Launching into Spring at The Mill

Join us at The Mill this January as we launch straight into our brand new Spring Season! There’s a fantastic programme of live events, classes and workshops to look forward to at your local arts centre.

Learn a new creative skill with our Spring term of Classes & Workshops, starting this month! With classes in jewellery making, yoga, creative writing, watercolours and so much more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

2022 also kicks off with a stellar line-up of live performances. Soul Kinda Wonderful (15th January) combines The Drifters’ greatest hits along with other classic Motown and Soul favourites from artists  such as The Four Tops and The Temptations. Soul and Motown at its very best!

Taskmaster survivor and multi-award-winner Mark Watson attempts to cram a couple of years of pathological overthinking into an evening of stand-up with Mark Watson: This Can’t Be (20th January). ★★★★★ (Telegraph) and ★★★★ (Times, Independent, Metro, Time Out, Chortle).

Based on the bone-chilling works of Bram Stoker, Dracula’s Guest (21st January) takes you into the dark heart of Victorian horror to reveal the very meaning of terror and the consequences of collective evil and personal spite.

Fans of Rod Stewart or Shirley Bassey will love The Rod Stewart Songbook (22nd January) and The Girl From Tiger Bay: The Dame Shirley Bassey Story (28th January)! Don’t miss these spectacular performances telling the stories of these legendary artists through their music.

For younger audiences, make sure to book for Lyngo Theatre’s The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio (29th January). One of the best loved classics for children comes to life (literally) as Patrick Lynch from CBeebies pulls all the strings and turns all the pages to bring you the true story of Pinocchio (recommended for ages 5+).

Meanwhile for grown-ups only, Bumper Blyton (29th January) is a riotous improvised parody chock full of innuendo and lashings of puns, in the style of the Nation’s favourite author, Enid Blyton!

Oxford’s much-toured four-piece band, Moonrakers (30th January) give a full concert of songs and tunes from the English, Irish and Scottish tradition as well as their own compositions. Intermediate players of all acoustic instruments can also join the band for a whole-day workshop!

Full details of our programme are available at www.themillartscentre.co.uk. Tickets can be purchased online, in person at our Box Office, and by contacting our Box Office team on 01295 279002.

The Mill is open 9:30am-6pm Monday-Saturday. Hot and cold drinks and light refreshments are available from the Café Bar, with indoor, outdoor and takeaway options.

All information is correct at time of writing. Please note that all events will be subject to our ability to comply with prevailing COVID-19 restrictions and industry best practice.

Please see www.themillartscentre.co.uk for the most up-to-date information.