equal than others. Will the farm revolt again? George Orwell’s Animal Farm has gripped readers since it was first published in 1945, but is rarely seen on stage. This unflinching exploration of personal freedom bursts into life in a new production by the LCPA Youth Theatre, following their production of Grimms Tales (Summer 2018).