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Tickets are available for Jason Buck’s performance of “A Christmas Carol” at The Art House on Saturday, 16th December 2023 at 7pm. The award-winning storyteller will bring this beloved tale to life with humor and chills for audiences of all ages. Doors open at 7pm for a 7:30pm start. Jason Buck’s performances have received rave reviews, with one audience member describing it as “absolutely brilliant.” The event is recommended for adults and families with children aged 9 and above. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the event page [here](https://jabuDec2023.eventbrite.co.uk). Continue reading
The Travelling Talesman is a master storyteller who re-tells dark adventures, supernatural quests, and spooky spells. His performances are captivating, immersive, and thought-provoking, filled with enthusiasm, energy, and humor. He brings the characters to life with gestures, voices, and expressions, keeping the audience engaged and entertained. Through his research, he provides fresh perspectives on classic tales, exploring their various versions, cultural contexts, and contemporary messages. Contrary to the belief that storytelling is only for kids, his shows are recommended for ages 16 and above. Don’t miss the chance to experience his uncanny undertakings on the 21st of October 2023 at The Art House. Tickets are available at [https://tttOct2023.eventbrite.co.uk](https://tttOct2023.eventbrite.co.uk). Continue reading
On Thursday, 21st September 2023 at 7:45 PM, Sarah Twist will be hosting an interactive talk at The Art House. The talk will focus on the process of making fibre and crafting clothes. Sarah, a local fibre enthusiast, will provide information about different fabric types and clothing materials, giving attendees a new perspective on their own clothes.
During the talk, participants will have the opportunity to create their own yarn using locally available fibres. All materials for the workshop will be provided, and attendees can take their creations home with them. If you have severe allergies to specific plants or animals, please inform the organizers when booking, as alternative options may be available.
Additionally, please notify the organizers if you have any pet-hair allergies. For more information and updates, you can visit the Facebook event page [here](https://www.facebook.com/events/667945275274298). Continue reading
Richard Strange will be performing his solo show, “An Accent Waiting To Happen,” at The Art House on Friday, 20th October 2023 at 7:30 PM. This show will feature new tales of his adventures, including songs, film clips, stories, readings, and gossip from his 40+ years in the arts and entertainment world. Richard Strange is a unique and captivating figure in the world of arts and entertainment, known for his work as a musician, actor, and writer. He is the founder of the proto-punk rock band The Doctors of Madness and has collaborated with various artists throughout his career. His life is a testament to the power of creativity and continues to inspire artists everywhere. Tickets for the show can be purchased through the provided link. Continue reading
Moving Voices, Southampton’s longest running open mic event for poetry, song, storytelling, and spoken word, is back with some longer slots for open mic performers. This month’s event will feature special guest Carlton Clements, a singer, songwriter, and poet. Carlton, who grew up in Gloucester, now leads the punk band Weird Unkles and also performs his own heartfelt songs. The event promises to inspire and uplift with a mix of regular performers and newcomers. Performers can sign up between 7 and 7:30pm. The event will be hosted by RKP. Check out the Facebook event for more details. Continue reading
Daisy Chapman and Cat Elliot will be performing at The Art House on 9th September 2023. Daisy Chapman, a singer-songwriter known for her powerful voice and piano skills, has released three albums and her latest masterpiece, “She Took Flight.” She has also toured with the band Crippled Black Phoenix and collaborated with violinist Sue Lord. Cat Elliot, a talented singer and musician, has a passion for storytelling and incorporates her diverse experiences into her music. She released her EP “Through & Through” in 2018. Both artists offer unique and captivating performances that should not be missed. Continue reading
Southampton Pride 2023 will be held on Saturday, August 26th at Guildhall Square. As part of the event, The Art House will be hosting a fringe event showcasing local talent. The event will feature performances by Fragile Lucy, Cat Elliot, Piper Summers, Jayne Ede, Carrie Laythorpe, J Pyrite, Nick Haynes, and RKP. The performances will be hosted by Nicola Beck. The event will also include a gender-neutral clothes swap, a community pantry, and a quiet space for those who need a break from the busyness. All money raised during the event will go towards funding the community pantry. Continue reading
Tickets are available for a cross-genre acoustic night at The Art House in Southampton. The lineup includes folk-punk legend Charlie Smith, indie pop artist Rosie Kate, folk & Americana rockers The Guillotine Union Boys, and Chapman Stick guru Tiniuc. Each artist brings their unique style and talent to the stage. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy a night of diverse acoustic music. Continue reading
Moving Voices is a popular open mic event in Southampton featuring poetry, song, storytelling, and comedy. Performers are asked to keep their performances to about 5 minutes or less. This month’s special guest is D’Kenzion. The event is hosted by RKP and performers are requested to arrive between 7 and 7:30 PM. Continue reading
Colin MacPhail & Mark T Newman – Fingerstyle Fundraiser for our pantry // The Art House // 10.8.2023
Two local acoustic fingerstyle acts will be performing on stage to raise funds for a community pantry. Colin MacPhail, an eclectic guitarist, will showcase his repertoire influenced by various fingerstyle artists. Mark T Newman, a singer-songwriter duo, draws inspiration from the Laurel Canyon troubadours of the seventies. The livestream of the event will be exclusively available to the Patreon community. Colin MacPhail’s diverse musical style encompasses genres such as jazz, classical, folk, pop, blues, and Celtic. The event can be found on Facebook. Continue reading