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Visiting Bromsgrove Arts

Instructions & FAQs

Bromsgrove Arts is based at Fairfield Village Hall, Stourbridge Road, Fairfield, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B61 9LZ. There is a car park behind the village hall and nearby at the Recreation Ground.

For the safety of all and in compliance with good practice, please follow our cinema booking instructions:

  • Pre-book to avoid disappointment via the Bromsgrove Arts website using the TicketLab box office, see page detailing each event screening.  Tickets are delivered via email once purchased. We strongly encourage going green with e-tickets where possible.
  • Door sales will be possible for any unsold tickets.  To reduce cash handling, payment by card will be accepted.
  • Screening/Event times are subject to change or cancellation at short notice. 
  • Cushions are permitted, for personal comfort only.
  • Young children must be accompanied by an adult.

Our venue is wheelchair friendly, with an accessible toilet and and there are blue badge parking spaces in the car park.

For people who are hard of hearing, our cinema audio is fed through an hearing induction loop; switch your heating aid to the “t-position” or speak to audiologist about having you hearing aid correctly calibrated.

Trained assistance dogs are welcome.

There is an accessible toilet and our Junior Flix movies are autism friendly.


Who are Bromsgrove Arts?

Bromsgrove Arts is an initiative delivered by Fairfield Village Community Association, with the support of Fairfield Village. By using cinematic and performing arts, our goal is to bring people together, and to reduce social isolation & loneliness.

What’s the difference between you and a ‘big’ cinema & arts centre?

In a nut shell, we are smaller operation using a multi-use venue, our chairs are banqueting style and we are all volunteers.

What we host & what we screen is no different; e.g. when we screen a live concert, it is the same feed and at the same time, and most of our live music acts are well known within the Midland’s music scene, with some artists having performed nationally and internationally.

What’s your cinema screenings like?

We use a HD projector, a Dolby 5 equivalent sound system and 4-metre-wide screen. To allow additional comfort, nearly all our screenings include an intermission.

Can I buy tickets on the door?

Any unsold advance sale tickets are made available on the door. To avoid disappointment, we encourage tickets to be purchased through our website.

Do you accept payment cards?

All major payment cards are accepted, including Visa, Mastercard & American Express.

Do you accept cash?

We accept pound sterling coinage and Bank of England notes (except £50.00 notes)

Is there free parking?

Yes. There is free parking behind the Village Hall, plus there is parking space at the nearby Recreation Ground, a couple of hundred metres north of the village hall; as you drive from the hall towards the Swan Inn & the A491 the driveway to the Recreation Ground car park is on your right.

Is there a licenced bar?

Yes, the bar sells beers, ciders, wine & a range of non-alcoholic drinks.

Do I have to pay a box office fee?

If tickets are purchased online there is a box office fee that is charged by TicketLab who look after our online sales, the amount you pay will be displayed at the checkout. As we keep our ticket prices low and affordable, we are unable to absorb the TicketLab administration fee.

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