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Stratford arts House
Stratford-upon-Avon Town Trust
Tel : +44 01789 207100
The Civic Hall offers a full programme of arts and entertainment events and shows throughout the year, and is also available to hire for a wide range of other activities.
This beautiful purpose built octagonal hall with its attractive Scandinavian pine ceiling is fully air conditioned and has first class lighting and sound facilities. It has tiered seating providing for 476 theatre style, and for 350 for dinner dances.
There is a comfortable lounge bar which is open for light snacks and lunches Monday to Saturday.
There is easy access to all parts of the building, and disabled people are well provided for.
Stratford arts House facilities include:
Stratford arts House accessibility includes:
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