Category: What’s On
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December 1, 2021

Winter Festival Cancelled

If you’ve been into Blyth since Friday you might have noticed our building sustained some damage to the roof during Storm Arwen, like … “Winter Festival Cancelled”

November 22, 2021

Headway Arts Winter Festival 2021

Our Winter Festival starts on Monday 29th November – click here to read more about what we’ve got coming up!   Update: Headway Arts … “Headway Arts Winter Festival 2021”

October 19, 2021

Hold Your Peace Podcast Release

​Hold Your Peace was a Heritage Lottery funded performance piece set in the summer 1919 during preparations for a ‘Peace Tea’. Unfortunately, and … “Hold Your Peace Podcast Release”

September 27, 2021

COME ON DOWN 2021!

We are playing it safe and going online this year with a super exciting Come On Down 2021. I get to be a … “COME ON DOWN 2021!”

July 7, 2021

ENERGIES: Blyth’s Industrial Pasts and Energy Futures

ENERGIES is a new exhibition which features work by nine regional artists to explore how industrial change is affecting Blyth. Work by artists … “ENERGIES: Blyth’s Industrial Pasts and Energy Futures”

May 20, 2021

AGM 2021

Join us online on Tuesday 17th August at 2pm for our Annual General Meeting and Review of the Year (2020-21). You can register … “AGM 2021”

March 31, 2021

Feel Good Guide

Our Releasing Potential group will be sharing their Feel Good Guide on our Facebook page from 11.30am on Thursday 1st April 2021.   … “Feel Good Guide”

March 24, 2021

Spring Share: Here Comes The Sun

Join us online for the Stars’ spring share – we’ll be streaming via our Facebook page (no account necessary), details below.   Wednesday … “Spring Share: Here Comes The Sun”

December 9, 2020

Midwinter Festival 2020

THURSDAY 17TH DEC 2020 A midwinter sharing of joyful dance, heartwarming stories and a little light in the darkness – streamed live & … “Midwinter Festival 2020”

August 4, 2020

Counting The Lights in the Darkness

Our Headway Arts community have been connected and co-creating together every day from the very first day in lockdown. Anticipating lockdown Headway Arts … “Counting The Lights in the Darkness”

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of all our funders which currently includes:

  • Arts Council England
  • Blyth Town Council
  • Community Foundation
  • Edward Gostling Foundation – RW Mann Trust – Shears Foundation
  • Erasmus+
  • Great Northumberland
  • Hadrian Trust – High Sheriff of Northumberland – Rothley Trust
  • Heritage Fund
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • Northumberland County Council
  • Postcode Community Trust
  • Sir James Knott Trust
  • The 1989 Willan Trust – Wellesley Trust
  • the Coalfields Regeneration Trust