Welcome to Sharnbrook Mill Theatre
We produce four in-house shows each year in our historic theatre which was converted from an old mill. Alongside our productions, we host social events and workshops for members and welcome bands, dance schools and professional artists to our venue. Find out more here.
Our theatre was recently awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, equivalent to the MBE and the highest award a UK voluntary group can receive.
Current activities and COVID-19
Tickets are available for performances from 21st June, based on current Government guidelines relating to COVID-19 and theatre openings. If this guidance changes, all tickets will be cancelled and refunded. The reduced number of seats available will be offered to customers who have already booked, with priority being given in the order of booking. Any remaining tickets will then go on general sale.
Saturday, 22nd May - Outdoor Coffee Morning - 10.30am-12noon
Bring a chair and a flask and something to wrap round your legs for an Outdoor Coffee Morning at Sharnbrook Mill Theatre. This will be the first in-person event we've run since December, and it will be great to see you!
BOOKING ESSENTIAL (numbers limited to 30 in accordance with Government regulations)
1st-3rd July - Men of the World
Larry, Stick and Frank, three coach drivers, share their experiences of passengers on previous trips to exotic locations such as Folkestone, and getting stuck in the Channel Tunnel for hours. The affection, frustration and black humour in their observations emphasises that you can take the lad out of Yorkshire, but not Yorkshire out of t’lad.
This play is a co-production by Sharnbrook Mill Theatre and Cytringan Players.
27th July - 30th July
The Mill Youth Summer School is back for 2021!
You can find out all about the special arrangements for this year on our Summer School homepage.
4th & 18th September
An Introduction to the Alexander Technique for Actors
We are delighted to be welcoming Roy Palmer MSTAT for two workshops on the Alexander Technique for Actors this September. The physical benefits of the Alexander Technique are obvious for an actor. Any tension, no matter how slight, will compromise your performance. That same tension will challenge your movement and prevent the natural gestures that make your character believable. The course objective is for actors to recognise the factors that underpin performance, and learn practical techniques to improve them.
Saturday 4th September 2pm - 4.30pm - 18 years +
Saturday 18th September 2pm - 4.30pm - 13-18 year olds
Limited spaces - £15 per person.
- We are delighted to announce that tickets for our co-production of Men of the World are now available. You can …
An Introduction to the Alexander Technique for Actors – workshops for Youth and Adults – this SeptemberWe are delighted to be welcoming Roy Palmer MSTAT for two workshops on the Alexander Technique for Actors this September. …
- Youth Lead, Kathryn Rose, caught up with Imogen, our Youth Performance Ambassador, to hear about what it’s like to be …
- Mill performer Julie Futcher caught up with Issac, our Youth Tech Ambassador to hear about what it’s like to be …