We are celebrating our 40th anniversary! Cranleigh Arts’ mission is “to enrich, entertain and inspire our community” and over the last four decades we have done just that, bringing a fantastic array of arts and entertainment to Cranleigh.
Founded in the 1970s, we are celebrating in true 70s style with the Supersonic 70s Show. The event is a fundraiser in support of Cranleigh Arts (registered charity no. 284186). Tickets include a meal and a complimentary drink, so come on down on Saturday 18 May, 7pm and join the party!
From our modest beginnings 40 years ago, Cranleigh Arts now has 40,000 customer visits a year hosted by 100+ volunteers and is a thriving cultural and entertainment hub. We offer outstanding live performances as well as event cinema, film and a huge range of community and arts activities. As a not-for-profit charity we need your support to continue bringing high quality acts and arts activities to the local stage.
The team are passionate about arts provision in the local community, championing local talent alongside artists from the national and international arena. Over the years we have welcomed many household names to our stage, including David Gower, Jo Brand, Jack Dee, Rick Wakeman and Shappi Khorsandi, as well as Arts Centre Patrons Paul Jones and Julie Walters.
So join the party on Saturday 18 May, 7pm and help celebrate the fantastic success that is Cranleigh Arts!