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Concerts take place in The Great Barn. With quality concert seating for audiences of up to 100, this fabulous space has wonderful acoustics for folk, classical music, recitals and jazz.
The bar is fully licensed so audiences can enjoy wines, Adnams beers, Aspall cider, soft drinks, tea and coffee, before performances and during the interval.
Saturday 28th March at 7.30, Richard Digance returns with his own brand of music and conversation. All tickets £15
Friday 15th May at 7.30 Open Space Theatre Company return with Edward Albee’s play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? made into an unforgettable film of the 60s starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. For further details see our home page.
Concerts last season included:
Drama is a crucial part of the programme of events and includes performances by professional companies. We are also delighted to host plays by local societies and are keen to promote events by students in local schools and by pupils of local music teachers.
2014 performances at Wingfield Barns have included: - Puzzle House Pantomimes, Robin Hood SOLD OUT - Open Space Theatre Company, A Woman in Mind SOLD OUT - Mustard Theatre Company, Death and the Maiden - Mere Players, Heroes - Eyeswrite, A Sting in the Tale - Mustard Theatre Company’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
2015 - Puzzle House Pantomimes, Dick Whittington and His Cat
Concerts, plays and musicals can be arranged on a venue hire basis or box office split.
Companies or individuals interested in performing at Wingfield Barns call 01379 384505 or email email@example.com
Looks stunning, sounds wonderful
The plot thickens!