The Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust values your feedback. Please take the time to give your feedback of a production you may have seen or of the theatre itself.

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Past feedback

Here is just some of the feedback we have received over the years.

Name: Malcolm John Williams
Date: 11/06/2014
Comment: About 15 of us from Rushden Hall Pensioners Parliament visited the Theatre this week. We were well received and given first class treatment as visitors with lots of information present by your staff. We hereby say a big THANK YOU and will tell our friends and families of the great work you are all doing. Well Done.

Name: Alex Wood
Date: 04/12/2013
Comment: Saw the show (Company) the last night and was so impressed I wrote a review for Sardines Magazine, which I occasionally review for. Find it at

Name: Mick
Date: 29/09/2013
Comment: I would like to thank Roger for a great night of music at the Mill (Whybirds). The welcome received was friendly and warm . Hope to visit again soon . Mick

Name: Nora Davies
Date: 24/03/2013
Comment: Re: Disabled Faclities. Saw History boys last night – very impressive and entertaining. I am in a wheelchair and was very impressed at all the facilities – level entrance/lift/space in the theatre/toilet. Most particularly the warm welcome – nothing was too much trouble. Not the case everywhere. Thank you.

Name: Ray Mayhew
Date: 29/11/2012
Comment: West Side Story was an ambitious choice in which you succeeded in style. The young cast all had great stage presence and great musical ability providing a very entertaining production. I was stealing myself to be a heroic member of the public and intervene in the knife fights to avoid loss of life until my wife reminded me it was just acting. Congratulations and thanks to all involved.

Name: Brian Hodgson
Date: 17/11/2012
Comment: Attended First Night of West Side Story with Mark & Steve, we all feel this is a splendid production one of the best seen at The Mill congratulations are due to all concerned, well done!
Brian Hodgson, Mark Hodgson, Steve Sylvester