Events at The Village Hall

ANOTHER GREAT NIGHT COMING UP! Limited to 40 tickets….

Organised by, the Village Hall Committee (or its sub-group):

Friday 4th February 2022 (subject to any Covid restrictions in place at that time): get ready to Tango!

Tango Calor will take you on a journey from the backstreets of Buenos Aires to the salons of Paris

This trio has performed for tango milongas (dances) around the country and has played in festivals such as WOMAD and Glastonbury in the UK and La Ghironda in Italy. Indira Roman is one of the great stars of Latin music in the UK. She has sung all around Europe with artists such as Roberto Pla, performing the music of her home town Havana, Cuba. 

In this show she gets to explore her other love, the great love songs of Argentine tango. Mirek Salmon is one of only a few bandoneon players in the country. This instrument (Argentine concertina) is the true sound of tango and this will be a rare opportunity to see it played live.

This show will appeal to young and old and moves from high energy latin rhythms to the heartbreaking songs of Carlos Gardel. Suitable for both those who like to dance and those who want to sit and drink it all in.

Tickets are now available and cost of admission will include tacos & tortillas food & tequila or soft drink (Adults £20; Child £15; Family 2+2 or 1+3 £60). 

(Limited tickets will also be available  by online booking on the Take Art website.

If you would like your contact details added to the advance ticket mailing list for the professional events at the village hall then please email

Most Recent Professional events booked via Take Art:

Thursday 16th December 2021 David Mynne, veteran Cornish actor and a founder member of Kneehigh, presented a one-man performance of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

“Joy to all mankind? Bah!”

We spent a spellbinding evening with Ebenezer Scrooge: a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, clutching, covetous, old miser! David played all the parts in such a realistic way that the entire audience were transported back to the 1840’s. Together with mulled cider and festive nibbles the entire show was a complete sell-out success, with Covid protocols followed for a safe and very festive evening. 

Sunday 22nd August 2021 late afternoon village picnic and Circus acts this was a wonderful outdoor event with thrills & spills.



Friday 31st January 2020 Harbottle & Jonas folk duo accompanied by Annie Baylis, with a buffet supper.


Husband and wife duo David Harbottle (guitars) & Freya Jonas (harmonium & squeeze boxes), were accompanied by fiddle playing friend Annie Baylis, when they played to the sell-out audience in the village hall. Playing tracks from their recently acclaimed latest album, their 4th, ‘The Sea is My Brother’ as well as earlier compositions and borrowed numbers, the trio entranced the Lamyatt gathering with some excellent musicianship and harmonies. The haunting story of Hallsands (South Devon) was well told through the music as were a number of other tales of the seas. A lovely evening with some scrumptious food as always served in the interval.

See below for other past professional events – many, but not all, through the exceptional Take Art Rural Touring Programme.

REGULAR CLASSES/EVENTS – note that due to restrictions brought in by the Coronavirus pandemic, that these regular classes and events may pause from time to time and not take place. Check with organisers.

Wednesday Bridge Lessons 9.15am-1.30pm. Charge applies.

Wednesday Pilates 9.30-10.30am – please contact Claire Meek on 07715 552241 or  Charge applies.

1st Saturday of the Month Coffee morning 10.30-noon. Donations for the Church

Every so often a Pub Night is held in the Village Hall – usually on a Friday or Saturday night so that villagers and friends can get together. Free entry and cash bar.

Once a month Film Nights over autumn/winter 7.00pm-10.00pm hosted by different villagers, with Film preceded by Supper. Look out for details on village e-mail, website. on village noticeboard, or hall noticeboard. Pre-booking and payment needed for supper. Usually £7.50 including supper or £5 for Film only.

Lamyatt Fete is held most summers – a bit of fun in the field adjacent to the hall (by kind permission of Ern & Jen) and fully utilising the hall as well. Look out for the date and if you live in the village offer to run a stall, or help set up and take down.


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.


See reviews below from previous years


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.

The Hall is also available to rent for private functions – please contact Simone Ash on 07971 631976 or . Please note that parking by the hall is very limited so if intending to book the hall for a large private event you will need to make contact with a local farmer/land-owner to arrange suitable field parking.


We are very fortunate to have hosted some excellent professional performances since the Hall was extended. Many of these, but not all, have been through the assistance of the Take Art programme. Read on for reviews of some fantastic artists bringing their music and drama, or story-telling to Lamyatt!

2016 Review:

  • Live theatre performance by Chris Fogg productions of ‘Tree House’ November 2016

2017 Reviews:

2018 Reviews:

2019 Reviews:

  • Kali – Emily Hennessey & Sheema Mukherjee gave an excellent performance of Indian storytelling accompanied by sitar music
  • Will Finn & Rosie Calvert– the duo played some intriguing music using keyboards, steel pan and banjo, with close harmonies
  • Pip Utton brought his one man production of ‘At home with Will Shakespeare‘. He transported us back to that time when the pressure was on Will to produce yet another play…A truly spellbinding performance.

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