Arts in Redditch


Redditch U3A

(University of the Third Age)

 is part of a national and international voluntary learning co-operative whose aim is to encourage lifelong learning for mature people.

Digital Photography group Monday a.m. Usually first Monday in month

Book group Monday a.m.  4th Monday each month

Church Visits group Friday a.m. 4th Friday of each month.

Computer Users group Wednesday a.m. 2nd Wednesday of each month

Concerts Group  Occasional Ethnic Eating group  Variable days

Exploring Science group Friday a.m. 3rd Friday of each month

Family History Wednesday p.m.2nd Wed of month

French Monday a.m. Fortnightly

Lacemaking Tuesday p.m. 2nd Tuesday each month

Latin Study group Tuesday p.m. 2nd Tuesday of each month

Life Writing group Thursday p.m.  3rd Thursday each month

Music in Our Time Monday p.m.  2nd Monday each month

Play Reading group Tuesday p.m. 4th Tuesday each month

Poetry group Thursday p.m.  2nd Thursday each month

Rambling group Wednesday a.m. 1st Wednesday each month

Shakespeare short course Wednesday occasionally

Theatre Visits group  Variable days

Current Activities

For further information click here to visit the U3A Redditch website

And new

Art Appreciation

3rd Monday of the month at 10.00am


Grants available for new arts initiatives!

Find out here how to become a member and help us achieve our aims

Our Mission

 Arts in Redditch will work to enable increased access to and participation in, all forms of creative activity in Redditch and the surrounding area.

Our current projects (click on paragraph for more details)

Twice yearly “pop up” galleries of local artists’ work in Kingfisher Shopping Centre

Fortnightly English Country Dancing sessions at Oakenshaw Community Centre

Managing the Bertie Crewe Gallery at The Palace Theatre

Working with Parishioners to make St Stephens’ Church a vibrant arts and community centre.  More on this to come soon

Grants Membership

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