Two Sisters Arts Centre was launched on April 27th 2019 with an evening featuring performance poet Luke Wright, Suffolk historian and raconteur Charlie Haylock and music from Stacks of Sax. It was officially opened by our Patron Rachel Sloane and attended by Felixstowe Mayor Cllr Graham Newman.
Within the now redundant church of St Mary’s in Trimley, and in the heart of the community, it is hoped that this space will become a vibrant hub of quality arts performances, workshops and exhibitions as well as providing space for rehearsals, lectures, recitals and other forms of creative activity.
The building is available for hire by visual and performance artists and groups.
Workshops: £20 for a four hour session.
Rehearsals: £20 for a four hour session
£50 for an morning/afternoon performance
£50 per evening for groups/performers based on the Felixstowe peninsula plus 70/30 split on Box Office
£70 for groups/performers based outside the Felixstowe peninsula
plus 70/30 split on Box Office
Contact Suzanne: 01394 279613 for bookings
If you would like to volunteer at Two Sisters email:
If as a local business you would like to sponsor us – please get in touch with Jayne Lindill at
We are grateful to Councillors Steve Gallant, Richard Kerry, Doreen Savage, and Mike Deacon, Felixstowe Town Council and Trimley St Mary Parish Council for some initial funding to get us off the ground. And to Stephen Girling of SG Wealth Management for sponsoring the new and very impressive Coffee Bar, built by local artisan joiner Adrian Watts.