Bar & Café Events

Information

OPENING HOURS

Mon – Sat | 10am – 8pm (Open until 11pm around performances)

ACCESS INFO

The Bar & Café is located on the ground floor with ramp access from the front or side entrance. There are wheelchair accessible toilets also available on the ground floor and step-free access available to other floors via a lift.

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We’re continuing the creativity across our building with a programme of live events happening in our Bar & Café space this season.

Why not kick back and enjoy a range of entertainment, from live music to monthly quizzes, alongside our evening menu of handmade pizzas and local craft lager or daytime offer of assorted snacks and hot drinks.

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Interested in hosting your event with us?

Contact ronniem@bac.org.uk for further information on Bar & Café programming.

Coming up…

A person reading into a microphone stands in front of a large semicircular window, with audience in front.

Yeah OK! Poetry Night

Workshop: 6-7pm | Event: 7.30-9pm

Writerz and Scribez presents…

Two featured poets will grace the stage every 2nd Thursday of the month, alongside enthusiastic open mic-ers. Our previous line up has included Courtney Conrad, Fahad Al-Amoudi, Jeremiah Brown, and Gabriel Akamo.

 

A singer and guitarist standing on a stage in the bar at BAC, with an audience in front of them

Jam Sandwich

Jam Sandwich is a regular free gig night with live performances from multiple artists.

Watch this space for upcoming dates and line up…

Other events…

Various Dates

Pied Piper: On Tour

The BAC Beatbox Academy are heading on tour as they return to the stage with the 5-star OFFIE award-winning hip-hop musical, Pied Piper. 

2 Aug

The 4 x 4 Dance Championship Final

Impact Dance

The 4 x 4 Dance Championship Final is here! So get ready for a night of full-on competition, vibes and incredible teamwork featuring some of the country’s brightest dance talent!

1 - 19 Oct

Nowhere

Fuel

Inspired by his involvement in the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, actor and activist Khalid Abdalla brings together the personal and the political in an act of anti-biography.