The newly refurbished Front Room is ideal for performances, parties, meetings, exhibitions and a variety of other functions.

The Front Room space measures 14.8m x 8m approx and can hold up to 120 people (depending on room layout).

  • Lift available from car park level
  • Wheelchair access to all floors, performance areas, dressing rooms and shower
  • Ground floor load-in via lift
  • Five well equipped, air conditioned dressing rooms, one with wheelchair access
  • Backstage toilets and showers
  • 32ft x 24ft stage (see technical information for more details)
  • Fully experienced technicians and front of house staff
  • Excellent lighting and sound facilities

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NEXT WEEK we're joined by a superb adult cast of Valley Academy students perform what is arguably the most popular musical of all time.
Accompanied by a full live orchestra, this brilliant cast bring to life those iconic numbers Oliver is renowned for the world over.
Tues 27th June - Sat 1st July, 7:30pm / 2:30pm Saturday matinee.
Tickets £13 / £11 concessions (Tues - Thurs only)
Pre-theatre dining is only available Friday & Saturday evening, call 01282 477114 to reserve your table
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Just under a month until stars of Strictly Come Dancing, Giovanni Pernice and Luba Mushtuk, along with a team of professional dancers and singers grace the stage at The Mechanics with their tale of love and passion 'Il ballo e vita'.
Tickets are still available from the box office (01282 664400) priced at £26 or £41 for the VIP meet and greet experience.
Monday 17th July, 7.30pm.
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Afternoon Tea galore today at the Mechanics. With a special dietary requirement of a Dysphasic Afternoon Tea. We cater for all dietary requirements. A big thank you to Birchall Foodservice and Sue for advising and preparing our special dysphasic afternoon tea. ... See MoreSee Less

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** NOW ON SALE **
We Three Kings of Rock & Roll
A two-hour uplifting Rock n Roll show that will have you dancing in the isles to all the favourites from Billy Fury, Buddy Holly & Elvis.
Gavin Stanley pays a sensitive tribute to British King of Rock n Roll, Billy Fury, with songs like Another You and Halfway to Paradise.
Marc Robinson and his four-piece band The Counterfeit Crickets pay attention to detail with a tribute to Buddy Holly.
And finally, the King of Rock n Roll himself is brought to you by Steve Halliday, filled with authentic costume changes that will transport you back to the days when Rock n Roll was King!
Will Rock n Roll ever Die?
Saturday 25th November, 7:30pm
Tickets £18 / £17 concessions
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