Entertainment in Winchester
Our guide to theatre, music, visual art, sculpture, film and more entertainment in Winchester.
Visit our Festivals page for a schedule of some of the carefully curated programmes of music, street theatre, creative writing workshops and more.
Here are some of the Win Guide’s favourite entertainment venues:
Theatre Royal Winchester
Jewry St, Winchester SO23
Southgate St, Winchester SO23 9EG
3 St Paul’s Hill, Winchester SO22 5AE
9 The Close, Winchester SO23 9LS
Jewry St, Winchester SO23 8SB
The Minster Gallery
Great Minster St, Winchester SO23 9HA
The Broadway, Winchester SO23 9GH
Chesil St, Winchester SO23 0HU
Here are some of our recent features on arts events in the city:
Win Guide to Christmas
Ho, ho, how did it get to a month before Christmas? Time flies in our fair city, but thankfully Winchester has a fantastic range of festive offerings to banish the bah humbugs and ring in the season.
Two Hundred Years of Autumn
In honour of the anniversary of his local sojourn, the University of Winchester is staging ‘Two Hundred Years of Autumn’ at Theatre Royal Winchester on the evening of 7 October, as part of Visit Winchester’s ‘Keats in Winchester’ programme of events. Read more
Heritage Open Days 2019
This year’s Heritage Open Days looks like being another triumph. An even greater number of events – 147 – are on offer over a longer time span – 10 days! Events take place not only in Winchester but also in Alresford, Southampton, Selborne, Chawton, Kingsworthy, Romsey, Hursley, Ropley, Swanwick and Northington. Read more
Win Guide to Hat Fair 2019
Hold on to your Hats: Winchester’s beloved Hat Fair Festival takes place this weekend, from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2019. Did you know that Hat Fair is the UK’s longest running festival of Outdoor Arts? Read more
Feature: Donald Hutera talks to Yolande Yorke-Edgell
Donald Hutera talks to Yolande Yorke-Edgell about her company’s anniversary production, TWENTY in a special feature for the Winchester Guide.