Events


October 2020


Saturday 10 October 2020
Don’t Go Into The Cellar presents Strictly Sherlock

After the terrific success of The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes, we return with this follow-up stage play. Join the king of the detectives as he brings to life those three startling cases, The Sussex Vampire, The Creeping Man and The Devil’s Foot!

Jonathan Goodwin returns as Sherlock Holmes, in a show scripted by himself and co-directed by Goodwin and Gary Archer.

Tickets £12 from Box Office in advance and at theatre on night.


November 2020


Friday 6 November – Simon Elliott – Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar was Republican Rome’s greatest warlord, a towering figure in world history. In this talk historian, archaeologist and broadcaster Dr Simon Elliott will discuss his new book in which he sets out how Caesar came to dominate the age in which he lived. He will talk about his early life, his political career, and his military conquests which included two incursions into Kent in 55 bC and 54 BC.

Tickets £4 from Box Office in advance and at theatre on night

Saturday 14 November 2020

The Foundry Men present The Ingoldsby Tales

Tickets £10 from Box Office in advance and at theatre on night

19 November 2020

Important Announcement
The Jerseys are moving their show to 2021 – 15th October 2021. Please retain your tickets – they will still be valid for the same seats.

If you do want a refund, please ask at Sheppy Glass in person – a refund will only be given in exchange for your tickets.

Apologies for any inconvienience.

Saturday 28 November 2020  Memory Lane present
tba – postponed

Tickets £tba from Box Office in advance and at theatre on night


December 2020


tba


January 2021


29 January 2021

Beauty and the Beast

Tickets £tba from Box Office in advance and at theatre on night


February 2021


Friday 5 February 2021

Janys Thornton talk on local news from WW1

Friday 5 March 2021
Chris Reed talk
The Rise and Fall of Lady Emma Hamilton

Chris Reed will tell the story of the rise and fall of Lady Hamilton – the original celebrity Diva. From prostitute to aristocracy and the Lover of Britain’s Greatest Hero, back to obscurity and a paupers grave.

Tickets £4 from Box Office in advance and at theatre on night

Saturday 3 April 2021
Queen Will Rock You

Tickets £19.50 from Sheppy Glass

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Biffa awards supports theatre

Biffa Awards have granted Sheppey Entertainments Association £6,194 to install a new energy efficient boiler in the theatre. The old boiler was over 40 years old. The new boiler is far more efficient and has helped us to both cut our fuel bills and our carbon footprint.

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