If you’ve not visited us before, you’re really missing a treat! This unique and exquisite venue boasts a variety of live performances and is just waiting for you to explore!
Open Monday-Friday 10.00am-3.00pm and 10.00am-1.00pm on Saturdays, we provide a welcoming place for you to meet with friends and enjoy a coffee in our café whilst you view our latest art exhibition. In the evening and over the weekend, Hanger Farm comes alive with the sounds of laughter and music as audiences enjoy on of the many events we have to offer.
Hanger Farm has seen the magnificent rejuvenation of a long time derelict Grade II listed 18th century barn. Open in 2004, it regularly plays host to a wide range of theatrical and musical performances and is home to Totton College’s Performing Arts courses.
Ticket bookings can be made in person or over the phone with our Box Office. We accept payment by credit or debit card both in person and over the phone (50p charge for each credit/debit card transaction).Tickets can be sent in the post for an additional charge of 50p. Concessions, where stated, are available for over 60s, children, those in receipt of Job Seekers’ Allowance, Income Support, Disability Living Allowance and people in full-time education. You can also book your tickets online courtesy of WeGotTickets.com. Follow the link on our website below the event information to book and pay online. All tickets must be paid for at time of booking and are non-refundable.
We aim to be accessible and welcoming to everyone and we are committed to making your visit as easy and enjoyable as possible. We are fully wheelchair and buggy accessible with ramp access to all areas. The Centre is fitted with an infrared induction loop system for the hard of hearing. There is ample free parking available with designated Disabled Parking Bays close to the entrance.
Off Aikman Lane
Members of Mandy who have worked for Hanger Farm Arts Centre