ONE OFF PRODUCTIONS
We have held a number of ticketed professional events since the new hall extension opened in May 2016. These augment the longer standing outdoor Shakespeare performance held at speeds Farm every summer. A number of the events in the hall are part of the Somerset Take Arts ‘rural touring programme’, which helps bring live theatre, song and dance to the villages and smaller towns. Some of the productions sold out so early booking of any future events is advised.
Full Take Art programme for Jan-June 2018 here
EVENTS for Spring/Summer 2018
Saturday 19th May Scratchworks Theatre Group presents ‘The Great Train Robbery’
(This date replaces the cancelled ‘snowed off’ 2nd March date). Box office now open. Please contact Pat Horler to book and pay for tickets: email@example.com
Saturday 23rd June (Open air venue) Shakespeare ‘The Winter’s Tale’. Box office open soon.
Friday 20th July Singer/songwriter Steve Tilston in concert. Box office opens late April via firstname.lastname@example.org
The Village Hall hosts a number of events throughout the year in addition to the professional touring theatrical/music productions, these include Film & Supper Club events, Coffee Mornings, Village Fete, Harvest Lunch, Easter Egg Rolling and PCC meetings. Watch out for details of these regular events on this website and on the Village Noticeboard and Village Hall noticeboard. Ask Caryl Joyce if you want to receive the Village e-mail that announces all news and events relevant to Lamyatt.
For information on Pilates (Wednesdays 9.30 – 10.30) please contact Claire Meek on 07715 552241 or email@example.com
For information on Yoga please contact Anna Sheard on 07714 267546 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hall is also available to rent for private functions – please contact Simone Ash on 07971 631976 or email@example.com
PAST PROFESSIONAL EVENTS REVIEWED
We are very fortunate to have hosted some excellent professional performances since the Hall was extended. Here are details of the 2016 performance by Chris Fogg productions of ‘Tree House’ November 2016 together with brief reviews of the 2017 performances by Clive Carroll February 2017 and by Kate Dimbleby September 2017