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Coming Soon

  • The Wind in the Willows

    Following Alice and Cinderella, Creation Theatre return for their third Christmas at The Mill. Read more

  • St. Agnes Fountain

    Returning to The Mill this Christmas! Come and see St. Agnes Fountain live in concert performing the release of their new studio album. As the fans say, "Christmas Starts with St. Agnes Fountain!" Read more

  • Dry

    The Wilsons maybe middle class and middle aged but there is nothing middling about their alcohol intake. Can they keep the ‘toxic' out of ‘intoxicated' and keep the family together, or is it a case of sorrows drowned? Read more

  • Mistero Buffo

    Dario Fo's one-man masterpiece gets a timely re-staging in this physical tour de- force, packing in over a hundred characters and taking a hilarious and controversial view of the Bible's best known stories. Read more

Latest Live Events Added

  • Phil Nichol – Your Wrong

    Your Wrong questions the nature of understanding and explores our modern day need to be right about everything. Read more

  • The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

    This screening will feature a new original score performed live by acclaimed soundscapers Minima “one of the leading bands accompanying silent film in Europe” - Robert Rider, Head of Cinema, Barbican Centre, London. Read more

  • People

    BCP are one of the first amateur companies to perform this funny and touching play after it completed its National Theatre tour in 2015. Read more

  • Vestige / Meeting

    Wayne Parsons presents a sensitive and rousing double bill of Vestige and Meeting in an evening exploring the theme of memory. Read more