Art Exhibitions

Art Exhibitions


Exhibitions change on a regular basis welcoming an artist, or a selection of artists, to exhibit on the Ramp and in the Gallery.

Some exhibitions are launched with a private view which is hosted by the theatre and the visiting artist(s). You are welcome to attend the private view. Please register your interest by emailing the Operations manager via the Contact page.


Entry to the exhibitions is free and the Gallery can be viewed:

Wednesdays to Saturdays from 6 – 10pm when there is a show on

& by appointment Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10am – 3pm

by contacting the operations Manager via the Contact page.


Please note that the Fisher Gallery may be subject to short-notice closures for special events, meetings and classes so it is always advisable to check beforehand if you are travelling any distance to view the exhibits.




Rhythms in the Landscape: Rachel Roft and Tim Summerson

23rd January - 17th March



Though outwardly very different in technique and intention, a closer consideration of the work of these two North Suffolk based artists reveals some surprisingly similar interests in their landscape subject matter, above all its rhythms and dynamics.


Thus for Rachel Roft the large, multiple collage drawings of the coastline between Benacre Broad and Eastern Bavents in this exhibition represent “observations of the same place which is forever being changed by coastal erosion – a circular journey frequently made and recorded over the last 12 years.”


Meanwhile, for Tim Summerson, his poetic, painterly depictions  of the Waveney Valley come from a very particular interest “in the spatial dynamics and rhythms of the landscape as well as colour...There is a natural order – a dance as such – happening within what might appear chaos.”




It's No Laughing Matter: Jean Baitey

20th March - 5th  May




It's no laughing matter- well actually it is.

This exhibition is both seriously funny and seriously serious.

Bungay women are at the heart of the narrative behind this new body of work. Through drawing, hand-made prints and painting, Jean explores what it means to be a woman, both historically and today; be it muse, model or female artist, with a few personal irks for good measure.