Our Vision: Arts for Life

Our Vision

To promote well-being through Arts for Life.

The Arts are good for you. Engagement in arts activity (as participant or spectator) is proven to
be beneficial for personal health and wellbeing, social cohesion, and community development.

Our Mission

To engage, inspire and create.

We focus on high-quality arts activities that touch the lives of as many people as possible, of all ages and backgrounds.

Our Five Aims

Our Ten Objectives

To create a dynamic and varied high quality programme of exceptional professional and
community productions, events and activities.

To welcome everyone regardless of social background or access requirements and through
what we do and how we do it promote wellbeing, community cohesion and active citizenship.

To develop relevant inclusive projects for and in partnership with marginalised and vulnerable
groups

To support local community and amateur groups through offering affordable rates for the hire
of our spaces, encouraging these groups to engage with the wider programme.

To establish the Albany as a creative hub and artistic incubator for emerging talent.

To provide opportunities for local people to engage with the theatre as volunteers, supporting
individual growth and development.

To be a Centre of Excellence for vocational training.

To make a positive contribution to the protection of the environment.

To grow our organisational capacity and financial resilience to establish and maintain the
Albany in its redeveloped building.

To raise our profile.

Our Five Values

Our five values have been developed by our staff and volunteers to reflect what is important to us and the culture we want to nurture.

What's On?

GreenMatthews' Midwinter Revels
A Christmas Carol
Dick Whittington
Strictly Sherlock
ACDC Experience
C.A.T.S Dance: Nostalgia
West End Camp 2022
The Legends of American Country Show
Dear Zoo
how to live a jellicle life: life lessons from the 2019 hit movie musical 'cats'
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
HIP HIP I'M GAY!
The Invisible Mam
Special Kinda Madness
Buddy Holly Lives
Gordon Buchanan - 30 Years In The Wild - The Anniversary Tour
80s Live
So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs?
The Wind in the Willows
Giovanni - This is Me
Ireland the Show
Jive Talkin'
Patti Boulaye - Aretha and Me
Mary Rose
Big Girls Don't Cry
Jasper Carrott's Stand Up and Rock
Lost in Music
Dinosaur Adventure Live
Ian & Vincent - Ballroom Boys Act Two
Rapunzel
Terry Deary's True Ghost Stories
YOG Barnum
Twirlywoos
Cloudbusting - The Music of Kate Bush
Kendal Mountain Tour 2022
Paul Merton’s Impro Chums
The ELO Show
The Dublin Legends – Live in Concert
Vincent Simone - Tango Passions
That'll Be The Day - 35th Anniversary Tour
Martin Bayfield's Rugby Legends
The World Famous Elvis Show 2022
The Mersey Beatles 2022
Fairytale of New York 2022

Latest News

Dive into our brand new season of exciting events for all the family! View our autumn/winter season brochure here...
The Albany Theatre in Coventry is thrilled to invite young people aged between 11 and 25 to complete their Bronze Arts Award this August. Participants will learn invaluable skills from industry professionals, take part in performance workshops and gain a recognised level 1 Arts qualification.
Albany Theatre Productions is thrilled to announce that they have now recruited the production team for the Albany’s first ever in-house pantomime, Dick Whittington.
Featuring four first-rate home-grown acts: The Hanksters, Nunc, Under The Influence, and Dave Fry.

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