What’s On at the NAC

The NAC Wolverhampton boasts one of the best small venue facilities in the midlands, check out the latest events, shows and exhibitions at the Newhampton Arts Centre. For regular classes see our Classes Page.
Out of Time (5th Anniversary)

Out of Time (5th Anniversary)

Date: 18/05/2019 to 18/05/2019


It’s time to celebrate Out of Time number 28 aka our 5th Anniversary. All the cool sounds brought to you by resident DJ’s Sean Chapman and Glyn Preece plus two killer guest DJ’s Bill Kealy and Rob Coulman. £7 in advance Admission – £9 on the door (please be advised the tickets are expected to

Central Youth Theatre presents Running Between the Lines

Central Youth Theatre presents Running Between the Lines

Date: 21/05/2019 to 21/05/2019


The play follows the story of Richard Paddington. He’s just been dumped, his business is failing and life hits rock bottom. So he signs up to run the London Marathon in a bid to win his Ex-girlfriend back. Little does he know, that through the pains of his marathon training, pains from his past will

Youth Folk Sampler Day

Youth Folk Sampler Day

Date: 25/05/2019 to 25/05/2019


Aged 14–18 yrs on 1 Sept 2019? Play an instrument confidently? Want to take part in an inspiring day? Sign up for a FREE place at this Sampler Day with the National Youth Folk Ensemble. Explore English folk music, learn from inspiring tutors and play with other young musicians from the area. Take part in

Gaz Coombes

Gaz Coombes

Date: 29/05/2019 to 29/05/2019


Seventeen years in the same band, and you can start to forget things. Gaz Coombes is recovering a feeling – the moment you first realise that music can give you goose-bumps, make your hair stand on end. He got it aged fourteen, and he’s getting it again now. It was a “new emotion,” he recalls.

Another Sky

Another Sky

Showing: 31/05/2019 to 31/05/2019


When you listen to Another Sky, it’s probably Catrin Vincent’s voice that’ll catch your attention first. It is a weapon –peculiar, androgynous, lurching and defiant –that she wields to beautiful, evocative effect. When Guardian music critic Caroline Sullivan saw the band perform at The Great Escape this year, she tweeted, “I’m almost dumbstruck by the

FRED JEFFS: THE SWEETSHOP MURDER

FRED JEFFS: THE SWEETSHOP MURDER

Showing: 08/06/2019 to 08/06/2019


FRED JEFFS: THE SWEETSHOP MURDER By Graeme Rose On Good Friday 1957, Quinton sweetshop owner Fred Jeffs was murdered. Over 60 years later the case remains unsolved. Writer, performer and great nephew of Fred Jeffs, Graeme Rose, has been investigating Fred’s untimely death – interviewing people who remember the murder and looking at its impact