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Published on November 8th, 2021 | by The Town Crier

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Coming up at Trinity Theatre

From our team undertaking Mental Health First Aid training to our gardening volunteers winning THREE gold awards from Royal Tunbridge Wells in Bloom, we’re always looking for the next way to improve on what we can offer to you, our audience, our community and our theatre family. With the nights getting that little bit shorter and the temperature gradually starting to drop, it’s starting to feel very wintery out there… that’s reason alone to kickstart your outings at Trinity. We are ready, armed with cups of warming cream topped hot chocolate, memorable Malbec, and a host of smiles.

October finishes in style with a 20th Anniversary Screening of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, marked with goodie bags, fancy dress and one lucky witch or wizard taking home an exclusive Hogwarts letter and a money-can’t-buy prize, before November opens in truly sensational form with Día De Los Muertos Night, an evening celebrating Day of the Dead and exploring its importance through incredible food, drink (Margarita Masterclass anyone?) and Disney Pixar’s animation sensation, Coco. There’s even mentions of a certain spy coming to town. Bond… James Bond?

With the festivities beginning, you won’t need to head to the city for a large-scale professional Christmas production this Winter, we’ve got the one for you right here on your doorstep! Mark Twain’s classic story, The Prince and The Pauper, will be brought to life in front of your very eyes on our Tunbridge Wells stage, Jemma Kennedy’s adaptation and direction from our new Artistic Director, Sean Turner, ensuring that the show storms into vibrant multicolour life!

We’ll be announcing a free Christmas performance of The Prince and the Pauper, with tickets exclusively allocated to NHS and key workers and their families, but a production like this doesn’t come for free, and as a charity and community organisation we’re looking for help to fund this community cause. Whether you’re a business owner and would like to discuss corporate opportunities, or you’d just like to pay it forward and show your gratitude to the marvellous people who looked after us all, please email Sara@trinitytheatre.net to discuss how you can get involved.

We’d love to see you soon, why not pop in to try our new-daily changing menu? Want to know what’s on here this Winter? Take a look at www.trinitytheatre.net or call us on 01892678678.

Standalone Funding Call

The best things in life are free! Well, they certainly can be if you’re an NHS or key worker, with an exclusive performance just for you.

We’ll be announcing a date for our free Christmas performance of The Prince and the Pauper, with tickets exclusively allocated to NHS and key workers and their families, but we need your support to help us fund this. Whether you’re a business owner and would like to discuss corporate opportunities, or you’d just like to pay it forward and show your gratitude to the marvellous people who looked after us all, please email Sara@trinitytheatre.net to discuss how you can get involved.


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