Available Groups & Classes

Adult Ballet and Yoga

Jess Gamlin

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Jess Gamlin teaches regularly at Cranleigh Arts with the following classes:

Adult Ballet – Fridays 12.30pm to 1.30pm

Foundations Yoga – Saturdays 10:30am – 11:30am

Jess started her career as a professional dancer after training at the Royal Ballet school and Italia Conti Academy. Jess travelled the world performing in shows such as Footloose, Copacabana and Grease. She then decided to turn her attention to teaching and hasn’t looked back since. Her style is fun and light and her goal is always to make sure you leave a class feeling inspired, worked hard but most importantly better than when you arrived. Expect to find muscles you didn’t know you had.

To book visit www.jessicagamlin.co.uk 

Please note that courses are non-refundable once booked.


Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga

Beth Peak

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Beth Peak (Currently on Maternity Leave) teaches regularly at Cranleigh Arts with the following classes:

Yoga (All Levels) 

Vinyasa Yoga (Intermediate/Advanced) 

Beth has been teaching yoga for 13 years. Her style is light and playful, with a deep understanding of anatomy and how to adapt for different bodies. Expect to work hard and rest hard in her classes, as she guides you through a physical practice, interlaced with breathing and relaxation techniques. Beth has a yoga studio in Ewhurst, so is very familiar with the local community.

To book visit www.bethpeakyoga.com

Please note that courses are non-refundable once booked.

Iyengar Yoga

Sarra Whicheloe

Mixed Ability Yoga Class – Thursdays 9.30am- 10.30amSarra’s teaching style is positive with a dynamic and fluid approach. She loves seeing people of all ages and abilities transform through yoga. She nurtures each individual to practice intelligently at their own pace. B K S Iyengar , from Pune in South India. devised a teaching method for classical yoga that enables all bodies to practice yoga with maximum benefit. Clear instructions, demonstrations and the use of yoga equipment all help towards this aim. Sarra qualified as a yoga teacher in 2001 with Yoga Alliance 500 hours and went on to become a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher in 2007. She has been teaching at the Arts centre since 2008. Living in Cranleigh, Sarra runs Sarra Yoga offering Iyengar Yoga classes and workshops.

To book visit www.sarrayoga.co.uk

The Arts Society Cranleigh

Rosemary Chapman

A lively and welcoming group which aims to promote the knowledge, appreciation and care of the decorative and fine arts through talks, study groups, guided tours, visits to private houses, museums, exhibitions and other places of interest to members of the Society. In addition, The Arts Society is committed to promoting the arts to young people through school-based project work.

Phone: 07786 375663



Cranleigh Community Choir

Sharon Duggan

The Cranleigh Community Choir meets every Thursday to perform and rehearse a diverse selection of music – including everything from pop, rock, bluegrass, folk, r’n’b and jazz swing to classical. Over the years, the choir has held numerous concerts in the community, including performances at Cranleigh Arts, Notcutts Garden Centre, Spring into Cranleigh and at the Christmas Lights celebrations.

Phone: 01483 271 469



Surrey Youth Theatre

Mitch Jenkins

Are you aged 6 – 18? Do you love to act & sing? The main philosophy of SYT is to learn professional skills in a focused and disciplined manner within a happy, supportive family atmosphere. Whether you love to act, sing, work backstage or just have a passion for putting a production together, then SYT is for you.

Phone: 01903 602 815



Cranleigh U3A

One of over a 1000 U3As spread across the UK, each affiliated to the Third Age Trust. The U3A was formed for the benefit of retired & semi-retired people who wish to learn and keep active. Members share their knowledge, experience and participate in a wide range of educational, social and leisure activities. Join us, make new friends and share teaching/ learning experiences. No qualifications are required. You can learn new skills and exercise for sheer enjoyment and fun.


The Friday Painters

Anne Woodford

The Friday Painters meet at Cranleigh Arts every week to enjoy a morning of painting in all media. Some have not touched a brush since school, some are more experienced. No formal tuition, just a love of art brings together this friendly and welcoming group.

Phone: 01483 272 055


Stitching for Pleasure

Nita Whitaker

A friendly and sociable stitching group who meet at Cranleigh Arts every Wednesday.

Phone: 01483 276 778