We have recently made changes to our booking system to ensure the safety of all our visitors. See below for our booking policy and please call the box office on 01425 612393 with any queries.
Our new regular Friday music nights are an opportunity to enjoy some of the best of what our region has to offer,from the very local to those from only slightly further afield. With sometimes one, two or three acts on the schedule, and presented in a safe and friendly environment, we hope that you’ll enjoy the company long standing Forest Arts favourites or find something new to love.
This week’s line-up includes…
Three hardy and feisty lasses singing original songs baked with folk and blues, elements of playful obscurity and close harmonies. Lively, rhythmical and at times, positively bizarre... they’ve been fittingly rambunctious at Festivals such as Wilderness, Camp Bestival and Glastonbury.
"Spine tingling close harmonies acapella."Facebook user
"Polly Gone Wrong, you smashed, rocked and blew us away with your powerful soulful voices. You bombastic beauties…stunning sound sirens.”Facebook user
Harry Skinner is a founder member of the UK award winning blues band The Producers and after nearly 30 years of plying his trade as the songwriter and frontman for the band is now branching out as a solo artist. With The Producers, Harry has toured extensively from Japan to Atalanta USA and New Zealand and all points between playing to audiences in every kind of venue. His music has received airplay worldwide and featured on the Paul Jones Radio show on Radio 2 on several occasions.
Harry has recorded music with Andy Fairweather Low, Paul Lamb and Ben Waters as well as performing in shows featuring many of the great Blues artists of our time. With The Producers, Harry has recorded 12 albums of largely original material and with Dave Saunders he has presented three albums of duo performances. 2019 has seen Harry produce his first solo album The Sinner’s List, of which Blues Matters magazine said “if you’re lucky enough to catch him [playing solo], this album would be the perfect memento of a great night.”
Event: Friday 20 November, 7.30pm
Buy tickets for Polly Gone Wrong with Harry Skinner at Hampshire Cultural Trust’s Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
Online purchases are possible for single and double seats only: groups of three and four seats can be purchased by phoning us on 01425 612393. Two, three and four seat groups must belong to the same household or support bubble.
To help keep everyone safe, we’ve made some changes at Forest Arts Centre. We have introduced a number of measures in line with government guidelines to help manage our visitor numbers and ensure we maintain social distancing to protect you, our staff and volunteers. You can find out what we are doing at Forest Arts Centre here. More information is available in our FAQs. Please note that face coverings are required when in the cafe and theatre areas of the centre. Please email email@example.com if you have any enquiries.