Whilst we are unable to put on shows or productions, The Mill Theatre is here to support our local community. To help combat loneliness and support mental health and well-being, we are providing a free online drama/communication workshop via Zoom on Friday 29th January at 8pm. Communication is everything…The session […]
Whilst we can’t open our building for events at the moment, we still want to be able to engage with our community. So, we’re pleased to be launching our Virtual Coffee Mornings – taking place every third Saturday of the month, 10.30am – 12noon via Zoom. We hope these will […]
As many of you who have been a member of The Mill will know, we are all about community and working with local businesses as much as we can. We are therefore pleased to have added a Partners and Supporters page with the websites of our regular partners. These are […]
Being a member at Sharnbrook Mill Theatre isn’t just about producing shows! We are a community. So, we’re delighted to be launching our Members’ Business Directory! We will be adding to this page to list the skills and services of our members so that other members (and supporters) can see […]
We are delighted to welcome Gerald Dickens, the great-great-grandson of celebrated author Charles Dickens, to Sharnbrook Mill Theatre this festive season. For two performances only, Mr Dickens will perform his internationally-acclaimed, one-man show A Christmas Carol, based on the famous novel. Mr Dickens will play over 30 characters, using vocal and physical talents […]
From Sue Lander, Chair of Production Committee It is with a sad heart that we have decided to postpone Little Shop of Horrors for the foreseeable future. It is so difficult for any venue to proceed under the circumstances we find ourselves in at present and so it was felt […]
We have made the decision to cancel the Social Evening on 20th March due to concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus. Once the virus has passed, we will schedule a new one. Our apologies for any disappointment caused. We felt that this was the best course of action.
Every year, the Mill aims to put on 2 musicals and 2 plays, with one of them having a Youth element. We are looking for people to direct shows in our 2021 season. Whether you are a current member or not, we welcome your show proposals and suggestions and offers […]
At the AGM on 20th June, our 2020 programme was announced. It is sure to be a bumper year for us with several challenging productions and a World Premier! In March, we will be presenting a youth production of the play, Daisy Pulls It Off. It is a parody of […]
Exciting news! Sharnbrook Mill Theatre, and it’s new heating system, was featured today on the BBC website! You can see the report here.