Culture Warrington is a charitable trust that is home to the highest-quality arts, heritage and entertainment opportunities in the North West.
The charity, which was formed in 2012, manages three key cultural venues in the town, including Pyramid, Parr Hall, and Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, as well as delivering the ever-popular Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival.
Situated in the heart of Warrington’s Cultural Quarter, Pyramid and Parr Hall are two of the region’s leading venues for music, comedy, dance, drama and more, playing host to top industry names such as John Bishop, Stone Roses, and Jimmy Carr.
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is one of the oldest museums in the country and provides an award-winning programme of events and temporary exhibitions, as well as running regular free family-friendly craft activities throughout the year.
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Culture Warrington is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under the number 7974406. It operates under the trade name ‘Culture Warrington’ and its registered office is Pyramid, Palmyra Square, Warrington, WA1 1BL.