Our team at the MAC work hard to ensure that the arts are accessible to everyone in our community. Since we opened in 2012 over 140,000 people have taken part in our schools and community activities. This page is where we document our work with schools and communities.
Here at the MAC, we believe that the arts should be accessible and affordable to all. Community groups of 6 or more can avail of our special community ticket rate of £8, and for every 10 tickets bought, you'll get an 11th ticket completely free.
Click below for more information on the shows that our community ticket rate applies to, and for information on how to book.
133,432 people have taken part in the MAC's schools and community activities and counting. If you would like to ignite imaginations within your group - consider a visit to the MAC.
When it comes to bringing a lesson alive, the MAC is the place to be. We’ve welcomed over 15,000 school children to the MAC and counting, so if you haven’t been to visit us yet here are a few ideas of how to get the most from your MAC visit.
At the MAC, we’re always inventing creative ways for schools to get involved in the arts. Here, you can read about our recent projects, which represent our ongoing commitment to support the next generation of artists and performers.
The Arts Academy, now in its 13th year, is an essential part of any young actor's training. During the course, Bruiser will focus on enhancing performance skills and professional development, equipping students to perform at the best of their ability.