What's On at The Space

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For tickets please either book online,
call the Space Box Office on 01732 467765
or email boxoffice@sevenoaksschool.org.

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Access and Parking from July 2014

Please note that due to construction works on the school campus, parking for The Space will be accessible only through the Froy Gates entrance.

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Be Here Now

Tuesday 9 September, 4.40pm and 7.30pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £15 (£10) [ book now ]
Music, Life and Love are remixed and re-mastered in The TOOT Collective’s Be Here Now, a constantly surprising, occasionally chaotic and irreverently comic look at the soundtrack of the 1990s. This lively and original show celebrates the thrill of anticipation and examines how music can seep into and influence our lives at key moments.


The Ballad of the Burning Star

Thursday 11 September, 6.30pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £15 (£12) [ book now ]
Multi-award winning Theatre Ad Infinitum presents an explosive tale. Armed with music, killer heels and a lethal troop of divas an enraged Israeli executes a story of victimhood, persecution, aggression and love. With shrapnel sharp voices and moves as smooth as an oiled tank chain, this cabaret troop invites you on a journey into the core of the conflicted Jewish State.
Age Advice 14+ (Year 10+).


In Conversation with Two Sculptors

Thursday 11 September, 5.00pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets free but must be booked [ book now ]
This event will celebrate the installation of two sculptural commissions for the school campus from Oliver Barratt and Joshua Vaughan. The two artists will discuss their work in conversation with Rachel Campbell-Johnston, art critic of The Times and Tony Carter, Principal at City & Guilds.


Punk Rock
by Simon Stephens

16-18 September, 7.00pm Ordovsky-Tanaevsky Drama Studio  Tickets £8 [ book now ]
Punk Rock explores the underlying tensions and potential violence in a group of affluent, 17-year-old students. Contemporary and unnerving, the tension in the play ignites with an explosive climax.
SSTC Sackville Prefects' Play. Directed by Veena McCoole and featuring a cast of Sackville Theatre Prefects.


London Festival Sinfonia present
A Classical Music Spectacular in support of “Link to Hope”

Saturday 20 September, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall (7pm pre-concert talk)  Tickets £22 [ book now ]
The Space welcomes London Festival Sinfonia debut at the Pamoja Hall with a dramatic programme featuring Wagner, Weber and the legendary Rachmaninov piano concerto No 2 performed by soloists Matthew Scott (Clarinet) and Grace Yeo (Piano). Under the direction of Paul Showell, The London Festival Sinfonia will perform a stunning evening of majestic, magnificent music that will delight, thrill and entertain.
(Ticket includes a concert programme, pre-concert talk, glass of wine and canapés).


Les Misérables (school edition)

8-11, 13-14 October, 7.00pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £15 (£12) [ book now ]

Sevenoaks school presents this award-winning musical with a cast and band of over 70 pupils. This is the biggest production in the history of The Space.

Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, the plot follows prisoner-on-parole, 24601, Jean Valjean, as he runs from the ruthless Inspector Javert on a journey beyond the barricades at the centre of the rebellion. Meanwhile, the life of a working class girl with a child is at a turning point as she resigns herself to prostitution in order to pay the evil innkeeper and his wife who look after her child, Cosette. Valjean promises to take care of the child, eventually leading to a love triangle between Cosette, Marius who is a student of the rebellion, and Eponine, a girl of the streets. The people sing of their anger and Enjolras leads the students to fight upon the barricades.


Eynsford Concert Band and the Band of the Grenadier Guards
present “Heroes”

Sunday 19 October, 7.00pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £15 [ book now ]
Following the fabulous success of last year’s concert, the world famous Band of the Grenadier Guards and the Kent based Eynsford Concert Band are pleased to once again join forces to thrill a packed Pamoja Hall. “Heroes” will include an exciting and entertaining programme of music paying homage to the heroes of the World Wars from yesteryear to the present day.
Please join us in our commemoration and support for our armed forces and their families in what promises to be another spectacular massed bands event. All proceeds will go to the Soldiers’, Sailors’ and Airmen’s Families Association (SSAFA).


The Trench

Tuesday 4 November, 4.40pm and 7.30pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £13 (£10) [ book now ]
After a sell-out five star run at the Edinburgh Festival, Les Enfants Terribles present their new award-winning show. From the team behind Ernest and the Pale Moon comes a new play inspired by the true story of a miner who became entombed in a tunnel during World War One. As the horror threatens to engulf him, he finds that not everything in the darkness is what it seems as he starts to discover a new, strange world beneath the mud and death.


Music at Sevenoaks

Thursday 27 November, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £7 [ book now ]
This year’s orchestral music focusses on the music of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Russia. The programme will include music by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Shostakovich. The school orchestras will be joined by the Wind Band and the Sevenoaks Strings in this annual celebration of the large ensembles at Sevenoaks School.


Our Country's Good
by Timberlake Wertenbaker

2-4 and 6 December, 7.00pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £10 (£8) [ book now ]
Based on the novel The Playmaker by Thomas Keneally, Our Country’s Good explores the true story of a ragtag cast of transported convicts in a penal colony in New South Wales in 1780, who staged Australia’s first ever play. Imaginatively staged in the Sackville Theatre to bring the audience into the world and themes of the play, Our Country’s Good will be performed by a talented Lower Sixth ensemble.


Crash into Christmas

Friday 5 December, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £7 [ book now ]
Join the Sevenoaks School Jazz ensembles in our festive musical extravaganza. The Big Band will lead the celebrations with performances of music by Gordon Goodwin, Glen Miller and many more light popular favourites. Also performing will be the Sevenoaks School Gospel Choir and Saxophone Quartets.



The Space Box Office

The Space Box Office is open at the following times. Lunch between 1pm and 2pm and after school between 5pm and 8pm Monday to Friday. The Box Office is located at the main entrance to The Space.

Tickets for productions and concerts can be purchased using cash, credit/debit card or cheque (payable to Sennocke Services).

You can email your request to boxoffice@sevenoaksschool.org or telephone us on 01732 467765. There is an answerphone system in place so your enquiry will be dealt with as soon as possible.

Alternatively you can book now via our internet portal which gives you the option of choosing seats (depending on event) and paying by credit/debit card.

You will need to register for this service and tickets will be posted out to you if required. Please read the Terms & Conditions of Sale.

Concession rate ticket prices (when offered) apply to OAPs (60+), disabled patrons, school pupils, full-time students and the unemployed.

Please see our directions to find us. There is parking available at the Dukes Meadow or Solefields Road car parks.

If you have any disabilities or special parking requirements please do not hesitate to contact the Box Office for further assistance.