Show Changes

Rescheduled Shows

An Evening with Aggers & Tuffers moved from Friday 1st October 2021 to FRIDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 2022

Blake Live in Concert moved from Friday 17th September 2021 to SATURDAY 9TH JULY 2022

Buddy Holly & The Crickets moved from Friday 8th October 2021 to SATURDAY 16TH JULY 2022

Go Now! The Music of The Moody Blues moved from Saturday 23rd October 2021 to SATURDAY 14TH MAY 2022

Barry Steele in The Roy Orbison Story moved from Friday 13th August 2021 to FRIDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2021

Showaddywaddy moved from Saturday 16th July 2022 to SATURDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 2022

The Real Thing moved from Friday 16th July 2021 to FRIDAY 3RD JUNE 2022

One Night with Queen moved from Friday 25th June 2021 to SATURDAY 2ND OCTOBER 2022

Cancelled Shows

Thunder – The First 50 Years on Friday 12th November 2021

The Chicago Blues Brothers on Saturday 20th November 2021

For more information on rescheduled and cancelled performances please see our News Page

Re-opening to Full Capacity

Frome Memorial Theatre are very pleased to re-open with full capacity shows. 

For our Coronavirus Policy please click here for for more details.

Our History

The theatre opened in 1925 as a memorial hall in memory of those who fell in the 1st World War. During the 1930’s seating was installed to accommodate audiences for the ever growing popularity of cinema and traded as “The Grand”. Our theatre is now the focal point for not only remembering the fallen of the 1st World War but also World War 2 and other conflicts. The annual Remembrance Service in November is held at the theatre.

The Assembly Rooms (formally known as the Hexagon Suite) were added to the complex during the 1970’s funded from the sale of the Frome Water Works to Bristol Water. Throughout the 1980’s and 90’s the Memorial Hall was little used and began to fall into disrepair; and the local authority planned to demolish it and build houses.

This promoted enormous public outcry. A group formed with the sole intention of saving the hall and using it as a theatre and assembly rooms for community purposes, staffed only by volunteers – the rest as they say ‘is history’ Today the enterprise goes from strength to strength, and the theatre forms part of multi purpose leisure complex, including the Frome Assembly Rooms, which are also available for private hire.

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