Did you know that the funding Spot On receives from the Arts Council to bring professional arts to Lancashire is National Lottery money?
Guitarist Pat McCarthy leads his acclaimed quartet for a night of spellbinding performance in three Lancashire venues this November/December.
Make a one off payment of £40 for a season or £75 for the year and you can attend as many Spot On performances as you can fit in.
A whole host of dance treats from the Rural Dance Touring Initiative arrives at venues this Autumn and Spot On is very proud to be hosting Keira Martin’s show ‘Here Comes Trouble’ at The United Reform Church Hall in Read on Friday 20th October.
Local residents in Padiham attended a sell-out show with Howard Haigh for the launch of the Spot On season.
Spot On Lancashire have announced their Autumn 2017 season, with 42 shows popping up in 34 different village halls and libraries across the county, beginning on Saturday 23 September.
What’s the kindest thing anyone has ever done for you?
Sam Brady invites you into the Kindness Caravan to tell him all about your thoughts on being kind.
Cath Ford is setting off on an adventure with the Lancashire County Council Mobile Library Service.
Are you an artist or do you know any artists who would be up for a challenge?
Spot On are looking to commission an automata collection box to help raise additional funds.
Spot On Lancashire and Cheshire Rural Touring Arts are seeking to commission an artist or company from the North West of England to develop a new piece of touring work as part of their libraries strategic touring programme.