About Saltburn Arts
Saltburn Community Arts Association Ltd (SCAA Ltd) provides artistic and educational opportunities for the people of Saltburn-by-the-Sea and the surrounding area.
Saltburn Arts is established as a charitable trust run by volunteers to organise events with an emphasis on arts, education, drama and history. Many groups make use of the range of facilities at the centre which are also available for hire to individuals.
The theatre has wheelchair access.
Registered charity number 1113704
Saltburn Community & Arts Association’s stated objective is:
To promote, maintain, improve and advance education by the encouragement of the arts, including the arts of drama, mime, singing and music. To promote the benefits of the inhabitants of Saltburn-By-The Sea and the neighbourhood by encouraging interest in the arts and artistic activity in the area.
Room And Venue Hire
With 3 separate spaces available for individual hire Saltburn Community and Arts Association is the ideal place to host your event be it large or small. From the Coffee Room to the 150 people capacity Theatre you are sure to find your ideal venue with us. We have full disabled access, toilets and baby changing facilities, tables and chairs, gallery space, fully fitted kitchen, bar, projector and much more.
To find out more or to make a booking please contact us
The Theatre’s maximum capacity is 150 people. The facilities include: Seating for 150 people including 4 wheelchairs, Toilet Facilities including Disabled Toilet
The Coffee Room’s maximum capacity is for 40 people. The facilities include: Chairs, Tables, and Toilet Facilities
The Hall’s maximum capacity is 120 people. The facilities include: Chairs, Tables, Toilet Facilities including Disabled Toilet
53 Drama Group
The Saltburn ‘53 Drama Group has introduced the opportunity for local people to perform since 1953. Including drama from the simple one act play to Shakespearean productions and musicals, the ’53 produces more and more successes every year.
The ‘53 presents a pantomime in January, an annual Drama Festival in March, a Spring Production in May, and an Autumn production in October. Most years will also include a Youth performance in the summer. The group uses the Saltburn Community Theatre as their rehearsal space, and hosts very well attended productions that run over a period of two weeks in the theatre.
Saltburn Film Club
Saltburn Film Club aims to show at least two films a month on Thursday evenings at our own cinema in the Saltburn Community Theatre.
The club is organised by Saltburn Arts and is completely run by our volunteers so please get involved.
Prices – There are two screenings per film, one at 2pm and another in the evening at 7pm.
Afternoon screenings – Members £4 Visitors £6
Evening screenings – Members £5 Visitors £7
Membership – Annual Membership costs only £10.00 per annum, and on production of your membership card entitles you to a reduced entry fee per screening.
Volunteers – Saltburn Film Club always welcomes volunteers to help run the events and help choose the films we screen. If you are interested in helping please ask at an event.
Regular Jazz evenings are held on the first or second Friday of every month, at Saltburn Community Hall.
The evenings are organised by Saltburn Arts and encompasses types of jazz from trad to modern. Youth tickets can be bought at a cheaper price to a standard ticket. Saltburn Arts welcomes newcomers of all ages as well as regular attendees.
Little Nippers is a very popular group that benefits our Community Hall space. The group “offers everything that a nursery offers in a parent-toddler setting,” creating a great environment for children to have fun and enjoy themselves.
For ages up to 5 years old, it costs just £2 for a first child and 50 pence for siblings. If a 6mth subscription is taken then the cost is £1 per child. Little Nippers uses the hall in term time, Wednesdays from 10:00am – 11:45am.
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Saltburn Flea Market takes place on the first Saturday of every month in the Saltburn Community Hall in Windsor Road. It is FREE admission. It opens at 10m and runs until 4pm.
Throughout the rest of the month Saturday plays host to various charity table-top events. If you would like a stall please call us on 01287 624 997 and leave your details. Someone will get in touch when a vacancy becomes available.
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Saltburn Community Hall, Albion Terrace, Saltburn, TS12 1JW.
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Albion Terrace, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire, TS12 1JW
Box Office Opening times: Wednesday 2pm – 4pm,
Thursday and Friday 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm
Admin Office Weekdays 10am – 12 noon
Phone: 01287 624997
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Box Office & Enquiries Opening times:Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4pm
Phone: 01287 624997