Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre

Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre
Arts & Events | Conferences & Celebrations | Grantham
The Guildhall Arts Centre is a community-centred venue that aims to offer its customers an innovative, stimulating and quality arts experience. The venue hosts a variety of events including films, amateur dramatics and predominantly professional touring theatre productions. The Guildhall also has a range of rooms and a splendid Ballroom, for hire for exhibitions, weddings, parties and meetings. It is run by Cultural Services of South Kesteven District Council.
St Peter's Hill
Grantham
NG31 6PZ
www.guildhallartscentre.com
box1@southkesteven.gov.uk
01476 406158

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St Peter's Hill
Grantham
NG31 6PZ
www.guildhallartscentre.com
box1@southkesteven.gov.uk
01476 406158

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