Who We Are
Warwick Arts Centre is one of the best venues for contemporary performing and visual arts in the UK, and one of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK welcoming more than 250,000 people to a huge variety of performances and exhibitions every year.
Set in the heart of the main campus at the University of Warwick, Warwick Arts Centre offers an exceptional contemporary programme, presenting world class national and international contemporary artists alongside emerging regional artists. This programme, together with a strong arts education programme focussing on children and young people, enriches lives, and makes excellent art available to the widest audience possible.
As part of the University of Warwick, we have charitable status as an exempt charity*. The financial support of individuals, companies, and trusts and foundations is vital for us to continue to present a distinctive artistic programme of high-quality, to take risks, to innovate and to engage people with art that inspires, excites, challenges and delights.
Through the support of individuals, companies and trusts we are able to achieve the following:
• Over 250,000 attendees at performances each year
• 15,500 young people engaged in our Education programme annually.
• 38 years of bringing amazing art to the region
• Over 800 education and outreach sessions with young people each year
• Around 500 live performances every year
• Nearly 800 film screenings a year.
How You Help
Every time you come to an event you are helping to secure the future of Warwick Arts Centre. There are many more ways that you can support us. For further information please click the links below and on the right-hand side of this page.
Director of Warwick Arts Centre
For information about how to make a donation please contact Charlotte Wilkes or call 024 7615 1378
*Certain charities are ‘exempt’ from Charity Commission supervision because they are considered to be adequately supervised by, or accountable to, another authority. Although not subject to Charity Commission jurisdiction, an exempt charity is subject to the legal rules generally applicable to charities.