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Arts, Culture and Creative Industries
Eastleigh Borough offers the community and its
visitors access to high quality professional arts, award-winning
cultural facilities, and one of the best outreach and creative
learning programmes in the country. There is a wealth of arts and
culture on offer and a wide range of venues, festivals and events
for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Venues of particular interest include Eastleigh's nationally
recognised centre for contemporary dance, theatre and combined arts
at The Point as well
Berry Theatre in Hedge End which presents inspirational work
for children and families.
The borough is also home to the acclaimed jazz venue at
The Concorde Club in
Eastleigh, the regional centre for music at Thornden Hall in Chandler's
Ford, Greyladyes Arts Foundation in
Bursledon and Sea Sky Art in Hamble.
Eastleigh is fast becoming recognised as a regional hub for the
creative industries and there are specialist facilities and
workspaces provided at The Creation Space, The
Sorting Office, Tec Hub
The West Wing Studios.
Cultural and Creative Industries Strategy
Eastleigh's first Cultural Strategy was produced by the Culture
Unit in 2009 and was developed in consultation with partner
organisations, local stakeholders, education providers and the
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Over the life of the first Cultural Strategy
2009-14 the importance of the creative industries sector to the
borough's economic and cultural offer has grown considerably. The
innovative and exciting new Cultural and Creative Industries
Strategy reflects on the delivery of the previous strategy and
presents our ambitions for the future direction of travel for arts,
culture and creative industries in the borough.
If you have any comments or questions related
to the Cultural and Creative Industries Strategy 2015-19 you
can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can write to us at The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh,
Hampshire, SO50 9DE.