June Highlights

Published on 29th May 2023

Brewery Arts is gearing up for the summer with fresh events and activities, in our venues and in our spacious garden and terraces.

Music highlights in June include Rozi Plain of This Is The Kit who is touring an acclaimed new album, and Jah Wobble, a founding member of Public Image Ltd (PiL). We also have a host of comedy, cinema and workshops for all ages, plus tasty new additions to our food and drink menus in the Bar & Restaurant.

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Live Music

Rozi Plain

Rozi Plain

Saturday 3 June | Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £13.50 | Support Anne-Marie Sanderson | Theatre

Rozi Plain is a phenomenal contemporary folk-rock musician and member of This Is the Kit. She has toured with the likes of Devendra Banhart and KT Tunstall and is renowned as a relentless and magnetic touring musician. Get ready to witness Rozi Plain’s impressive live performance at Brewery Arts.

Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart

Saturday 3 June | Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £22.50 | Malt Room Standing

Combining global music, reggae, fusion and punk influences, Jah Wobble has entranced the world with his hypnotic bass riffs for over four decades. Accompanied by his band, Invaders of the Heart, Jah Wobble is reborn as defiant as ever with a brand-new UK tour.


Hal Cruttenden

Hal Cruttenden: It’s Best You Hear It From Me

Friday 16 June | Starts 8pm | Tickets £20 | Theatre | Age Guidance 14+ yrs

Hal Cruttenden is one of the country’s best loved stand ups with appearances on various tv shows over the years. Now, the fickle finger of fate has turned Hal’s life upside down after his 21-year marriage resulted in divorce, and, instead of going to therapy, he made a brand-new show about it.


Kendal Mountain Tour

Kendal Mountain Tour 2023: Adventure Film Collection 2

Thursday 29 June | Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £13 | Conc. £9 | Guest Speaker Will Renwick | Theatre | Age Guidance 12+

Watch a selection of award-winning films, from high-altitude adventure to cinematically beautiful tales, showcasing wilderness and adventure travel from across the globe. Will Renwick will share his incredible personal story about becoming the first person to run all 189 of Wales’ mountains in one trip.

Creative Learning

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Enjoy brand-new summer activities and family sessions at Brewery Arts, including Brewery Tots; a new series of classes for children under 4 to enjoy with their grown-ups, featuring Mini Movers, Mini Movies and Mini Mess Makers!

Other exciting additions to our June programme include Family Fridays: Printmaking, Photography Special: Cyanotype (Sun Prints), and Write a Stage Monologue in a Day.


Inspiring Creativity

Inspiring Creativity

28 April-8 July | Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm | Free | Foyer Gallery & Sugar Store Gallery

Each exhibiting artist in this exhibition is a talented tutor at Brewery Arts, showcasing the varied scope of artistic methods taught in different Creative Learning classes at our venue. Exhibited pieces include intricate papercraft sculptures, pottery and 3D printing, photography and darkroom experimentation, watercolour painting, and tetrapak prints.

Cinema & Stage On Screen


Witness Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s hilarious, award-winning, one-woman National Theatre Live performance of Fleabag, or, watch two men fight to become the next American president in National Theatre Live’s Best of Enemies, and immerse yourself in The Royal Opera’s energetic staging of a Bosch-inspired universe with medieval superstition during Il Trovatore.

Experience life under the sea during the highly anticipated blockbuster, The Little Mermaid, or seek thrills throughout Fast X, the tenth film in the Fast & Furious Saga starring Vin Diesel and Jason Mamoa.

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