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All reviews great night dire straits great atmosphere well stocked bar perfect size haven t great acts tribute acts at reasonable prices last night friendly staff all ages panto stage performance venue theatre
Another brilliant show from the ELO tribute band (second time) the reproduction of ELO music was superb, as a great fan of ELO to have a group as good as this at a great venue with excellent acoustics made for a superb evening. Well done...More
We went here to see the Fureys. After booking tickets we found out they were appearing in our local theatre. Nonetheless we thoroughly enjoyed it. We always book end of aisle seats and had a good view. My only gripe was there was no ice...More
Visited here for the 1st time to see Tom Allen. Lovely small intimate theatre with really friendly staff.
Tom Allen was extremely funny and strangely endearing.
Definitely recommend you should visit the arts centre and if Tom Allen is performing near you grab yourself some...More
This is the second time visiting the Arts Centre for a comedy event and once again it doesn't disappoint. The intimate atmosphere makes any show a huge success.
We saw John Richardson a couple of years ago, but last night we watched Tom Allen and...More
I often have lunch here on a Friday if I’m not working with my eldest daughter and my wife. It is a delightful place for a light lunch with a wide selection ranging from toasted tea cakes to soup and a roll with plenty of...More
We visited to see "Aladdin" in Late December and had a great time. The family, to young boys, nine and ten, as well as three adults thoroughly enjoyed a professional performance and staff service excellent.
We took the grandchildren to see Aladdin and his Amazing Magic Lamp. The show was excellent for all ages and had us all laughing. The cast was very profession and with young stars from the Lisa Mason School of Dance.
I go to the Haverhill Arts Centre 12-15 times a year (possibly more). They have top comedians like Seann Walsh, Jon Richardson, Stephen K Amos, Jo Brand and many more of that calibre. Great musicians like John Illsley (Dire Straits), Martin Turner (Wishbone Ash), Andy...More