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Roy's Harlow

Harlow Theatre Company
For the best part of 40 years, Harlow Theatre Company has built a reputation as the leading theatre company in and around Harlow.

Moot House Players
Moot House Players is the longest running theatre company in Harlow – with an unbroken annual programme since 1953.
Our flexible performance space allows us to experiment and provides an excellent canvas for design and a perfect stage for great theatre.

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Aila Simpson
Ceramics in earthenware, stoneware and paper clay

Angelika Hinton
Ceramics, mostly figurative & paintings

Anthony de Jong Cleyndert 
Paintings, prints, & stained glass.

Amanda Westbury
Site specific art, ceramics, mosaic 

Ayse Simsek
Weaver, Jacquard weaver

Belinda Davies
Artist & Printmaker  

Ben Dorling
illustrator / Cartoonist  

Callum McInerney-Riley

Claire Jones
Artist and illustrator /  Beautiful Moment, Artistic Bridal Wedding shoes

Corrina Dunlea 
Illustrated books, cards, & prints

David Rouse
Classical and flamenco guitar making

Edward Boldizsar

Ewa Wawrzyniak 
Cast and kiln formed glass

Fadi Mikhail    Neo-Coptic Iconographer
Painter, Iconographer,Figurative, Semi-Abstract

Fiona Bennett 
Visual artist,changing and converting spaces in our communities.

Gerry Parnham
Digital Artist  

Heike Brachlow
Glass sculptures 

Hong Voong 
Artist and illustrator

Isabelle Beaubien 
abstract acrylic artist, painting & resin.

Ivan Daggett
Sculptor producing stone carving and modelling.

Jane Burnett  
installation artist, film maker and owner of other undefined skills.

Jim Brown
2d / 3d art and design, projects, workshops, curation

Joanne Dennis 
3D sculpture using cane, ​cotton thread and natural materials

Jon Lewis
Blown and cast glass and architectural projects

Jordan Cook

Karen Murphy
Working in glass to express ideas of space, light and movement. 

Kirsten Wilson
Hand Printed Cards, Pictures, Textiles and Jewellery

Leon Webb 
Illustration, Drawing, Fineline Creative artwork.

Liz Boast
Paintings, Prints & Sculpture 

Nadine Waterman 
Costume Designer

Oliver Brown - Inkstain Studios
Working with Screen printing.

Paul Cairns   &  Paul Cairns
Fine Artist

Paul Harrison
Photographer: Portrait, Portfolio, Studio and Location photography  

Raphael Sagage 
Paintings & Sculpture

Richard Brown
Paintings & Drawings 

Stephan Maguire
Porcelain and Stoneware 

Yuki Kokai
Glass, metalwork and jewellery

*The Artists listed here are only a fraction of those working in Harlow,
Either at Gatehouse Arts or Parndon Mill*  

Manufacturers and distributors of liquid chalk markers, aerosols & inks. 

Addicted to dance
Classes in tap, modern, Street jazz,ballet.  

Ballet First
Classes in Classical Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Jazz and Tap.  

Belly Belles
Classes in Egyptian belly dancing. 

Brenda Taylor School of Dance & Performing Arts 
Classes in ballet,Tap, modern, jazz.

Harlow Ballet School
Classes in ballet, jazz & contemporary.

Harlow Salsa 

Hip Hop Pop
Classes in hip-hip and street dance.

Karen Chapman School of Dancing
Tap, Ballet, Theatre Craft, Freestyle Jazz and Adult Tap Dancing. 

Makin’ Steps Performing Arts school
Classes in hip hop/street dance, ballet, modern, tap, Salsa, Latin.

Pamela Hebberd Academy of Dance
Classes in Ballet, Tap, Modern, Street Jazz & Musical Theatre, Tiny Toes class & Line Dancing class for the adults.

Harlow Art Trust
Founded in 1953 Harlow Arts Trust one of Britain's leading regional arts organisations, over the years it has acquired many sculptures for the town.
Harlow has almost 100 works around the town, not just at the High (town centre).
As time has gone by residents may not notice them, as they grew up around them or have become used to them being there.

Gatehouse Arts
Gatehouse Arts, situated in the heart of Harlow is home to the biggest group of studio artists in Essex, providing studio space for over 60 local, established and emerging artists.

Parndon Mill
Parndon Mill provides workspace for artists, craftspeople, designers and architects who have the opportunity to share ideas and use their different skills to collaborate on creative work. 

The Gibberd Gallery
The Gibberd Gallery is a space run by The Harlow Art Trust which is committed to develop the Gibberd gallery to become a regional inspirational focus for the visual arts and raise the focus of Harlow and its acclaimed sculpture and permanent watercolour collection

The Gibberd Garden
Every turn reveals another aspect or a work of art.
It was created by Sir Frederick Gibberd, an uncompromising Modernist architect and the master-planner of Harlow New Town.
It took me years to go there, I loved how you could have so many views of art, hidden in plain sight. 

Audio Logic
One of industry’s leading providers of Professional Audio sound equipment  

C B Sound Video & Light ltd 
Event Management providing Marquees, Toilets, Security, Electric and generation, hand held radios, Audio Visual equipment, Staging, Banners and inflatable items.
Sound & Lighting, Video, DJ equipment for hire.

Set Blue Scenery
Providing services in scenery construction and prop making.
Producing quality scenery, from the largest set to the smallest prop.

Brenda Taylor School of Dance & Performing Arts
Our training is based on both discipline and traditional values, plus enjoyment and a love of theatre. 

Class Act Theatre School
"C*A*T*S was founded in 1999 to provide children of all ages with the opportunity to learn about the many aspects of theatre.
Skills in acting, singing and dancing are developed and used, not only in weekly workshops, but also in regular public performances. 

PQA - Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts 
Classes Sunday, sessions in Comedy & Drama, Musical Theatre and Film & TV at the Playhouse Harlow.

The Phoenix Theatre School 
The Phoenix Theatre School offer classes in Drama, Acting Skills and Musical Theatre from ages 4 to Adult every weekday evening and all day Saturdays.

Razed Roof
A performing arts group for people with and without disabilities and learning difficulties. 

Music is too big to be displayed here; click Harlow Music

Music is one of the Arts that is being neglected by successive British or English governments,
headed up by a inert or is it incompetent, never quite sure, "Culture Secretary" with only one thing in mind.
To aid selling the music venues to property developers to build on the land, gradually all the small venues and medium sized venues that were built in town centres are going, or have gone, with nothing to replace them.

Germany and other European countries are lucky not to have the same government policy, they care more about their culture.

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