Stevenage Symphony Orchestra

An amateur orchestra based in Stevenage who perform 3-4 concerts a year at venues across Hertfordshire.
New players welcome.

Stevenage Ladies Choir

Repertoire includes classical and light music, including selections from many musicals

Stevenage Locomotive Society

Holds monthly meetings at the Community Arts Centre with exhibitions and speakers from across the country

Stevenage Choral Society

A mixed voice choir of about 90 members of all ages. Performs 3-4 concerts a year. New members welcome

Stevenage Lytton Players

Specialise in both musical theatre and drama productions. Also has an extremely strong and active youth theatre.

Stevenage Male Voice Choir

The choir gives about 12 concerts a year at venues ranging from OAP homes to the Gordon Craig Theatre

Stevenage Underwater Photography Society

A group of qualified sports divers who share a common interest in photography.
Meets each month at Community Arts Centre.


The Arts in Stevenage

The Stevenage Arts Guild was founded in the 1950's to encourage, to sustain and to co-ordinate the artistic endevours of the people of Stevenage.

The Arts Guild has a wide range of members -from the performing arts, choirs and orchestras to floral arts, photographic societies and locomotive societies.

This web site aims to provide information on the services that the Arts Guild provides and listings of events and contact details for the various groups.

More details of all the arts guild member groups are available on the Activities page.


Welcome Back to 2023

After the challenges of Covid-19, the Arts Guild is delighted that the Community Arts Centre is now fully open for lettings, and our member groups with full programmes of activities.

See the full list of member groups here under the "Activities" menu above.  From there you can find links to the websites for the various groups with details of how to get involved.


What's On

The latest information on events from the Arts Guild groups can be found on their websites - which are listed under Activities menu above.

See complete events listings

2023 Arts Guild Talented Young People Awards
Open for Applications

Do you have an ambition to develop, study or work in music, dance, arts etc - are living or educated in Stevenage - and aged between 12 and 24 years old?

The Stevenage Arts Guild Talented Young Peoples awards aims to recognise your achievement and help towards the cost of your development and training.

Full details of eligibility and application forms are available here

Closing date 12 May 2023

Arts Guild Award winner
Daniel's US Debut

Young musician, Daniel Garvin, who received one of the 2018 Arts Guild Talented Young People awards, was delighted to be selected, as the only UK musician, to play in the 'High School Honours Instrumental Performance' at the Carnegie Hall in New York.

See photos of Daniel's performance here

Edward Gordon Craig - 50 Years On

Who is Gordon Craig Logo

Our theatre is named after him… but who was Edward Gordon Craig?

50 years after his death, Stevenage Arts Guild, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, created a series of exhibitions and events throughout to celebrated the life and work of the town’s forgotten son who became a radical and visionary theatrical pioneer of the "art of theatre".


To learn more, visit the website that was created with information on the man and his work and videos from leading academics and people who worked alongside Craig

Arts Centre Hire

The Stevenage Community Arts Centre is available once more for hire to individuals or organisations.

See here for more details.


2022/23 committee meeting dates available here

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