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Sunday 19 April
Pamoja Hall

Tickets £15 (£5 concessions & under 18s)

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Kent Chorus follow up last year’s highly praised Brahms’ German Requiem with a performance of Rossini’s ever-popular Petite Messe Solennelle. This is a rare opportunity to hear the work in its original Paris version for choir, two grand pianos and harmonium, in one of the South-East’s finest concert halls. The mass is in fact neither petite nor particularly solemn: with its wonderful melodies and rhythmic vitality it is as much operatic as devotional. Join us in experiencing one of the most delightful of Rossini’s later works in this very special afternoon concert. Performed by Kent Chorus and members of the London Orpheus Choir, directed by Richard Jenkinson.



Thursday 23 April
Sackville Theatre

Tickets £7

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An intimate ‘jazz club’ setting in the Sackville Theatre creates an ideal stage for the best jazz performers in the school to play with a professional jazz trio: Jim Treweek, piano, Eric Guy, bass and Buster Birch, drums.


Election Question Time

Monday 27 April
Pamoja Hall

Tickets FREE but must be booked


Chaired and run by Sevenoaks sixth formers, the debate will allow audience members to put questions direct to Defence Secretary and Conservative MP for Sevenoaks Rt.Hon.Michael Fallon, Liberal Democrat candidate for Sevenoaks Dr Allan Bullion, Green Party candidate for Sevenoaks, Amelie Boleyn together with labour and UKIP representatives just days before the General Election.




Tuesday 28 April
Pamoja Hall

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Sevenoaks School presents a concert of orchestral and choral music taken largely from the late19th and early 20th century. The Foundation Orchestra leads the way with a specially written arrangement of excerpts from all the popular Russian piano concertos from this period and the concert climaxes with Borodin’s ever popular Polovtsian Dances. In between, there will be music from Sevenoaks School’s popular middle school ensembles the Sevenoaks Strings and the Chamber Choir and the Sennocke Consort completes the line-up of musicians in this annual celebration of the school’s classical music programme.



Sunday 17 May
Pamoja Hall

Tickets £15 (£14 concessions & £1 U18s)

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We start this concert with some of Mendelssohn’s wonderful light and sparkling music, which we hope will reflect a balmy evening’s weather, and follow this with a concerto which is powerful and symphonic, and which will exploit to the full the fine Steinway piano.To conclude, a mighty symphony dedicated, until the composer had second thoughts, to Napoleon.

Mendelssohn: Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Brahms: Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor

Beethoven: Symphony No 3 in E flat, ‘Eroica’


SSTC Lower School: ANIMAL FARM by George Orwell

Wednesday 17 to Saturday 20 June
Sackville Theatre

Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)

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Adapted by Peter Hall, with lyrics by Adrian Mitchell and music by Richard Peaslee, this acclaimed dramatisation of George Orwell’s classic allegorical novel was first seen at the National Theatre in 1984. The Lower School’s modern production revamps the play Lord of The Flies style. A school art class is abandoned and as one teenager begins to read the novel, the farmyard of Manor Farm comes to life around them and the others re-enact the animals’ rebellion. Animal Farm is a collaboration between the SSTC, StrangefaceTheatre Company and Sevenoaks School Art department, with Sevenoaks students creating their own masks, puppets and animations.


 London Welsh Male Voice Choir

Saturday 20 June
Pamoja Hall

Tickets £20 (£15 concessions)

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The London Welsh Male Voice Choir has a long and illustrious history of over 110 years. It has a worldwide following, and has sung in national concert venues like Bridgewater Hall, the Royal Albert Hall and the Wales Millennium Centre, as well as a number of the country’s largest cathedrals. This concert is the realisation of a long-held ambition by an old Sennockian, Barry Boulton (OS 1947). After joining LWMVC ten years ago, he had the idea to bring both together. His interest in choral singing was inspired by music master George Hankin Sevenoaks School, a patient and kindly man. His father was a Methodist preacher so his introduction to lively hymn singing ame at an early age. After leaving school he sang in various hoirs, including Cwmbach Male Choir, then LWMVC where he as mentored by fellow bass Iorwerth Pritchard, another kindly, atient man.



Sunday 12 July
Pamoja Hall

Tickets £12 (£6 under 21s)

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The Lydian Orchestra’s Summer Concert will be conducted by rynly Clarke. As well as a concerto to be performed by the Sevenoaks Young Musician of the Year 2015, it will also include Brahms’s Academic Festival verture and Elgar’s EnigmaVariations.



The Space Box Office

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

Tickets for events can be purchased on-line by credit / debit card, or in person using cash or cheque only.

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