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2023 will be the year of the clocktower! In a few months’ time, visitors will be able to climb our spiral staircase to the top of the tower. From there you can take in the magnificent views of the town and surrounding landscapes Discover Trinity’s history, from our very beginning, as Tunbridge Wells’ first parish church, right through to the 1970s when the vision and hard work of local heroes saved the building from demolition and turned Trinity into the theatre it is today Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect:
Twentieth Century Trinity
this century saw Trinity prosper at the centre of its community as ‘the spiritual heart of Tunbridge Wells’.
In 1825, the local great and good came together to found a parish church. But why did the town need one? Who was Decimus Burton, and why is his architecture so special to Tunbridge Wells? Also, have a look at the amazing view from the top of Decimus’ tower!
Decline Of The Church
The second half of the twentieth century truly saw Trinity in peril But some parishioners still stayed loyal, such as John and Diane, who began the journey of their lives together as Trinity ended its own as a church
A Theatre Is Born
We know the 20th century brought doom and gloom for Trinity but all was not lost The curtain closed on a church, but opened on a theatre and arts centre. Find out about our journey, from the fight to save the building to our first ever season of performances in 1982…and beyond!
Little Angel Theatre with Ian Nicholson & Sam Wilde Presents:
"Wonderful work which celebrates the possibilities of theatre" - The Guardian
Pinocchio is carved on stage, brushes become a fox and the shadow of two saws transforms into a giant shark. An element of improvisation makes each performance unique to its audience.
From the books by Jon Klassen, illustrated by Jon Klessen and published by Candlewick Press
Saturday 1st April 12pm & 2pm Tickets £14 (£12 Concs)
Liza Pulman’s Streisand show played West End runs to packed houses and five-star reviews. Now she returns with her brand new show and album The Heart Of It. Liza is also one third of the hugely successful satirical comedy trio Fascinating Aida, with whom she sells out theatres nationwide.
Sunday 2nd April 7:30pm Tickets · £25
Full Price: £11
Child (15 & Under): £7
Full Price: £13
Child (Under 15): £9
2 for 1 tickets on Wednesday evenings for Members
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Goldilocks and The Three Bears
Roll up! Roll up! Join us for ‘The Greatest Show On Earth’ as KD Theatre Productions & Harlow Playhouse present their brand new production ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’.
This Hilarious and Spectacular Pantomime style show will include some of the very best seasoned performers, top circus & speciality acts as well as all the ingredients of a family show that KD Theatre Productions have become known for: high energy choreography, loveable characters, colourful set and costumes and an opportunity for the audience to meet the characters after the show!
Wednesday 5th April 1pm & 4pm £12 (£10 Under 15)
Nick Cope has been writing and recording his beautiful and unique songs for children and their families for over 10 years, he performs with his guitar and animations to sell-out crowds all over the country. He has an incredible fan base from all over the UK which has just grown immeasurably over the last year due to the phenomenal success of his CBeebies show Nick Cope’s Popcast.
Nick Cope’s live performances are legendary! He has a fanatical army of little and not so little fans from all over the world, if you haven’t heard his songs or seen his shows before come and find out what you’re missing.
Saturday 8th April 11am £12
I Want My Hat Back Trilogy
Following their hit digital series on Little Angel Theatre’s YouTube channel, and a sold out run at their venue, lockdown sensations Ian Nicholson and Sam Wilde are back, showcasing their trademark cardboard design across the UK on the first ever tour of I Want My Hat Back Trilogy!
Tuesday 11th April 11am & 2pm £12
Trinity Comedy Club
We still deliver the best on the comedy circuit, with national acts keen to get on our stage in Tunbridge Wells after the Edinburgh Fringe So break the boredom of the working week, join our rapidly growing group of followers and kick back in our theatre with a glass of something cold for a night to remember
Alex Kealey & Tom Houghton
Alex is a stand-up comedian who mixes smart political material with selfdeprecation and relatable observations.
Tom is the ultra-privileged master of making the seemingly unrelatable, relatable. As seen on Comedy Central and Channel 4’s First Dates
Saturday 8th April 8pm
Save The Date
Thursday 11th May
Thursday 22nd June
Thursday 6th July
£22 (Meal & Show) £15 (Show)
Thursday 13th April 2pm £12 10.
Mister Magnolia has many things, such as an old trumpet that goes rooty-toot, some fat owls, who are learning to hoot, a big purple dinosaur, who’s a magnificent brute, two sisters who play the flute, and even a swimming pool with chute!
Friday 14th April 8pm £15 (£13 Concs)
Chris McCausland: Speaky Blinder
Rapidly rising comedy star Chris McCausland hits the road this spring with his stand-up show Speaky Blinder - a show about life and family, with loads of other nonsense thrown in for good measure.
Does life ever become overwhelming? Do you bemoan the stresses and strains of parenthood, a busy career, the rat race or everyday existence? Well, imagine having all that but being blind too. Chris McCausland is that man
Saturday 15th April 8pm £19 (£17 Concs)
Thursday 20th April 7pm £22 (£21 Concs) (£17 Under 15) M
"A joke heavy show with gags a plenty" - The List
Saturday 22nd April 7:30pm £16 (£14 Concs) (£13 Under 15) M
£22 (£21 Concs) (£17 Under 15)
★★★★ "A dazzling show... full of imagination and flair" - The Guardian
"A spellbinding show that leaves the audience gasping in disbelief"The Wee Review
Friday 28th April 8pm
£18 (£16 Concs) (£16 Under 15)
NO JACKET REQUIRED
Join the UK’s leading Phil Collins tribute as they return to celebrate their 20th Anniversary. A spectacular two hour show from this fantastic 11 piece band, featuring tracks from Phil’s solo career and his time with Genesis. Expect to be transported back to the 1980s to relive those hit packed concerts in the company of this acclaimed band fronted by Collins soundalike Dave Whitehouse.
Saturday 6th May 8pm £20 M
"Awesome as always"
Hailed by critics and fans alike as a one of the finest songwriters of his generation, Dean Friedman has achieved legendary, pop-icon status for chart-topping hits, Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia, McDonald’s Girl and more. A consummate entertainer, Friedman will be performing songs from throughout his four decade career, including familiar, radio hits and fan favourites
Grab yourselves some V.E.P (Very Enthusiastic Person) tickets and get access to; Dean Friedman's warm up, sound check, meet & greet and photo-op.
Tuesday 9th May 7:30pm £27.50 (£47.50 V.E.P)
The Magic of Science
This is your opportunity to surround yourself with the mystery of magic, cleverly fused with wondrous and miraculous feats of science.
Top Secret is fun and entertaining for the whole family to enjoy along with inspiring and educating every young budding magician and scientist.
Sunday 14th May 2pm
£14 (£12 Concs)
"The perfect balance of humour and heart"
- South Western Times
Former professional cricketer Jack gives his team talk, but wickets fall like a ticking time bomb and the anecdotes from the ashes of his career prove less than inspirational…
As Jack pads up to be the last man in to go out and save the day, ‘Jack's Ashes’ offers a humorous insight into the mental frailties that can cloud the mind and the distractions that can lead to ruin.
"A compelling, heartfelt and pleasantly humorous performance that packed a punch for audience members from all walks of life" - The Western Australian
Friday 12th May 7:30pm £18.50
Thursday 18th May 7pm
Sunday 21st May 2pm
£22 (£21 Concs) (£17 Under 15)
★★★★★ M 16.
An Evening with "The History Guy" Dan Snow
TV presenter and podcasterDan Snowwill talk about his career from travelling historic battlefields with his Dad, to anecdotes fromThe One Showsofa and his recent adventures searching for Ernest Shackleton’s shipEndurancein the Antarctic.
Over a 20 year television career, Dan—The History Guy— has made many programmes for the BBC, Discovery, Channel 5 and most recently his new online history channel, History Hit TV. He has interviewed royalty, visited over 80 countries and filmed on battlefields past and present.
Friday 19th May 8pm £25 (£45 for a pair)
Royal Tunbridge Wells Orpheus Male Choir
The Royal Tunbridge Wells Orpheus Male Voice Choir is excited to perform at Trinity again, with a wonderful selection of songs from musicals, pop classics, modern and traditional pieces sung with its unmistakeable rich harmonies. Come, sit back, relax, and enjoy am evening’s entertainment comprising great sounds from a rich variety of musical genres.
Saturday 20th May 7pm
(£17 Under 15)
(£12 Concs) (£10 Under 15s) (£40 Family) 7:15pm
Join the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons Theatre Company for a riotous Regency rom-com! Meet misguided matchmaker Emma as she tries to play Cupid in this hilarious yet faithful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s satirical story This fast-paced, physical and funny show is filled with romance, music and The Pantaloons’ own charming brand of theatrical chaos.
Award winning guitarist MARTIN TAYLOR has established a unique musical career as an internationally acclaimed musician, and his inimitable style has seen him recognized as the world’s foremost exponent of solo jazz guitar playing.
As well as his solo concerts and recordings, he has also collaborated with musicians from many different musical genre including, Stephane Grappelli, Jeff Beck, Gary Burton, Chet Atkins, Bill Wyman, George Harrison, Dionne Warwick, Diane Schuur and Jamie Cullum
one of the most awesome solo guitar players in the history of the instrument. He’s unbelievable" – Pat Metheny
Friday 26th May 8pm £22
"A cleverly adopted, joyous comic make over of the treasured story" - The Stage
Saturday 27th May 7:30pm £18 18.
"He out-shred’s all of us put together….I’ve never seen anything like it" – Jeff Beck
"A triumph... dazzling duo from Clownfish Theatre" - Adelaide Advertiser ★★★★★
“The hero next door was excellent. The children were engaged throughout!” - Teachers Reaction
From the award winning author of The Boy At The Back Of The Class, Onjali Q. Raúf MBE; The Hero Next Door is a celebration of difference, friendship and working together to do the right thing.
Meet Musa, a refugee; Haley, an autistic girl who adores frogs; and would-be bully Melody. This unlikely bunch come together to save an elderly neighbour from a con-woman posing as a carer, with thrilling and hilarious results.
Thursday 1st June 3pm & 6:30pm £14 (£12 Under 15s) M
Atttenborough And His Animals
"A beautiful deliverance of theatrical comedy" - All About Entertainment ★★★★★
The magic of David Attenborough live! A blue whale swims through the depths. Racer snakes pursue an iguana across the desert. Two hapless fools recreate wonderful scenes of the natural world.
Friday 2nd June 7:30pm £16 (£14 Concs) M
Griff Rhys Jones: The Cat's Pyjamas
"Great comedy" - The Telegraph ★★★★
Griff Rhys Jones is back on the road with his much-anticipated brand new stand-up tour for 2023. Join Griff as he shares more funny observations and comic stories.
"The jokes come faster than the rapids on the River Tay" - The Guardian
Saturday 3rd June 8pm £24
Thursday 15th June 7pm £22 (£21 Concs) (£17 Under 15) M
"Subtle. Intelligent. Perceptive. Observant. And very, very funny" - Herald Sun
It’s been a long wait for the globe-trotting Scot and his ever-growing fanbase. But, 2023 sees the return of Danny Bhoy to the UK stage with his brand-new show ‘Now Is Not A Good Time.’ Don’t miss this internationally renowned and critically acclaimed comic, who regularly sells out tours all around the world with his unique brand of observational storytelling.
Friday 16th June 7:30pm £21
Local poets in one of the town’s best-loved venues: what could be better than that for a community festival offering “poetry for all, big or small”?
Last year’s event attracted a capacity crowd and introduced poets from Eastbourne, Hastings, Brighton and London as well as featuring publications and projects from local collectives. From eco-poetry to humorous verse, there really was a sonnet for everyone! This year’s event promises to be even bigger and better, so reserve your space in the café while you still can.
Saturday 17th June 12pm
"Danny Bhoy is at his brilliant best" - Herald Sun
Free Entry To Be Confirmed
Richard Durrant's Midsummer Tour
There is no one in music quite like Mark Harrison. He is widely considered one of the most original and interesting artists around. His highly individual, all-original music has taken him to some of the top venues and festivals in the UK, attracting acclaim wherever he goes.
"Everyone should be talking about Mark Harrison" - Classic Rock Magazine
Sunday 18th June 7pm £10 (£8 Concs)
Durrant guitar originals, choice moments from the acoustic/classical repertoire and Bach on the ukulele. Richard performs this wonderful music each summer travelling by bicycle to venues the length of the British Isles. Connection with the land is central to his work including his acclaimed albums Stringhenge, Rewilding and The Sleep of a King.
"My New Favourite Guitarist" - BBC6 Music
Friday 23rd June 7:30pm £20 (£17 Concs) (£17 Under 15)
Looking For Me Friend: The Music of Victoria Wood
A funny and touching tribute to this much loved and sorely missed national treasure. Written and performed by BBC1’s All Together Now star, Paulus, ("King of Cabaret" - The Stage) this brand-new show sees him in a fresh light as a lifelong fan and devotee of the Queen of Comedy
Celebrate her unforgettable characters, songs and sketches and the power of friendships forged through laughter. From Mrs Overall to Barry & Freda Directed by Sarah-Louise Young (An Evening Without Kate Bush) with Michael Roulston (Fascinating Aida) on the piano.
Saturday 24th June 7:30pm £22
Winners of the Best Children’s Presentation at Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2021 along with the highly coveted Children’s Choice Award (Runner Up) at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016.
“Circus and acrobatic show perfect for families" - Edinborough Festival For Kids
“An hour of pure thrilling entertainment" - Sunday Mailing Edinborough
Rub-a-dub-dub, The Dummies are here with some splish splashing circus set to drown you in tears of laughter. The Splash Test Dummies are off on an exciting adventure of oceanic proportions! With a brilliant array of catch-your-breath stunt work, dazzling acrobatics, dexterous juggling and side-splitting, slapstick comedy, the Dummies are ready to roll out their beach towels and spring into an exciting hour of circus-filled hilarity for the whole family.
“This show has everything and is just plain joyous" - The List UK
Tuesday 4th July 6pm
Wednesday 5th July 2pm & 6pm
£18 (£15 Concs) M
From successes in Las Vegas, the Royal Variety Show and his own TV series, magician Wayne Dobson returns to the stage with a magic show unlike any you’ve seen before. Combining eye-boggling tricks and Wayne’s special brand of comedy, The Wayne Dobson Show is not to be missed.
Saturday 8th July 7:30pm £20
Thursday 13th July 7pm £22 (£21 Concs) (£17 Under 15) M
vaudeville, circus and comedy With a seductive, sizzling (and sometimes very silly) cast hand selected by Hundred Watt Club's Lena Lenman, this show is a noholds barred, full throttle journey into the wonderful world of showgirls, spectacles & songbirds.
Friday 14th July 7:30pm
"Staggeringly talented" - Charlie Andrew (Producer for Madness & Alt-J
Passionate and inventive songwriting from singer/composer/multiinstrumentalist Richard Navarro and duo partner Nicholas Thurston. Expect an entertaining, virtuosic set spanning guitar-based contemporary folk, intimate piano balladry and catchy, beat-driven soul as Richard (vocals, violin, keyboards) and Nicholas (guitar, double bass) perform their thoughtful and uplifting originals against a backdrop of cinematic animation and artwork.
Saturday 15th July 8pm £16 (£14 Concs)
To Be Confirmed
TTC PRESENTS TTC PRESENTS
I say chaps! Wot a Top-Hole Show!
Three actors, twelve characters, much silliness and a dog!
Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th
Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd
2:30pm & 7:30pm
Opening Night Offer
2 Tickets for £28.
Use the code: TTC2023
When a perfectly delightful trip to the countryside takes a turn for the worse, aristocratic buffoon Bertie Wooster is called on to reunite his newt-obsessed pal, Gussie FinkNottle with his hosts drippy daughter Madeline Bassett, steal a silver cow creamer for his demanding Aunt Dahlia, whilst trying to avoid a severe beating from the scary despot Roderick Spode who clearly has got it in for both Gussie and Bertie. If Bertie, (ably assisted by his ever dependable but long-suffering manservant Jeeves and Aunt Dahlia’s doddery old butler Seppings), can’t pull off the wedding of the year, he’ll be forced to abandon his cherished bachelor status and marry the ghastly Madeline himself! Can Bertie survive all these farcical misadventures? Will he escape marriage? Does he avoid a beating? Or can Jeeves save the day?
It's Perfectly Spiffing Nonsense!
an amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books
Sunday 3rd September 1:30pm & 4pm £16 (£14 Concs) M
Join Five Star Swing for an evening of the famous songs spanning Sinatra’s career from the Tommy Dorsey band to Hollywood plus Vegas’ “Rat Pack” to recordings with the Count Basie band… Swing ‘n’ Sinatra is a journey through the decades of this unforgettable genre, with the greatest singer of its time!
Thursday 7th September 7:30pm £22 M
Paul Zerdin: Puppetman
"A ventriloquist at the top of his game… with a show so polished it shines" - The Scotsman
The America's Got Talent winner is taking a brand-new show on the road in a major UK tour taking place in Autumn 2023
Join Paul as he returns to the stage alongside Sam, Albert, Baby, Roger the bodyguard and many more favourites. As seen on Tonight At The Paladium, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, The Royal Variety Performance, among numerous other TV credits in the UK and across the globe.
Saturday 9th September 8pm £20
- The Guardian
"Technically immaculate, it's what he does with his slick talent that really sets him apart"
Thursday 14th September 7pm £22 (£21 Concs) (£17 Under 15) M
Puccini’s tragic story of doomed love among the impoverished young bohemians of late 19th century Paris. Four young men are living the youthful dream, yearning for love and not working too hard. Then Mimi knocks on the door.
The story follows the lovers as their passionate affair unfolds, from its joyous beginnings to the bitter end. Puccini’s thrilling, passionate love story captures the raw, consuming power of young love.
Friday 15th September 7:30pm £25 M
Ultimate Dinosaurs with Ben Garrod
Snug & Grub Catch a Bug
Snug and Grub live safely underground in their earthy heap. One day they pop out from under a rock to see some googly eyes peering through the grass. What on earth is it? and who can catch it first? But beware, something is hovering in the blue sky ready to swoop down… A wonderfully wiggly adventure for all the family .
Sunday 17th September 2pm £13 (£11 Concs)
Ultimate Dinosaurs is the hit sold-out stage show starring dinosaur aficionado Dr Ben Garrod. Get ready to go on an exciting pre-historic adventure as Ben talks you through the deadliest predators that ever roamed the planet. Yes dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex, Allosaurus and Spinosaurus would have walked or swam right where you are now!
Pitting the knowledge of unwitting parents against their all-knowing kids, Dr Ben presents an interactive, educational and highly entertaining show using film footage from the BBC's 'Planet Dinosaur’. So come and test your knowledge against Dr Ben in this hit live interactive show which is bigger and better than ever.
"I would highly recommend this show to anyone with a small person that loves dinosaurs!" - Families Online
Saturday 23rd September 2pm £17 (£15 Concs)
ROMEO ROMEO ROMEO & & & JULIET JULIET JULIET
The friar proposes a plan: Juliet must consent to marry Paris; then, on the night before the wedding, she must drink a sleeping potion that will make her appear to be dead. Juliet will be laid to rest in the Capulet tomb, and the friar will send word to Romeo in Mantua to help him retrieve her when she wakes up.
Only it doesn't work.
“An inspiration for modern playwrights in preserving the sensitivity and subject matter of such a classical piece” - The Stage
Thursday 28th September 7:30pm £18 (£16 Concs) (£16 Under 15) M
Now in its sixteenth successful year touring the UK, Broadway and Beyond is a thrilling and entertaining mix of musical wit from the most popular musicals of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Broadway and Beyond will set your feet tapping, your heart singing and leave you wanting more. A dazzling performance not to be missed!
Saturday 30th September 8pm £22 (£20 Concs) M 32.
Compagnie le Fils du Grand Réseau presents
The Ice Hole: A Cardboard Comedy
"Serious Theatre Magic" - New York Times
Moliere Theatre Award winner, 2022.
In a language no-one understands, a great actor recounts an epic journey from the fjords of Iceland to the depths of the Faroe Islands Cursed by the mermaid he once caught accidentally, he is aided by one fellow performer and a thousand pieces of cardboard.
In the spirit of Monty Python with a twist of Laurel and Hardy, the theatrical acrobatics from these virtuoso performers will make you howl with laughter.
May contain nudity
"Incredibly Funny" - Le Parisien
Mark Thomas in England and Son - Work in Progress
A play written by Ed Edwards and directed by Cressida Brown
Set when The Great Devouring comes home, England and Son is a one-man play written specifically for the award winning political comedian Mark Thomas.
With some deep, dark laughs - and some deep, dark love - along the way, England and Son emerges from characters Mark knew in his childhood and Ed's lived experience in jail. Prepare for Mark to take you on a kaleidoscopic odyssey where disaster capitalism, Thatcherite politics and stolen wealth merge into the simple tale of a working class boy who just wants his dad to smile at him.
Friday 7th July 7:30pm
Age 12+ Age 14+ 7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm June June June
photography by Fabienne Rappenneau
Based on the Disney film written by Jennifer Lee and directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee
Friday 1st December 7pm
Saturday 2nd December 10:30am & 4pm
Sunday 3rd December 10:30am & 4pm £12.50 (£10 Concs) (£10 Under 15)
Music & Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez
Book by Jennifer Lee
This amateur production by presented in arrangement with Music Theatre International All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI www.mtishows.co.uk
Trinity Theatre holds more than just shows. The Clocktower Bistro is open Monday - Saturday 10am3:30pm in the heart of our award-winning community venue Food service occurs between 12pm and 2:30pm. We pride ourselves on serving sustainable, local and nourishing meals.
Lunch at Trinity Theatre doesn’t just mean sandwiches or soups, our small plates and large plates go down a treat with our regulars! Alongside a new and updated menu every month, we will have Trinity classics as well as new additions.
All our food is made fresh to order, using the finest locally sourced ingredients. We use local businesses, for example Rusbridge Family Bakery & Fuller’s Butchers, who supply our wonderful bread and meat produce.
If you would like to reserve a table, please contact: email@example.com
Our menu changes monthly, but here's what you can expect to find
S M A L
P L A T E S
Small and speedy meals to help quench your hunger.
Seasonal Soup with Rusbridge Bakers Bread V / Vg
Quiche with Coleslaw and Salad Garnish V
For those that have a large hole to fill. You'll always find a pasta, fish, veggie or meat dish So no matter your taste buds, there'll be something to fill you up
Fuller's Gloucester Old Spot Sausages with Creamy Mash, Onion Gravy, Carrots and Peas
Traditional Spaghetti & Meatballs in a Tomato Sauce
A quick snack to keep you going. All sandwiches are served with a salad garnish, along with a choice of granary, white and gluten free bread.
Brie & Cranberry V / GF
Home Cooked Honey Glazed Ham & Mustard
A classic, British lunch meal, served with a salad garnish
Cajun Chicken GF
Cheese & Coleslaw V / GF
Tuna Mayo & Red Onion GF
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Our Corporate Partners ·
The support Trinity receives from our Corporate Partners allows us to deliver a wonderfully rich and varied programme of events, performances, and exhibitions. By offering exclusive benefits, Trinity helps these local businesses enhance relationships with employees, and clients. We highly value the friendships we have built up with our Partners, and are grateful for their continued support.
Our Corporate Supporters ·
Trinity’s Corporate Supporters pay an annual fee, and have access to benefits which help them to promote their businesses to Trinity’s audiences. We tailor these benefits to suit their objectives, and to keep the scheme as flexible as possible. Some companies work on improving their digital content, whilst others hire our wonderful venue for corporate entertaining. We are constantly working together, and thinking of ways to enrich and develop our collaborations. We are open to new ideas and happy to explore creative opportunities with you! for more information.
Box Office Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday 10am-3pm, and one hour before performances.
Tickets can be purchased in person or over the phone on 01892 678 678 during Box Office opening hours, and online at trinitytheatre.net. When booking online or over the phone, there is a booking fee. As a member you will never pay booking fees.
Where advertised, concessions are available to those in full time education, senior citizens (60+ years), Go! Card holders, and the registered disabled. Children’s tickets are for age 15 and under. School and group discounts are available on some events – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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All tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable, and subject to availability. All information is correct at the time of going to print but the management reserves the right to alter or cancel an event without prior notice. Trinity Theatre cannot accept responsibility for the content of any theatre events it does not produce itself. For our full terms & conditions, please see trinitytheatre.net
Customers with access requirements may use the ramp at the rear door to the foyer. Carers go free and guide dogs are welcome. Hearing assistance headsets are available upon request.
To minimise disruption, latecomers may be admitted at the discretion of the management at a suitable point in the performance.
There are several pay and display car parks located nearby. We also have our own pay and display car park adjacent to the theatre. Please note overnight charges apply. Trinity has a limited number of parking spaces, with two reserved spaces for Blue Badge holders (no charge for badge holders). Any vehicles parked in breach of the displayed parking conditions will be issued with an excess charge notice. Trinity does not receive any financial or other benefit from these charges.
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No Jacket Required
The Musical Jr
The Hero Next Door Attenborough & His Animals
Griff Rhys Jones: The Cat's Pyjamas
The Ice Hole: A Cardboard Comedy
The Ice Hole: A Cardboard Comedy
The Ice Hole: A Cardboard
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Martin Taylor Jane Austen's Emma Matilda
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Comedy National Theatre Live Danny Bhoy Pop-Up Poetry Mark Harrison Live Trinity Comedy Club Richard Durrant's Midsummer Tour Looking For Me Friend: The Songs of Victoria Wood 3pm & 6:30pm 7:30pm 8pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 7pm 7:30pm 12pm 7pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm July Tue 04 Wed 05 Wed 05 Thu 06 Fri 07 Sat 08 Thu 13 Fri 14 Sat 15 Wed 19 Thu 20 Fri 21 Fri 21 Sat 22 Sat 22 Fri 28 Fri 28 Splash Test Dummies Splash Test Dummies Splash Test Dummies Trinity Comedy Club Mark Thomas in England and Son - Work in Progress Wayne Dobson National Theatre Live Hundred Watt Club Richard Navarro TTC Presents: Jeeves & Wooster TTC Presents: Jeeves & Wooster TTC Presents: Jeeves & Wooster TTC Presents: Jeeves & Wooster TTC Presents: Jeeves & Wooster TTC Presents: Jeeves & Wooster Aladdin Kids Aladdin Kids 6pm 2pm 6pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 7pm 7:30pm 8pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 2:30pm 7:30pm 2:30pm 7:30pm 4pm 6pm
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