SSTC present Years 7 and 10 production

NORSE! By Jim Grant

Wednesday 22 June to Saturday 25 June
Sackville Theatre  7.00pm
Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)   BOOK NOW

NORSE! Long Ships, Tall Stories. Come on a journey through the nine worlds of Norse Mythology. See what happens when Odin and the gods of Asgard rebrand themselves. Sevenoaks School Theatre Company's Middle and Lower School Production tackles the questions the Vikings couldn't handle: who stole Thor's hammer? Is Springsteen a rock giant? How do you ride an eight-legged horse? And what on earth is Ragnarok? IT'S EPIC! (And a bit silly.)



Sir Willard White in concert

Sunday 26 June  
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £25   BOOK NOW

Sir Willard White returns to the Pamoja Hall, and is joined by soprano Sylvia Kevorkian and pianist Eugene Asti to perform a scintillating and wide ranging selection of aria, lieder and musical theatre song.



Martin Taylor Pre-concert Workshop

Thursday 30 June
Pamoja Hall   4.00pm
Tickets £5 (or free with evening concert ticket)

Martin will talk about and demonstrate his approach to solo playing and improvisation, and is aimed at all those curious about how to develop a 'flexible' approach to playing. If you are a young guitarist and wish to participate during the workshop, contact John Levett


Martin Taylor in Concert

Thursday 30 June
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £25     BOOK NOW

Award-winning guitarist Martin Taylor will perform a dazzling solo concert combining virtuosity, emotion and humour with a strong, engaging stage presence.


A rare talent and one to be not simply appreciated but treasured - Sir Michael Parkinson



Tales of Wonder

Friday 1 July   
Recital Room  7.30pm
Tickets £15 (£12 concessions)   Book Now

A mixed vocal and instrumental recital in which professional musicians draw from the classical cannon, tales of scintillating places and exotic characters,sensual and spine-chilling by turn. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we shall begin.

Vincent Barrella, Piano accompanist: Anthony Dawson, Tenor: Jane Dawson, Violin: Alison Gent, Flute: Mary Methuen, Piano: Anita Strevens, Cello: Helen Walker, Soprano.



Rick Wakeman

Sunday 3 July
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £25    BOOK NOW 

Rick Wakeman has led a rich and varied life, which has included collaborations with David Bowie, Cat Stevens and Elton John, not to mention his own band worldwide tours and TV appearances on Watchdog and Grumpy Old Men. Join him as he recounts hilarious and unlikely anecdotes from a life rarely dull for Rick and for those around him.


Judd Summer Concert

Tuesday 5 July
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £7   BOOK NOW

The centrepiece of the Judd Music Department Summer Concert will be the choral suite from Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. The School Choir and Symphony Orchestra will be augmented for this by alumni, parents, friends of the school and invited guests. The evening will also include performances from all of the school ensembles, as well as excerpts from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat by year 7 students, building to a finale from Vivaldi's Gloria.


The JPA Academy presents

If Only You Would Listen

Sunday 10 July
Pamoja Hall   2.15pm & 6.00pm
Tickets £12 (£10 under 16s)  BOOK NOW

THe JPA Academy presents a dynamic theatre showcase with extracts from hit West End and Broadway shows, featuring Les Miserables, Grease, Mary Poppins, Hair, The Drowsy Chaperone, Jersey Boys, The School of Rock and more. Starring their talented students, aged 5 to 18.


Lydian Orchestra present


Sunday 17 July
Pamoja Hall 7.30pm
Tickets £12 (£6 under 21s)   BOOK NOW

The Lydian Orchestra was founded in 1976 by June Clements to give talented young musicians in West Kent the opportunity to play together. It is the players themselves who organise the orchestra, resulting in a close-knit community which achieves high-level performances. Forty years on, the Lydian continues to give three acclaimed concerts a year, at Christmas, Easter and Summer, in Sevenoaks and Tonbridge. The Lydian 40th Anniversary Concert programme will include Britten's Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnol and Shostakovich's Symphony No.5, conducted by Nils Schweckendiek. Former Lydians are especially welcome to attend.