Fantastic sounds this February at Kettering Arts Centre, plus a wonderfully varied March

After the success of the opening launch of our new Comedy Club Nights; Rolling in the Aisles, with an exciting mixed bill of national names, the Club will return on March 21st, with headliner Nick Doody at the top of the bill. Joining him will be Mark Palmer and Sajeela Kershi and the evening will once again be compered by our very own Nick Wills.  Tickets are just £9 (£7 concessions) and they are available on the door, or in advance from Waterstones or online here

ThreadedBut before then, lots of great stuff..!

On 28th February we will be showcasing some wonderful new music by talented young artists, Threaded. Having blown away the audience at a recent Potbelly festival they are back with their own show, ably supported by local talent, Phoebe Louise and the Abrahams. Come and enjoy a night of quality music at just £7 (£5 concessions) (available as above).

On 7th March we are hosting the Masquerade Choir at 7pm, presented by Kettering Lions Club, in aid of their many worthwhile charities. Tickets are £8 (children under 12 FREE) available from Waterstones.

Then on March 14th its the return of our favourite young vibrant theatre troupe the Pantaloons, this time bringing their unique, funny, creative and very entertaining take on Dicken’s Bleak House.bleaksquare

“Enjoyable, exciting and incredibly funny… truly wonderful.” * * * * * (Buzz Magazine)

“A down-to-earth and honestly hilarious adaptation… They’ve restored my faith in theatre.” (

Tickets are £10 (£9 concessions) available from Waterstones and here

And an advance notice that here at the arts centre we will be supporting KettFest, a town wide festival of talent and creativity on 6th/7th of June with an exciting programme of events here during the weekend.


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