The Athenaeum Centre Welcomes




Does your child love to perform and be around creative people?

We have performing arts classes available for all ages and all abilities to help your child gain more confidence, develop their skills and make new friends for life!

Are you an adult who wants to perform, create, write, direct or just do something different?

Be your best self and live your best life, alone and with others, and cultivate deep and lasting friendships and relationships as well as learning invaluable skills for the rest of your life! It is NEVER to late!


Looking for a weekly space for your 6-11 or 12-17 year old ?

Want to break free, have fun and do some theatre ?

Want a friendly, inclusive and supportive space for them to explore the arts ?

Then book a 2 week trial with us at Cherry Blossom Arts Theatre School today for the new term, we start NEXT WEEK from:

* Monday 10th January for our 6-11 year olds at 4.30pm - 6.30pm
* Wednesday 12th January at 4.30pm - 6.30pm for our 12-17 year olds on  

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Cherry Tots - Reopening W/C 25th April 2022
For 2-5 years. The home of tots creative freedom. We play, we sing, we dance, we giggle, we create but most of all, we have lots of fun.

Cherry Adults - Opening W/C 25th April 2022
A class for ages 17+ inc adults who are either growing their training or want to evolve in the arts either professionally or recreationally.

Please contact Miss Bexy directly to go on the waiting list for these 2 groups.

Term Dates -

Thank you
Rebecca Bidwell | Company Director

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Mobile -  07969397889
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   Warminster & District Film Society 

            12th January film                              26th January film
Starts 7:30pm
ALL FLOYD's 2022 tour brings more of the classic Pink Floyd anthology to shows throughout the year, all faithfully recreated in the meticulous detail now expected by All Floyd fans.

Delivered with stunning visuals and world-class sound system (Surround sound in selected Theatres) the 2022 tour builds on the successes of previous tours to both astound and impress even the most hardened of tribute act doubters......

"Number after number turned out immaculately, note-perfect, complete with backing singers and that wonderful, rich throbbing sound that Floyd fans will be familiar with. Messers Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright & Barrett would have been proud to hear their music so faithfully rendered. Close your eyes and they could have been in the room. They weren’t, but they could have been."

This is a show not to miss, a spectacular and honest display of Pink Floyd’s rich musical legacy featuring tracks from Meddle and the iconic Dark Side of the Moon through to The Division Bell.
3rd to 5th February

Warminster school’s production of Kneehigh’s Tristan and Yseult

adapted by Emma Rice.

A fast-paced love story with a twist.
The King of Cornwall meets his match and falls in love but the deception and lies undo everyone along the way.

This event is still not finalised and tickets are not yet on sale.
Please see the Athenaeum Website listing for updates.


  • Thursday 3rd Feb – 7.30pm
  • Friday matinee 4th Feb – 2.00pm
  • Friday eve 4th Feb – 7.30pm
  • Saturday eve 5th Feb – 7.30pm

The Athenaeum Masqueraders bring back their acclaimed production of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads II!
From the 2018 & 2019 NODA SW Best Musical nominated group, who brought shows like Oliver, 9 to 5 The Musical, The Addams Family and The Full Monty and Legally Blonde, The Athenaeum Masqueraders bring to you three of Alan Bennett’s hit dramatic monologues in Talking Heads II in February 2022.


About The Show: In January 2017, The Athenaeum Masqueraders staged three of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads featuring hit dramatic monologues from the 1980s BBC production. The group return to stage 2022, reviving three more monologues including:

A Cream Cracker Under the Settee: Doris, a widow, lives alone. Refusing to relinquish her independence, she surreptitiously cleans when her home help, Zulema, is absent. When we meet her, she has just fallen over whilst attempting to dust a picture frame high on the wall. The day goes on; unable to get help, Doris reminisces about her quiet, uneventful life with its joys and sadnesses.

Her Big Chance: Meet Lesley, an actress. She has just completed a video (‘targeted chiefly on West Germany’) in which she plays Travis, a career girl who enjoys life, spends a remarkable amount of time topless and shoots a man with a harpoon gun. She tells all, blind to the sinister undertones of her story as well as to her own self-delusions and gullibility.

Soldiering On: Muriel’s husband Ralph has just died, leaving her rather well off – until, that is, her son Giles gets his hands on the money and Muriel comes out the loser.

Saturday Matinee 26th February – 2.00pm start

Saturday Evening – 26th February – 7.30pm Start.


A Cream Cracker Under the Settee, Her Big Chance & Soldiering On by Alan Bennett
This amateur production of “Talking Heads” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.

              PIANO LESSONS                        |                    COFFEE MORNINGS

Working dogs allowed, Induction Loop, Wheelchair Access, Accessible Toilet.

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