Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Christmas at Town Hall Arts

Christmas at Town Hall Arts

With Christmas fast approaching we have a few events coming up to bring the year to a close. Jack Frost and A Christmas Carol by Dickens are shows that are sure to get you feeling festive. The shop is filled with gifts and cards so please do come in and have a look. We are closed for Christmas from 4pm on December 23rd and reopen on 9th January.

Thank you for your support throughout 2016. We will keep you updated with our next season of events and hope to see you in the new year.

Wishing you a joyful festive period, from all at Town Hall Arts.

The Shop at Trowbridge Town Hall

Open Monday - Saturday 10am - 2pm

The Shop at Town Hall Arts is an artist run collective shop selling an eclectic mix of works. Items include cards, ceramics, jewellery, prints & more. In the lead up to Christmas there's a lovely selection of decorations, as well as unique handmade items that would make perfect gifts.
To keep up to date with the shop please visit @TheShopAtTownHall on Facebook.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Friday 16 December        7:30pm          £11 (Conc: £9)

So Charles Dickens described what has become one of the best loved of all Christmas stories. During the last twelve years of his life Charles Dickens toured Britain and the USA reading his writings professionally to his adoring public. The most popular of all these readings was ‘A Christmas Carol’. In this almost totally candlelit performance Pip Utton recreates those readings using the script adaptation of the story made and used by Charles Dickens himself. 

Jack Frost

Saturday 17 December      11am & 3pm (relaxed performance)     £10 (Conc: £8)

Moon On A Stick transform the stage once more using their unique combination of light play, song and visual theatre to reimagine this well-known Nordic legend. A playful production perfect for children 3+

We are pleased to be able to offer a relaxed performance at 3pm, ideal for families with children who are nervous of the theatre, find being still and quiet for long periods of time difficult or have a Special Educational Needs or Autism.