What’s On This October at Trinity?
Nights are getting that little bit shorter and the temperature’s gradually starting to drop, it’s starting to feel very wintery out there… reason alone to kickstart your family outings at Trinity this October. We are ready, armed with cups of warming cream topped hot chocolate, memorable Malbec, and a host of smiles!
We’ve chosen a handful of delights to highlight for you, but with so much going on in these four walls and beyond, make sure to take a look at our full listings using the What’s On button at the top of the page!
Tunbridge Wells Puppetry Festival are in town, and with puppetry for all ages coming to Trinity, including Stephen Mottram’s The Parachute and Half a String’s Puppet Van Presents The Lost Colour, this is your chance to immerse yourself in a number of truly world-class, masterful puppetry experiences.
Following almost directly after the crescendo of the festival, Trinity Theatre Club are back with a bang, proudly presenting Clive Francis’ ingenious and lively adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic adventure: The Hound of the Baskervilles! Running from the 19th – 23rd October, you can join Sherlock’s trusty companion Dr Watson on the terrifying and gripping journey from 22B Baker Street to the eerie Baskerville Hall… The game’s afoot!
We’ve got big names this Autumn, but one who stands out from the crowd is staff favourite, comedy magician, Pete Firman, who brings his re-scheduled new show, Bag of Tricks. One of the most popular magicians on the circuit, come and experience his trademark blend of laugh-out-loud comedy and jaw-dropping magic live on our stage.
“The best magic tricks in the Universe” – The Independent.
Alongside both our Senior Cinema and Young Film Programmers initiatives, screening The Italian Job and Howl’s Moving Castle respectively, as a Halloween special we’re opening our doors to a little magic, marking its 20th anniversary with a screening of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Fancy-dress is majorly encouraged and all ticket holders will receive a bag of goodies inspired by the film – but one lucky witch or wizard will find a Hogwarts letter in theirs and win a money-can’t-buy limited edition Fantastic Beasts print made by Mina Lima, the graphic designers behind the Harry Potter franchise!
Jazz Brunches are back! Our Kitchen & Bar is the heart of our award-winning venue, it’s the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of Tunbridge Wells town centre. We welcome Café Society back to our Foyer Stage, and with a superb Brunch Menu courtesy of our Kitchen & Bar, these are events not to be missed! We strongly advise booking as our Jazz Brunch events are incredibly well-received, especially if you’re joining us for a special occasion. To book your table, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your requested arrival time and how many people you’d like to book for – bookings will not be confirmed until a member of our friendly Kitchen & Bar team has responded with a confirmation.