The Red Room

The Red Room is currently being renovated. Can you help? Visit our funding page here: Support The Vic

The Red Room was designed as a snooker hall, with a bar area and seating for socialising. It was reborn as a bar and dance hall – and was the place to be in Arundel on a Saturday night.

The room has been the scene for spectacular parties, and with enough notice can be hired with The Green Room.

What was the dance floor is set up as Arundel’s most flexible theatre space, with the large bar area for pre- and post-performance drinks and fun.

Since April 2004, when Drip Action staged the first of many performances in The Red Room the theatre group has called The Vic home.

The room is also used by creative groups like Akin for guest talks and member events.

Our (very!) reasonable room hire rates mean The Red Room can easily welcome young theatre groups, emerging performers and community groups.

Would you like to hire a combination of our rooms for a special event? Please get in touch.

Venue Details
  • Room Dimensions

    Stage area: 8.5m x 5m
    Bar area: 8.5m x3m

  • How many can The Studio Accommodate?

    Due to Covid-19 restrictions: 9

  • What's included?

    Theatre lamps 
    Wall sockets at ceiling height into which additional lighting can be plugged. 
    Lighting easily controlled from the Eurolight LC2412 control desk.
    Amplifier and sound mixer unit connected to speakers. 
    Mixer can access input from devices including CD players iPads and microphones. 
    Jugs, glassware and cups in the bar area

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“If I don’t want to tell anyone, it’s up to me, right?” Written in 2005, this gripping and lyrical drama blasts open cultures of silence with small acts of protest, Chopin and occasional dancing to Westlife.
A rollicking Victorian odd-couple encounter between two titans of English literature! A comedy by Daniel Rover Singer. Directed by Nick Young