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  Arts Centre
Theatre, cafe and library in Old Town...
 
  Arts Centre
Address: Devizes Road, Old Town, Swindon
Tel: 01793 614837
Website: https://swindontheatres.c...
 
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  Storm Warning
One of Britainís most talented and well respected blues bands, offering a distinctive blend of contemporary blues, rock and jazz. If you are into blues and rock you won't want to miss this special gig!
 
  From Here to There
For children aged from 18 months - 4 years. Using rhythm and vocal play, shoe boxes, card and the world of the imagination, two quite independent individuals discover ways to play together and reach each other.
 
  South America comes to Swindon
An international and cultural celebration for all, featuring - harpists, guitarists, a mini orchestra, songs, stories, and dancers.
 
  Mark Thomas Mark Thomas
Award-winning comedian and activist Mark Thomas brings his new show Bravo Figaro to Swindon - WIN TICKETS!
 
  John Renbourn and Robin Williamson
An evening which promises magical music and humorous tales blending Irish harp, guitar and song.
 
  Rachel Harrington
From the crossroads of gospel, folk and bluegrass, Rachel Harrington's songs tell personal and mythical stories from the American West.
 
  Commonweal Piano Festival
The Piano Festival is a celebration of young pianists showing the breadth of talent in Swindon and all performances will be played on a Grand Piano.
 
  Larkin Poe
While flirting with pop and soul music, roots/bluegrass influences remain in sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell's sound.
 
  Skeletons (15)
Rapidly becoming a cult classic, this surreal black comedy stars Ed Gaughan and Andrew Buckley as a mismatched pair of travelling exorcists.
 
  The Secret of Kells
This hand-drawn, water-coloured animation is a visual feast and a cracking yarn for all the family to enjoy!
 
   
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