Colonnade House is Worthing’s most well-known creative hub, located right in the heart of the town centre. With a focus on collaboration and community, they offer exhibitions, networking events, talks, workshops, and more. It began as the Commit to Culture project in 2014, and first opened to the public in 2016. Since then, it has established itself as Worthing’s “creative pulse”.

They offer two gallery spaces, which can be hired for exhibitions and workshops. Exhibitions change frequently, both inside and in external popup venues. They also offer ten rentable studios for those working in creative industries. They even host an annual Creative Commissions grant program, supported by the Adur & Worthing Trust. When someone from Worthing thinks of local creativity, Colonnade House is usually the first thing that comes to mind! Definitely stay up to date on their socials, because there’s always something new going on.

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