Tuesday 17 September
Sackville Theatre   6.15pm
Tickets £10 (bookings of 12+, £5)   Book Tickets

Luke Rollason's 'Planet Earth III' is a low-budget, one-man nature documentary set in a future where our worst predictions came true – following ecological collapse, thousands of endangered species are extinct, including the BBC. But one plucky (and unpaid) intern isn’t giving up, and right on the programming schedule,and we’re getting series three. Armed with obsolete office supplies and a surreal imagination, nature’s weirdos are brought back to life by the ‘hugely entertaining’ (Chortle) Luke Rollason.

"an ever-playful hour of silliness from a fertile comic mind" (Chortle)

"amazingly entertaining" ★★★★★ (Ed Fest Mag)

"made me cry with laughter" ★★★★ (Broadway Baby)


SSTC Senior Playpresent

The Moon and Mrs Herschel

Monday 7 to Wednesday 9 October
Sackville Theatre   7.30pm
Tickets £10, £7 concessions   Book Tickets

In 1781 an amateur maker of telescopes identifies the seventh planet of the solar system, and starts to change astronomy for ever. But few people know the vital role his sister plays in his work until she starts to make her own discoveries.  In 1969 an aeronautical engineer steps on the moon, while in a London suburb a teenage girl from a poor family dreams of becoming an astronomer. The Moon and Miss Herschel is about how the stories of science are told, and about the role of women in those stories.


Box Tale Theatre Co present

Turn of the Screw

Wednesday 6 November

Sackville Theatre   7.00pm

Tickets £10    Book Tickets

“Nobody but me, till now, has ever heard. It’s beyond everything. Nothing at all that I know touches it.” Award-winning Box Tale Soup present a new adaptation of Henry James’ disturbing story, featuring puppetry and a haunting original soundtrack.

At an isolated estate, a young governess arrives. Before long she fears there is something darker in the depths of Bly House, and battles to save the children from the mysterious figures who seek to corrupt them. Edinburgh Fringe 2018 sell-out show.“They are wonderful.” The Times  “..their shows feel like collectors’ items.” The Stage★★★★★ 


Sevenoaks School present

A Night at the Movies

Thursday 28 and Friday 29 October
Pamoaj Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £10 & £7 concessions   Book Tickets

New for this term – a wonderful combination of iconic film music coupled with dramatic acted moments from some of your favourite movies. Using the talents of the Foundation and Symphony Orchestras, plus the Wind Band, Big Band and Sevenoaks Strings – we aim to bring to life the thrills and drama of the big screen. Highlights include sequences from Brief Encounter, Disney, The Pink Panther and the ubiquitous 007 – so something for everyone!


42nd Street - The Musical

Sunday 12 January
Pamoja Hall   2pm
Tickets £13 & £11 (concessions)    Book Tickets

Filmed live at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, 42nd Street, the legendary Broadway musical theatre classic, is a ‘glorious’ (★★★★★ Express) and ‘utterly moreish extravaganza of glitz’ (★★★★★ Times). Telling the story of Peggy Sawyer, a talented young performer with stars in her eyes who gets her big break on Broadway, this is the largest ever staging of the Tony® Award-winning musical and it was filmed live at the magnificent Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in the heart of London’s West End. Fresh off the bus from small-town America Peggy is just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. But when the leading lady gets injured, Peggy might just have the shot at stardom she’s always dreamed of… Directed by the show author, Mark Bramble, this ‘achingly beautiful revival of an American classic’ (★★★★★ Telegraph) stars national treasure Bonnie Langford as Dorothy Brock, Tom Lister as Julian Marsh, Clare Halse as Peggy Sawyer and Philip Bertioli as Billy Lawlor, performing with a dazzling tap-dancing and show-stopping ensemble cast. Featuring iconic songs 42nd Street, We’re In The Money, Lullaby Of Broadway, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, Dames and I Only Have Eyes For You, this is pure musical magic on the big screen – entertainment doesn’t get bigger than this!

Running Time: 142 minutes (including one 10-minute interval)