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Your Local Arts Venue

Autumn 2022

Theatre | Cinema | Museum


Welcome to

South Mill Arts

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Christmas

September

October

December

Live Music

Community Events

Community Theatre

Cinema

Museum

At a Glance

Coming Soon

Looking for an event space? Whether it be a business

meeting for 2 or a conference for 300, we have the

space for you! Contact our event team to find out more.

southmillarts.co.uk/venue-hire

Have you heard about our classes and activities? We are

delighted to be home to many classes that are available

to the community. From dance and art, to yoga and

well-being, it is worth taking a look to see what we have

to offer. Details of classes we host can be found on our

website southmillarts.co.uk/classes

Box Office

opening times

Mon-Sat

12pm - 4pm

We have limited car park

facilities on site. Alternative

parking is available at Jackson

Square car park, CM23 3XQ

Tickets

Concessions: over 60s and under

16s (unless stated otherwise)

Family: 2 adults and 2 children

or 1 adult and 3 children

Children’s tickets: under 16s

Group tickets: 10+ tickets

Why not support your local

arts venue and become a

SMArt

Supporter

By becoming a SMArt Supporter you

will receive the following benefits:

Annual newsletter

Free museum tour and talk from

our Curator

Exclusive backstage tour

2 SMART Supporter socials per year

To Join, please see our website

at southmillarts.co.uk

Box Office:

01279 710 200

southmillarts.co.uk

Supported by:

1- 3 South Road, Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 3JG. South MIll Arts is a trading styling of Bishop’s Stortford Museum & Arts CIO, Registered Charity No.1189853


Join us this Christmas at South Mill Arts

where we have something for everyone!

Festive Gertcha

Monday 19 th Dec | 7pm

Single Pie: £25 | Double Pie: £28

A fun filled Cockney knees up with top Chas and Dave tribute

band Gertcha and Pie and Mash by F.Cooke of Bishop’s Stortford.

Food will be served from 7pm with a choice of Turkey, Beef or

Vegetarian pies and a Mince pie for dessert. The Music will start

from 7.45pm - All the Chas and Dave classics with a festive twist!

ROH: The Nutcracker

Thu 8 th Dec | 7.15pm

Join Clara at a delightful Christmas Eve party that becomes

a magical adventure once everyone else is tucked up

in bed. Marvel at the brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s score,

as Clara and her enchanted Nutcracker fight the Mouse

King and visit the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Prince in the

glittering Kingdom of Sweets.

Jack And The Beanstalk

Sat 3 rd Dec - Mon 2 nd Jan

See Website for full details

Grotto

Coming this December

See Website for full details

Join Jack for a fantastic high-flying adventure of giant

proportions. You can expect the very best toe-tapping

tunes, fabulous costumes and hilarious cast of

characters to entertain you in this timeless classic.

The director and writer of 2019’s Sleeping Beauty

returns with a pantomime that promises to be full

of beans!

Santa enjoyed seeing you all so much last year he has left the

elves preparing the toys whilst he makes a visit back to South

Mill Arts this holiday season. Start your festive adventure with

a fun craft activity before making your way up to see Father

Christmas. Not only will you receive a special gift, but you will

also hear a festive story from Santa himself. Your visit will

end with delicious hot chocolate and cookies in the Malting’s

Bar - the perfect treat to end a magical experience.

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Big Adventure Productions

in association with South Mill Arts


Join Jack for a fantastic

high-flying adventure of

giant proportions. You

can expect the very best

toe-tapping tunes, fabulous

costumes and hilarious cast

of characters to entertain

you in this timeless classic.

The director and writer

of 2019’s Sleeping Beauty

returns with a pantomime

that promises to be full

of beans!

Prices

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Platinum

Sat 3 rd Dec

Sat 10 th Dec

Sun 11 th Dec

Sat 17 th Dec

Sun 18 th Dec

Thu 22 nd Dec

Fri 23 rd Dec

Sat 24 th Dec

Mon 26 th Dec

Tue 27 th Dec

Wed 28 th Dec

Thu 29 th Dec

Fri 30 th Dec

Sat 31 st Dec

Sun 1 st Jan

Mon 2 nd Jan

Full Concs Family

£21

£23

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£27

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£20

£22

£24

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£84

£89

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Relaxed (R)

Sensitive to and accepting

of audience members who

may benefit from a more

relaxed environment.


Sept

The British

Carpenters

Fri 2 nd Sept | 7.30pm

£24

The very best of London’s West End musicians

bring you a fresh new production. These

meticulous arrangements are played by the

very best musicians in the country, breathing

new life into the evergreen, classic tunes we

all know and love.

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Upbeat Beatles

Sat 3 rd Sept | 7.30pm

£24

Did you miss The Beatles first time around?

Don’t miss them now!

The Upbeat Beatles are a rockin’ band with tight

musicianship and powerhouse vocals! You’ll be

jumping from the word go! There isn’t a band that

can touch them - 8 bars of “Twist and Shout”

and you will know why!


Uncle Funk

The Opera Boys:

A Night At The Musicals

Fri 9 th Sept | 8.30pm

£24 £23.50

Sat 10 th Sept | 7.30pm

The UK’s biggest and best live 70s disco band

return to South Mill Arts after their previous

sell-out performances. Playing what they describe

as “The Greatest Hits Of Disco Volume 1”, the

amazing renditions and eye-popping costumes

make their show one of the most exciting live

events you will see all year!

The Opera Boys return with their sell-out show featuring

the biggest songs from the West End and Broadway.

4-part harmony musical medleys are combined with

stunning solo performances from shows that the boys

themselves have performed in over the years. From

timeless classics like Les Miserables, to modern smash

hits such as The Greatest Showman!

Henry Blofeld -

My Dear Old Things

Thu 15 th Sept | 7.30pm

£24 | Early Bird (first 50 tickets): £19

Being confined to the pavilion for the past couple of

seasons has given Henry time to reconnect with his

Norfolk roots and reflect on a truly extraordinary life.

This reflection inspired the online film, At Home With

Henry, and this new theatre show. Blowers recalls his

days as a young England hopeful, how an Eton bus

knocked him off his stride - and his bike - recoiling

from a career in the City to work as a cricket journalist

before finding his way into the TMS box.

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Through The Rain: A

Celebration Of Barry Manilow

Sat 17 th Sept | 7.30pm

£23

Celebrate a legend as we relive the music of Barry

Manilow. With an incredible live band and stunning

backing vocalists, this production celebrates the timeless

songs and melodies of ‘Barry Manilow’ the man & his

genius. With all of his classic hits from Even Now, I Write

The Songs, One Voice, Copacabana, Could It Be Magic,

I Made It Through The Rain, Mandy and so many more.

Vincent Simone:

Tango Passions

Fri 23 rd Sept | 7.30pm | VIP: £58.50

Premium: £34.50 | Standard: £31.50

Argentine Tango King and Strictly Come Dancing legend,

Vincent Simone, returns to the stage in the Autumn of

2022 with his brand new show… ‘Tango Passions’. Also

starring Argentine Tango specialist Paula Duarte as his

leading lady. Accompanied by world-class Argentine

Tango specialists, let the original Italian stallion take

you on a journey to Buenos Aires.

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Ultimate Boy Band

Party Show

Fri 30 th Sept | 7.30pm

£23.50

With combined record sales of over 500 million

The Ultimate Boy Band Party Show takes us to

the naughty 90’s with ‘5 Bad Boys with the power

to Rock You’ as they perform over 30 number one

hits from all your favourite Boy bands... and this

time they’re ‘Back For Good’!


Oct

Women In Rock

Sat 1 st Oct | 7.30pm

£22.50

After their successful debut here in 2018, Women in Rock are

thrilled to be back to take you on a spectacular journey through

five decades of female rock music! Featuring soaring vocals,

breathtaking choreography, audience interaction, striking

costumes and backed by a band of world class musicians, this

must-see show is guaranteed to get you on your feet. Grab your

tickets and let’s get ready to sing, dance and ROCK!

Terry Deary’s

Twisted Tales

Fri 7 th Oct | 7pm | £19.50 | Concs: £17.50

Group (min 8): £15.50 | Family: £61

A brand new original comedy by Terry Deary. Just three

actors perform over 100 roles in as many minutes of

fact-based, fast-paced fun! Mr Pimm, a victorian school

teacher, battles against all odds to teach his pesky

pupils a thing or two with hilarious consequences in the

quest to discover, ‘can the past really tell the future?’

Unexpected highs and lows, quick costume changes

and wit, enjoy twisted tales of times gone by in one wild

whirlwind that will leave you rolling around with laughter!

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Both Sides Of

Phil Collins

Sat 8 th Oct | 7.30pm

£25.50

The Greatest Hits of Phil Collins & Genesis. It’s another

night in paradise...guaranteed – as this hit-packed

production arrives on its nationwide tour. Backed by

a cast of world-class musicians and singers, featuring

a horn section that will blow you away. The star of the

evening delivers a delightfully interactive spectacular that

includes each and every one of Phil Collins’ greatest hits.

Down For The Count Presents

A Century Of Swing

Fri 14 th Oct | 7.30pm

£24.50

Join the UK’s hardest swinging band Down for the

Count for “one hellova celebration of vintage music”

(TimeOut London) as they celebrate A Century of

Swing. Down for the Count are a mini big band

who bring the sounds of the Swing Era back to

life, with an electrifying show full of incredible

energy and musicianship.

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The Ronnie Scott’s

All Stars

Fri 21 st Oct | 7.30pm

£26.50

Following on from their incredible 2019-20

tour – which included a star-studded gala concert

at London’s Royal Albert Hall – Ronnie Scott’s

Jazz Club return to South Mill Arts with a brand

new collection of music, narration and projected

archive images and footage, celebrating Ronnie

Scott’s ‘Soho Songbook’.


The Neil

Diamond Story

Sat 22 nd Oct | 7.30pm

£25

Described as one of the world’s finest vocal tributes to

Neil Diamond, Bob Drury has been astounding audiences

with his vocal likeness for ten years during which time he

has performed throughout the UK, Europe and in the

United States for the American Neil Diamond Fan Club.

The show tracks Neil’s journey from a struggling

New York songwriter to international mega-star.

The Amazing

Bubble Man

Sun 23 rd Oct | 2pm

£14

Louis Pearl explores the breath-taking dynamics of

bubbles, combining comedy and artistry with audience

participation and spellbinding bubble tricks to keep

everyone mesmerized. From square bubbles, fog-filled

bubbles, giant bubbles, bubble volcanoes, tornados and

trampolines, the Amazing Bubble Man conjures shrieks

of laughter and gasps of amazement from all ages.

Miss Disco

Friday 28 th Oct | 7.30pm

£21.50

After ending their 18-year association with Uncle Funk in

2020, the much-loved seven-piece band finally return to

South Mill Arts as Miss Disco to showcase exactly why

their celebrated performances of Disco’s Greatest Hits

at festivals such as Glastonbury and Standon Calling

earned them their reputation as the UK’s very best

100% live disco revue. See you on the dance floor!

Unravelling Wilburys

Sat 29 th Oct | 7.30pm

£21.50

Playing the country-rock songs of the

Traveling Wilburys, the band also steal

some choice numbers from its five iconic

members; Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, George

Harrison, Bob Dylan and Jeff Lynne.

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Dec

Festive Gertcha

Monday 19 th Dec | 7pm

Single Pie: £25 | Double Pie: £28

A fun filled Cockney knees up with top Chas and Dave

tribute band Gertcha and Pie and Mash by F.Cooke of

Bishop’s Stortford. Food will be served from 7pm with

a choice of Turkey, Beef or Vegetarian pies and a Mince

pie for dessert. The Music will start from 7.45pm - All

the Chas and Dave classics with a festive twist!

Jack And The Beanstalk

Sat 3 rd Dec - Mon 2 nd Jan

See Website for full details

Join Jack for a fantastic high-flying adventure of giant

proportions. You can expect the very best toe-tapping

tunes, fabulous costumes and hilarious cast of

characters to entertain you in this timeless classic.

The director and writer of 2019’s Sleeping Beauty

returns with a pantomime that promises to be full

of beans!

Grotto

Coming this December

See Website for full details

Santa enjoyed seeing you all so much last year he has left the

elves preparing the toys whilst he makes a visit back to South

Mill Arts this holiday season. Start your festive adventure with

a fun craft activity before making your way up to see Father

Christmas. Not only will you receive a special gift, but you will

also hear a festive story from Santa himself. Your visit will

end with delicious hot chocolate and cookies in the Malting’s

Bar - the perfect treat to end a magical experience.

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Midweek Music

Autumn 2022

Clean Sneak | Wed 21 st Sept

Charlie Turner | Wed 5 th Oct

Alex Veitch | 30 th Nov

7.30pm | £6.50

Relax on a Wednesday evening in the Maltings bar

while listening to the very best from the vibrant

local music scene.

EXCEPTIONAL LIVE MUSIC!

7.30pm | £15

Last Tuesday of each month

13 th Sept | 25 th Oct

22 nd Nov | 20 th Dec

Usually held on the last Tuesday of

the month, Retunesdays are hosted

by Retune, a Bishop’s Stortford-based

charity that inspires young people to

improve their mental well-being through

creative outlets such as music and

the arts.The night offers a safe and

welcoming space for artists to share

songs and experiences, celebrating

creative expression in all its forms. Acts

range from emerging local talent to

acclaimed international performers,

as well as house band The Retuners.

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Community

We are delighted to host

performances and events

from our local community

this Autumn.

Art and Soul from Dance Jam

Sun 2 nd – Sat 15 th Oct

LiveWire

Sun 16 th Oct

The Herts & Essex-based school of rock has four schools in

the area and brings all their students together twice a year

for a charity concert, raising money for Grove Cottage.

Bishop’s

Stortford

Means

Business

A one day event

60 local businesses

Over 250 on the day

Excellent networking

WEDNESDAY 19th

OCTOBER 2022

Creat ing business

opportuni t ies

since 2001

Visit www.bsmb.co.uk for more information

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Xpression Dance presents

‘Everybody Dance Now’

Sat 5 th Nov | 2.30pm & 7pm

Xpression Dance pupils present a showcase of songs and

dances from pop music to some of the most loved musicals!

Creating

business

opportunities

since 2001

Forte Performing Arts

Sun 20 th Nov

A showcase sharing the talents and joy of performing by our

students from Pre-school to Professional

18/08/2021 17:45


Community Theatre

An exciting program from our local Amateur Dramatic companies

“TINSEL-TASTIC.

A HEARTFELT HIT

FOR ALL AGES”

The Times

SPARKLE & SHINE NAZARETH

ONE NIGHT ONE MOMENT SHE’S THE BRIGHTEST STAR

Nativity! The Musical

By BSA Performing Arts

Wed 9 th - Sat 12 th Nov | 7pm

2.30pm matinee Sat | £20 | Concs: £18

Your favourite festive film is now a new musical adapted for

the stage by the creator of the films. Every child has one

Christmas wish, to star in a Nativity, and at St Bernadette’s

School they’re attempting to mount a musical version! Only

trouble is, Mr Maddens has promised that a Hollywood

producer is coming to see the show to turn it into a film!

Join him, his teaching assistant Mr Poppy, hilarious children

and a whole lot of sparkle and shine as they struggle to

make everyone’s wish come true.

Kipps – The New Half A Sixpence

Musical by BSMTC

Tue 15 th Nov - Sat 19 th Nov

7.30pm | 2pm matinee Sat

£19 | Under 16s: £15 (sat matinee only)

The award winning Bishop’s Stortford Musical

Theatre Company make a welcome return to the

stage this November with their dazzling production

of this reinvented musical. The show has been

returned to its literary roots (H.G Wells

‘Kipps – The Story of a Simple Soul’). A treat

for the eyes as well as the ears with this bright,

cheerful, nostalgic, romantic and energetic

production which is suitable for all the family.

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Live

Cinema

As the weather gets cooler, come

along to our cinema and join us

for some of the best performances

from the Royal Opera House. Enjoy

a drink at the bar before the show,

relax and enjoy the live screening.

Live Screenings | £16.50

Concs: £12.50

ROH: Madama Butterfly

Tue 27 th Sept | 7.15pm

‘Love cannot kill: it brings new life.’

On a starlit night in Nagasaki, these are the

words spoken by American naval officer Pinkerton

to young geisha Cio-Cio-San. But as they both

learn, words and promises carelessly spoken

can have indelible consequences.

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ROH: Mayerling

Sun 9 th Oct | 2pm

Inspired by dark and gripping real life events, this

Royal Ballet classic depicts the sexual and morbid

obsessions of Crown Prince Rudolf leading to the

murder-suicide scandal with his mistress Mary

Vetsera. The oppressive glamour of the

Austro-Hungarian court in the 1880s sets the scene

for a suspenseful drama of psychological and

political intrigue as Rudolf fixates on his mortality.


ROH: La Boheme

Wed 26 th Oct | 7pm

Paris, 1900. Penniless writer Rodolfo believes

that art is all he needs – until he meets Mimì,

the lonely seamstress who lives upstairs. So

begins a timeless love story that blooms, fades,

and rekindles with the passing seasons. But

while the couple’s friends Marcello and Musetta

passionately row and make up, a force greater

than love threatens Rodolfo and Mimì.

ROH: The Nutcracker

Thu 8 th Dec | 7.15pm

Join Clara at a delightful Christmas Eve party

that becomes a magical adventure once

everyone else is tucked up in bed. Marvel at the

brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s score, as Clara and her

enchanted Nutcracker fight the Mouse King and

visit the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Prince in the

glittering Kingdom of Sweets.

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Standard

Screenings

Standard Screenings

£7.50

Catch what the big screen has

to offer! Visit our website for the

latest listings from September.

Timeless Tuesdays

Classic Film Screenings

Monthly on Tuesdays

£7.50 | Carer Tickets Free

Our Timeless Tuesday screenings provide

a welcoming and supportive environment

to enjoy classic films. Key features include:

more lighting, no adverts, a 15 minute

interval. Moving around and noise is also

acceptable. Ticket price includes a free

hot drink and biscuits!

Herts Musical Memories is a Hertfordshire charity

that delivers singing sessions for people living

with dementia and their carers. For those with

memory problems, singing familiar songs helps

connect them to their memories. We’re delighted to

team up with Herts Musical Memories before our

Timeless Tuesday screenings. Gathering in the

auditorium shortly before the feature starts, we’ll

warm up your voice with a few exercises and sing

through a well loved song from the film!

Fiddler on the Roof

Tue 20 th Sept | 2pm

A milkman attempts to maintain his

religious and cultural traditions as outside

influences encroach upon his family’s lives.

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Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-5pm

Saturday 10am-4pm

Guided Tours

First Saturday of each month

11am | Free | Booking essential

Join us for a free guided tour of the museum displays.

This is a free event but booking is essential. Attendees

to meet in reception by 11am.

Sat 3 rd Sept | Sat 1 st Oct

Sat 5 th Nov | Sat 3 rd Dec

Walks

Rye Street

History Walk

With Chris Connell,

Museum volunteer

and researcher

Grim and Gruesome

Stortford

Walk with

Steve Mustill

Sun 18 th Sept | 2pm

Sun 30 th Oct | 2pm

Free | Booking Essential

Free | Booking Essential

Find out more about the history of the central section of

Rye Street and surrounding area, from Roman remains,

a multitude of pubs, to the Cottage Hospital and a

Victorian retail entrepreneur and local philanthropist.

Meeting point - Grange Paddocks car park (CM23 2HH)

The market town of Bishops Stortford holds many dark

secrets. Starting from St. Michaels church, join me in

unearthing some of the more gruesome facts about the

town ranging from Saxon myth to Victorian crime and

punishment. Meeting point - St Michael’s Church

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Lunchtime Lectures

Eric Ravillious - paintings

from RAF Sawbridgeworth

Tue 18 th Oct | 12.30pm

Free | Booking Essential

Lunchtime talk

by Chris

Connell

Tales from the Tower

Tue 20 th Sept | 12.30pm

Free | Booking Essential

Lunchtime talk

by Alan Padgett,

B. Stortford

bell ringer

Alan Padgett has been researching the history of the bells

at St. Michaels for the Bell Restoration project. Along the

way he has discovered fascinating information about the

bells, bellringers, Church wardens and rebellious builders,

putting it together in a book, ‘Tales from the Tower’, which

also includes a brief history of the art of English bell ringing

over the past 600 years.

2022 marks the 80 th anniversary of the death of Eric

Ravilious, at the age of 39. He was a prolific painter,

wood engraver, book illustrator and designer. He became

an official war artist and his penultimate assignment

was at RAF Sawbridgeworth in the summer of 1942.

Images of Stortford

relating to WWI

Wed 16 th Nov | 12.30pm

Free | Booking Essential

Lunchtime

talk by

David Clare

With this talk we will take you for a walk down the

memory lane with a slide show giving today’s views

of places in the town with connections to WWI.

Trails

Be a Museum Explorer! Pick up your free Trail sheets on the 1 st floor museum

Aimed at children, ages 5-10

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Kid’s Trail

October - Travelling Through Stortford

Find the transport artefacts in the museum

and use the local map to see how travel has

changed our town.


Kids Crafts

We’re On The Move

Tue 25 th & Wed 26 th Oct

Free Drop in between 10am and 2pm

Make a paper aeroplane and launcher, colour

a canal art plate and create your own 1795

river token. Try out our new transport rubbings

table and learn how changes in travel have

shaped our history.

Happy Halloween!

Sat 29 th Oct

Free Drop in between 10am and 2pm

Make some Halloween decorations and find

the spiders in the museum. We’ll also be telling

a witchy story with colouring activity at 10am,

11am and 12pm for the under 5’s.

Storytime

First Wednesday of each month

10.00am | Free

Join us for storytime at the museum. Enjoy a story,

songs and some colouring or craft.

Wed 7 th Sept

What if you had a pet dinosaur? Find out how the

little girl in our story looks after hers.

Wed 5 th Oct

Can you dance like Gerald the Giraffe? Join us for

a story and some giraffe colouring.

Wed 2 nd Nov

Is Tomek telling fibs about the animals getting

in his way? Is there really a goat in his coat?

Wednesday 7 th Dec

Rhino has an itch – who can help him?

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Autumn 2022

September

Date

Event

Price

Time

Category

Fri 2 nd Sept

The British Carpenters

£24

7.30pm

Live Music

Sat 3 rd Sept

Museum Guided Tour

Free

11am

Museum

Sat 3 rd Sept

Upbeat Beatles

£24

7.30pm

Live Music

Wed 7 th Sept

Storytime

FREE

10am

Museum

Friday 9 th Sept

Uncle Funk

£24

8.30pm

Live Music

Sat 10 th Sept

The Opera Boys: A Night

At The Musicals

£23.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Tue 13 th Sept

Retunesday

£15

7.30pm

Live Music

Thu 15 th Sept

Henry Blofeld

£24

7.30pm

Celebrity

Sat 17 th Sept

Through The Rain: A Celebration

Of Barry Manilow

£23

7.30pm

Live Music

Sun 18 th Sept

Rye Street History Walk

Free

2pm

Museum

Tue 20 th Sept

Tales from the Tower

Free

12.30pm

Museum

Wed 21 st Sept

Midweek Music: Clean Sneak

£6.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Friday 23 rd Sept

Vincent Simone

– Tango Passions

VIP: £58.50 | Premium:

£34.50 | Standard: £31.50

7.30pm

Dance

Tue 27 th Sept

ROH: Madama Butterfly

£16.50 | £12.50

7.15pm

Live Screenings

Fri 30 th Sept

Ultimate Boy Band

Party Show

£23.50

7.30pm

Live Music/

Entertainment

October

Date

Event

Price

Time

Category

Sat 1 st Oct

Museum Guided Tour

Free

11am

Museum

Sat 1 st Oct

Women In Rock

£22.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Wed 5 th Oct

Storytime

Free

10am

Museum

Wed 5 th Oct

Midweek Music: Charlie Turner

£6.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Fri 7 th Oct

Terry Deary’s Twisted Tales

£19.50 | £17.50

7pm

Family

Sat 8 th Oct

Both Sides Of Phil Collins

£25.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Sun 9 th Oct

ROH: Mayerling

£16.50 | Concs: £12.50

2pm

Live Screenings

Fri 14 th Oct

Down For The Count Presents

A Century Of Swing

£24.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Tue 18 th Oct

Eric Ravillious – Paintings

from RAF Sawbridgeworth

Free

12.30pm

Museum

Fri 21 st Oct

The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars

£26.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Sat 22 nd Oct

The Neil Diamond Story

£25

7.30pm

Live Music

Sun 23 rd Oct

Amazing Bubble Man

£14

2pm

Family

Tue 25 th – Wed 26 th Oct

We’re On The Move

Free

10am – 2pm

Museum

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Date

Event

Price

Time

Category

Tues 25 th Oct

Retunesday

£15

7.30pm

Live Music

Wed 26 th Oct

ROH: Boheme

£16.50 | Concs: £12.50

7pm

Live Screenings

Fri 28 th Oct

Miss Disco

£21.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Sat 29 th Oct

Happy Halloween

Free

10am – 2pm

Museum

Sat 29 th Oct

Unravelling Wilburys

£21.50

7.30pm

Live Music

Sun 30 th Oct

Grim and Gruesome

Stortford Walk

Free

2pm

Museum

November

Date

Event

Price

Time

Category

Wed 2 nd Nov

Storytime

Free

10am

Museum

Sat 5 th Nov

Museum Guided Tour

Free

11am

Museum

Wed 9 th Nov – Sat 12 th Nov

Tues 15 th Nov – Sat 19 th Nov

Nativity! By BSAPA

Kipps – The New Half A Sixpence

by BSMTC Snrs

£20 | Concs: £18

£19

7pm | 2.30pm

Mat on Sat

7.30pm | 2pm mat

on Sat

Community Theatre

Community Theatre

Wed 16 th Nov

Images of Stortford

Free

12.30pm

Museum

Tues 22 nd Nov

Retunesday

£15

7.30pm

Live Music

Wed 30 th Nov

Midweek Music:

Alex Veitch

£6.50

7.30pm

Live Music

December

Date

Event

Price

Time

Category

December

Santa’s Grotto

TBC

TBC

Family

Wed 7 th Dec

Storytime

Free

10am

Museum

Thu 8 th Dec

ROH: The Nutcracker

£16.50 | Concs: £12.50

7.15pm

Live Screenings

Sat 12 th Dec

Museum Guided Tour

Free

11am

Museum

Mon 19 th Dec

Festive Gertcha

Single Pie:

7pm

Live Music

Tue 20 th Dec

Retunesday

£15

7.30pm

Live Music

Sat 3 rd Dec - Mon 2 nd Jan

Jack and the Beanstalk

From: £21

Full schedule

on website

Pantomime

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Coming soon

The Adult Panto - Cinderella

and her Naughty Buttons

Thu 5 th Jan | 7.30pm

£21.50 | Concs (over 60s): £19.50

The Market Theatre Company are out to corrupt

another fairy-tail classic beyond recognition with

an Adult Panto like no other. The company of 3

actors return to bring you an evening of corny jokes,

raunchy plots and blatant sexual innuendo using

a minimum of set props and costume. Get ready

for another evening of slick, fast-moving, farcical

fun for adults only. Not suitable for under 16s.

Top Secret: The

Magic Of Science

The Duran Duran

Experience

Thu 13 th Apr | 2pm

£14 | Family: £52 £21.50

Fri 24 th Feb | 7:30pm

Hang on to your seats as we transform the venue into

a real life science laboratory. Experience the non-stop

action packed interactive magical science experiments

that will capture the imagination. Top Secret is a fast

moving colourful magical science show filled with

mystery, suspense and lots and lots of mess!

The most authentic sounding Duran Duran tribute band in

the UK. The band comprises of five professional musicians

with years of performance experience at the highest level

across Europe. An exceptional live act with the highest

level of musicianship present the music of Duran Duran

to meticulous detail of sound and presentation.

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