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.
Friday, 29th January at 8pm - Communication workshop
To help combat loneliness and support mental health and well-being, we are running a free drama/communication workshop.
Led by experienced Drama teacher, director and long-term Mill member Paul Wildman, this one-hour workshop will use games and exercises to devleop trust, listening and uncover your storytelling skills.
This online workshop, for adults only, will be facilitated in a supportive, friendly and fun environment.
Saturday, 20th February - Virtual Coffee Morning
Every third Saturday of the month, we will be holding a Virtual Coffee Morning on Zoom, from 10.30am to 12 noon.
We hope these will create the opportunity for anyone and everyone to join us and have a casual chat. The events are open to members, non-members, locals, non-locals and those with or without an interest in the arts. There’s no commitment to join all the meetings, or even stay for the whole time – just pop in as and when you can.
We are proud to be a community-centred society and want to open our ‘virtual venue’ to anyone who just fancies a cuppa and a chat.
- Whilst we are unable to put on shows or productions, The Mill Theatre is here to support our local community. …
- Whilst we can’t open our building for events at the moment, we still want to be able to engage with …
- Each year, the Monday morning Facilities Team prepare a list of necessary maintenance work and projects, depending on budget allowance. …
- Michael Horne, our Marketing Chair, caught up with our newly appointed Vice Chair of Governors, Kathryn Rose, to find out …
Coronavirus and Current activities
We have been working hard to ensure that the theatre is safe for everyone, in line with government regulations. Please see this page for our COVID-19 performance information.
We hope to open again with performances and other activities when the situation has sufficiently improved. In the meantime, we are focusing on online events.