Salisbury Arts Centre is a little bit different to your average arts venue. For a start we are housed in a deconsecrated church building with a crypt for a pottery studio!
Here's a quick introduction to our weird and wonderful spaces.
If you're visiting us with a performance and want a more technical guide to our spaces, download our technical specifications here.
If you're interested in hiring one of our spaces you can download the Venue Hire Pack here.
Based in the nave of the church building, the Main Space can be curtained off to give a black box performance area or opened up as a colourful and unique space. Sometimes you'll see it with theatre style seating and others there won't be a seat in sight. You may even catch it with round tables and chairs.
Our exhibition space at the entrance of the building hosts regularly changing visual arts and craft exhibitions, which extend into the cafe area over the altar stage.
White Room Studio
The White Room studio is a bright airy performance and workshop space, primarily used for family and small-scale performances, workshops and meetings. It has raked theatre style seating for performances or can be left as an open space with plenty of room for dancing!
Situated on the first floor, the media space is tech heaven complete with Mac Suite.
Next door to the media space, the art room is a glorious room where mess is welcome! Regularly used for children's arts and craft workshops, the room is no stranger to paint splatters.
Housed in the old crypt, Salisbury Arts Centre's pottery studio is home to resident ceramicist Mirka Golden-Hann and a whole host of pottery workshops for all ages.