You can get tickets online for our events by clicking on the image of the event you want. That will take you to our online store - TicketSource at
Alternatively, you can book in-person, by coming to the Community Café any Monday between 2:30 and 4:30, or call the Box Office on 0300 102 0473
Every 1st Friday of the month in the Lounge bar. All welcome, just pay for your Bingo book(s) on the door.
Bingo Books - £8/book; £5 1/2 book.
Friday, October 6th
Cartoonish capers in Shakespeare’s funniest farce! Two sets of shipwrecked twins – who lost their doubles years ago – unknowingly end up in the same place at the same time. Chaos ensues; but will the searching siblings find each other in the end? Expect silly slapstick, abundant anachronisms and memorable music nestled amongst Shakespeare’s poignant poetry as the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons put their own inimitable spin on this classic comedy.
The Pantaloons are the “inimitable” (Guardian) and “wholly charming” (Times) touring theatre company bringing a vital sense of “play” back to classical performance. In our theatre, your imagination is just as important as ours.
Sunday, October 8th
Back by popular demand, The Orison Project return to the hall to present the music of the legendary singer-songwriter Roy Orbison.
The band, all highly accomplished musicians, is fronted by talented British lead vocalist Dave Collison, an impressively-accurate and authentic Orbison ‘soundalike’ AND ‘lookalike’ tribute artist.
All of the band are fans of Roy Orbison, and all of them will tell you it’s a great privilege to recreate his amazing songs live. When you come to see The Orbison Project, you’ll see your favourite songs performed with passion by true fans, just as you remember them.
Pretty Woman; Only the Lonely; In Dreams; Mean Woman Blues; I Drove All Night; You Got It ; It’s Over; Crying and many more.
Saturday, October 21st
Based on a real life case of the time, Common Ground present a thrilling murder mystery, with live music in the style of the period.
Paris, 1905. A series of strange happenings have the authorities baffled. Several men have disappeared under mysterious circumstances, with no connection between them other than that they were last seen in the vicinity of the notorious Pigalle district. With no leads, the police ask retired detective, Jean Tellier to take one last case. Sensing danger around every street corner, in every dimly lit café, in every dark doorway, Tellier begins by interviewing the proprietors and staff of the local bars and nightclubs.
Sunday, October 29th
Back by popular demand, The Post Floyd Dream are an exciting Essex-based tribute band who bring together their love of Pink Floyd to create a stunning and memorable show, including tracks from classic albums Meddle, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall, The Final Cut, A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell. 2023 is the 50th anniversary of the Dark Side of the Moon and we have something very special planned to celebrate. Get your tickets to see this very special show.
It’s quite difficult for any Queen tribute not to come off as just a 'Greatest Hits' package, but that’s what Essex based ‘Queenage' have achieved. Combining some deep cuts with a sprinkling of fan favourites and of course some of their biggest hits, the spirit of Freddie lives on. From Keep Yourself Alive to a carefully pieced together rendition of Queen’s 1985 Live Aid set, this will be an evening that every Queen fan will enjoy.
Tickets on sale soon - save the date
Saturday, December 2nd
Kids clubs, Sports, Dance, Social and more; and don't forget the Community Cafe is open every weekday & Saturdays 9am-5pm and Sundays 10am-5pm.
Click the link to see the regular activities at the hall.