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Take your seats - Arts for Hungerford is back

As of Thursday, August 26, the Arts for Hungerford programme will be up and running again with a great programme of live music, film, theatre and spoken word events at Croft Hall, Hungerford.

The season starts on Thursday night when they welcome back singer and songwriter extraordinaire Jack Lukeman, who has managed to squeeze in a gig at The Croft between two gigs supporting the legendary Jools Holland. It’s sure to be a great upbeat night, a perfect way to start the season. Tickets are limited to 70 and the layout will be in a friendly café style, so book early.

Two musicians Arts for Hungerford have hosted have gained significant accolades in the past year. Singer Elles Bailey won the 2021 UK Blues Federation Musician of the Year Award and oboist Ewan Millar was a finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition. Both have performed many times for Arts for Hungerford - testament to the quality of acts that this Community Interest Company, run entirely by volunteers - brings to the town.

Jack Lukeman
Jack Lukeman

Hungerford Film (previously Croft Films) starts again on September 17 with the mesmerising historical romantic drama, Portrait of a Lady on Fire. More music and spoken word events will follow.

Email marketing@artsforhungerford.com to be added to their mailing list.

Tickets for events are available at ArtsForHungerford.com

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