Quay Arts: Check out their fantastic new season of events

The new season of events at Quay Arts in Newport is fantastic and offers something for everyone, whatever your taste in music, art, film and comedy.


Quay Arts Centre in Newport, Isle of Wight launches their new season of events this weekend (don’t miss the all day 40th anniversary celebrations on Sunday).

The new season features a massive range of events from free Saturday morning and afternoon Picture Shows to world-class live music, including Sunday morning recitals in The West Gallery.

There’s theatre, comedy, talks and lectures, a huge number of workshops (both music and art) at Jubilee Stores and so much more.

There really is something for everyone, whatever your taste in music or art.

Find out more
Make sure you check our listings on Events OnTheWight for Quay Arts and Jubilee Stores.

Quay Arts also boasts new opening times (9am-11pm every day except Sundays, 10am-11pm).

Saturday, 1st October, 2016 2:47pm


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This is sounding really exciting!
Looks like the draw and accessibility of the place is going to go through the roof.

I went there for a couple of hours today, and wasn’t disappointed! It was a lovely buzzing atmosphere, (and still going on till 11pm). This is obviously going to be a ‘hey day’ era for Quay Arts, with Paul Armfield behind it. He was dishing out the main part of a delicious Moroccan meal, (with tasty vegan option), and then self serve from quite a number of… Read more »
There’s a variety of reasons why I don’t necessarily take to attending classical music events in concert halls. None of those reservations apply at Quay Arts. Last Sunday morning’s cello recital was informally staged in a gallery, a perfect, light and airy but intimate setting for James Halsey’s bringing us Bach. Amazingly, £5 a seat to be within a few feet of a brilliant player. He’s returning,… Read more »
steve stubbings

Well said, Nico.
Paul Armfield has settled into this role with considerable aplomb.


The BBC Young Musician 2014, Martin James Bartlett, is coming November 12th, booking now.

I remember being spellbound listening to that performance on the radio, and his career has really taken off since then, with all sorts of high profile stuff.

Can’t believe he’s coming here! Catch him while we can.


Pianist, btw :)