Booking Tickets Information Update
From 9th May 2022, we will be updating our ticket booking fees
For more information please visit: Booking Tickets
IMPORTANT CANCELLED SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT
We are sorry to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances
The That’ll Be The Day 35th Anniversary Tour performance for Friday 27th May 2022 has been cancelled
The Box Office will contact all ticket holders to offer seats for the Saturday 28th May 2022 performance.
If you can’t make the 28th May 2022 performance a refund will be offered.
The Box office is open Monday to Saturday 9.30 – 1.00pm or call 01373 462795
We apologise for any inconvenience caused
RESCHEDULED SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT
We are pleased to announce that the new rescheduled date for An Evening with Aggers & Tuffers will be FRIDAY 7TH OCTOBER.
All tickets will be automatically be transferred to the new date.
Please keep hold of your tickets as they will be valid for the new date.
If you can no longer make the new date, please contact the Box Office to arrange a refund.
The Box Office is open Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 1.00pm call 01373 462795.
We are sorry to announce that Martin Hughes Games & Iolo William’s Wildlife Road Trip which was due to take place on
Saturday 26th February has been RESCHEDULED.
The new date will be SATURDAY 19TH NOVEMBER.
All purchased tickets will automatically be transferred to the new date.
PLEASE KEEP HOLD OF YOUR TICKETS.
If you can no longer make this date please contact the Box Office who will be able to arrange a refund.
Box Office is open Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 1.00pm call 01373 462795
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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.