Our Vision

This video was made to show you a little bit about us, who we are and what we are trying to do and why we need your help. We are lucky to have very talented volunteers who used their skills to film and create this wonderful video which tells the story of us!

To provide a place ‘For you to rise’

An inclusive space to support the work of community groups, offer and host arts related confidence building activities, workshops, community events, signposting and much more.

Bringing to you in Autumn 2022 our new Albion House site

Including the Fiery Bird Live Music Venue where people will be able to enjoy original innovative live music of many genres, we have the space to grow our vision for Woking’s music, arts and culture.


Woking is developing as a shopping venue, we are supporting its unique cultural heritage and ensuring its wonderful music history continues and nurtures new talent, of which is in abundance.

There many unique qualities that Woking offers for tourism.

Many Jam fans come to see the town the band comes from, and in a recent visit to the town Paul Weller noted that there was no live music venue here, which attracted both public and press attention to the gap in provision. This is a provision we have worked very hard to now fill.

The organisers of the ‘not for profit’ Phoenix Cultural Centre are local residents and Community workers as well as musicians and writers, who have been working in the Woking Community for 17 years.


Live Music:

Band nights (different genres/themes).


Piano Bar.

Traditional Music Sessions. 

Open Mic and Spoken Word nights

Bookclubs & Reading groups (of many abilities and cultures)

Art projects

Space for Community Champions to meet and give signposting services

Rehearsal Space

People’s Kitchen

Music/Dance/Art Workshop activities

A bar/cafe

Writers workshops/retreats

Meeting spaces for voluntary/community/ businesses

Some parts of the building to be allocated for small social enterprise start ups/music tuition


Adult Residents of Woking

Visitors to The Town

Community and Voluntary Groups

Learning & Service Providers

Woking Borough Council


We work to ensure that we are meeting the community’s needs.

Increasing the number of people from all sections of the community taking part in cultural activities and target programmes for under-represented groups.

Working with the Safer Woking Partnership to reduce crime, improve safety, and tackle anti-social behaviour.

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  1. Hi All
    Were you aware that local band Jezebel No More were playing tonight in Camberley?
    Would love to see you all there

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