Sharnbrook Mill Theatre AGM 2020 announced

This is a public notice that the Annual General Meeting for Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust will be held on Wednesday, 21st October at 8pm. For obvious reasons, this year’s AGM will be held over Zoom. If you would like to (virtually) attend, please email agm@sharnbrookmilltheatre.co.uk and we will send you […]

While the theatre is dark… we are not idle!

We are currently unable to put on productions at The Mill due to the Coronavirus pandemic. That doesn’t mean, however, that all work has to stop! Our contractors, Adcock Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, are hard at work inside our auditorium installing air conditioning as part of our Cool Down Appeal. […]

In Conversation with Jamie Tyler – 4th September

We are delighted to welcome Jamie Tyler to The Mill’s “In Conversation with…” season, online on Friday, 4th September at 7.30pm. Jamie is a Mill veteran, having performed in shows such as Bugsy Malone, Billy and Follies. He has since headed off on UK tours, West End engagements and several […]

Light it in Red – Sharnbrook Mill Theatre stands in solidarity

On 6th July, hundreds of theatres, cinemas, galleries, museums and arts venues from all over the UK bathed their buildings in red light to take part in the #LightItInRed campaign, which aimed to draw attention to the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the UK’s events industry. The #LightItInRed campaign was co-created by Clearsound […]

A message from Doug Pope, Chairman of The Board of Governors

To all members, friends and supporters of Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Hello Everyone, May I begin by wishing you all a happy, peaceful and above all, a healthy Easter. The Theatre may be closed and dark but we cannot wait to open the doors, resume rehearsals and socialise once more in […]

NODA review of Daisy Pulls It Off

Performance: 5th March 2019 Review by: Richard Fitt Well that was certainly different! But first the plot. Written by Denise Deegan, based on Winifred Norling’s 1939 novel The Testing of Tansy and set in the 1920’s, the story centres around Daisy Meredith, a girl from a poor background who wins […]

Coronavirus update – all activities are suspended

The health and safety of our patrons, performers and volunteers is at the forefront for everyone at the Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust, so after the most recent announcement from The Government on the coronavirus, we have decided to postpone all up and coming performances and events. At the moment no […]

Coronavirus and Sharnbrook Mill Theatre

At Sharnbrook Mill Theatre, the wellbeing and safety of our members, volunteers and audiences is of utmost priority. We want to reassure you that we are monitoring the evolving situation regarding the coronavirus very closely and following all advice issued by the Chief Medical Officer, Public Health England. We are […]