What's on

Contact us on 01275 873405 or admin@clevedoncommunitycentre.org.uk for any room or restaurant bookings, the office is only currently open

when we have people using the centre but emails and messages will be monitored and we will respond as soon as we are able to.

Please scroll down for details of events taking place in Princes Hall, Prescott Bar and the Community Centre...

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 What's on


FRIDAY|SATURDAY PRESCOTT BAR

The Prescott Bar is a warm and friendly lounge bar available for private events and functions with a great selection of wine, beer, cider, gin and other spirits available including Butcombe Brewery products.


The Prescott Bar is open most Friday & Saturday nights from 7.30pm-11.00pm 

Call 07920 444033 to book your table.





26|09|21 CLEVEDON MUSIC CLUB 

This will be a dazzling performance given in the Princes Hall by the internationally acclaimed Bochmann String Trio: Michael Bochmann, violin, Carol Hubel-Allen (viola); David Powell (cello). The programme includes music by Schubert, Beethoven, Boccherini, Vaughan Williams, Foulds a fine tango and some special encores.


3.00pm on Sunday 26th September in Princes Hall Admission to the concert costs £10, payable by cash or cheque at the door.  The event will be subject to Covid measures in force at Princes Hall including the need to wear a mask until seated. To book and check details, please be sure to phone 01275 875262 or 01275 879099 in advance.



30|10|21 HALLOWEEN QUIZ

Come along to the quiz night and have a great evening with quiz master John Dempsey, teams/tables of up to 6. £2.00 per head.


8.00pm til late in Princes Hall/Prescott Bar. Email admin@clevedoncommunitycentre.org.uk or call 01275 873405 to book.






25-27|11|21 LIVING SPIT'S FRANKENSTEIN

Two souls inextricably linked. One, a tortured and tenacious genius. The other, a hideous creature made up from bits of other people’s bodies.

 

Yes, Howard and Stu are back for Living Spit’s unique take on Mary Shelley’s gruesome gothic horror, Frankenstein.

Geneva, Switzerland, 1823. Deeply affected by his mother’s untimely passing and the death of Greg, his pet hamster, undergraduate Victor Frankenstein comes up with a plan. Using all of his best science-y skills, he endeavours to conquer death, once and for all – by creating life itself! But will his creation be to his liking? Or has Victor unwittingly made a huge mistake?

With original music, preposterous puppets, grotesque gags and diabolically desperate dance-moves, this rib-ticklingly raucous monster of a show will leave you in stitches.


Thursday 25th, Friday 26th & Saturday 27th November 2021 in Princes Hall 

Tickets available from www.theatreshop.org.uk/shows




19|10|21 CLEVEDON MUSIC CLUB 

Clevedon Music Club is excited to be hosting a performance by outstanding musicians Nicholas Shipman (clarinet) and Stefan Hofkes (piano) when they will play music by composers including Rossini, Debussy and Bliss as well as piano music by Rachmaninov and others.  Nicholas Shipman has performed in top London venues including Wigmore Hall and Barbican Hall, and has given concerts throughout the UK, Europe and the USA.  Stefan Hofkes studied in the Netherlands and London before performing as a pianist in major venues in the UK and Europe as well as conducting operas and orchestras including the Bristol Concert Orchestra and the Reading Symphony Orchestra. 


7.30pm on Tuesday 19th October in the Teignmouth Room (9) There is no Club membership fee and everyone is warmly welcome. Admission to the concert costs £10, payable by cash or cheque at the door.  The event will be subject to Covid measures in force at the Community centre including the need to wear a mask until seated. To book and check details, please be sure to phone 01275 875262 or 01275 879099 in advance.




16|11|21 CLEVEDON MUSIC CLUB 

Béla Hartmann, international pianist, return with a programme to include Bach’s Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue BWV 903, Beethoven’s Sonata No. 28 in A, Op. 101 and a fresh look at Brahms.


7.30pm on Tuesday 19th October in the Teignmouth Room (9) There is no Club membership fee and everyone is warmly welcome. Admission to the concert costs £10, payable by cash or cheque at the door.  The event will be subject to Covid measures in force at the Community centre including the need to wear a mask until seated. To book and check details, please be sure to phone 01275 875262 or 01275 879099 in advance.







22|01|22 NORTHERN SOUL - RESCHEDULED DATE

This event has been rearrange for the above date, all tickets purchased previously are valid, if you are not able to make this date please contact Ian Gray iangray218@yahoo.co.uk for a refund.