A brand new venue in the heart of Galloway, Quarrymen’s Arts Centre provides an intimate, historic setting for a variety of performing arts, attracting both regional and national artists. An impressive, granite-built former church, Quarrymen’s sits proudly above Creetown village, with stunning views across the Cree estuary and Solway coastline. The venue is community owned and recently underwent a full refurbishment to transform the building from a run-down hall to a vibrant, contemporary performing arts venue, with tasteful echoes of its rich quarrying and musical heritage.
Quarrymen’s benefits from a state of the art, 80-seat raked seating system in the main auditorium, which can also be retracted to provide a larger floor space, plus a meeting/green room, kitchenette, accessible toilets, external lawn area and car parking. Quarrymen’s Arts Centre is situated in a perfectly rural, thriving community, yet is well-connected by road; only 2 miles off the main trunk road connecting the north of England with west Scotland and the ferries to Northern Ireland.