What's On at The Space

For more details and prices, download the programme of events.

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

Box Office availability and payment details.

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Ernest and the Pale Moon

Wednesday 23 April, 4.40pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £10 (£8) [ book now ]
Award-winning Theatre Company Les Enfants Terribles tour their new show, developed in association with Pins and Needles Productions. Inspired by the works of Poe and Hitchcock, Ernest and the Pale Moon is a spine-chilling tale of obsession and murder.


Sevenoaks School Jazz Club

Thursday 24 April, 7.30pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £7 [ book now ]
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. This secret event has been building its small but very satisfied audience every year.


An Evening with Nigel Connell

Friday 25 April, 6.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £5 [ book now ]
Nigel Connell talks to Christopher Dyer about his 30 years at Sevenoaks School and gives glimpses of his life before this. The evening takes the form of a Desert Island Discs show but ends with a little musical celebration given by Mr Connell. All proceeds from the event will be given to The Hospice in the Weald.


Maidstone Wind Symphony

Saturday 26 April, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £12 (£8) [ book now ]
We are delighted to welcome a host of special guests for this one-off spectacular concert. Andy Scott has a growing international reputation as a composer and the band will be performing a whole host of wonderful new arrangements. Andy will be performing, alongside tuba virtuoso Les Neish who will play Andy’s Salt of the Earth concerto. We warmly welcome the Kent Youth Jazz Orchestra led by Graham Mann to perform a set at the beginning of the second half, before we conclude the evening with a performance of George Gershwin’s famous Rhapsody in Blue with young pianist Philip Leslie.


Alan Adler Memorial Concert

Tuesday 29 April, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £7 [ book now ]
The Alan Adler concert in 2014 is a celebration of the music of Antonín Dvorak. The programme will consist of two works, his ever-popular Symphony No 9 in E minor ‘From the New World’ and choral masterpiece, the celebrated Stabat Mater, in which members of the Sevenoaks School Symphony Orchestra will accompany the Sevenoaks School Choral Society and Parents’ Choir.


Sevenoaks Symphony Orchestra presents Voices of Spring

Sunday 18 May, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £14 (£13, under 18s £1) [ book now ]
The Sevenoaks Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1944. It is made up of over 60 local musicians, led by professional conductor, Darrell Davison and Leader Catherine Smart. For more information visit: www.sevenoakssymphonyorchestra.org.uk.

The programme will consist of Bernstein Candide Overture, Khachaturian Spartacus – Romance, Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 4, Copland Appalachian Spring and Stravinsky The Firebird Suite.


Question Time: Horizon 2020

Tuesday 20 May, 7.00pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets free
A chance to participate in a wide-ranging discussion about the future of education. We have a distinguished panel comprising governors, parents and former students. The forum will also provide an opportunity for us to share with you our plans for the school to 2020. For further information about the event and booking details please email the Box Office.



Wednesday 18 to Saturday 21 June, 7.00pm Sackville Theatre  Tickets £10 (£8) [ book now ]
An epic tale of sea journeys, love, loss and redemption, with a vivid cast of characters, Pericles was one of the last of Shakespeare’s plays, and in its day a huge popular success. Though rarely performed now, it retains a remarkable power to enthral, entertain and move with its central theme of the resilience of the human spirit. A heart-warming bedtime story for grown-ups.

Please note that this production now starts at 19:00 and not 19:30 as per the printed brochure.


Lydian Orchestra

Sunday 13 July, 7.30pm Pamoja Hall  Tickets £12 (£6) [ book now ]
Our Summer Concert on Sunday 13 July will feature a concerto performed by the Sevenoaks Young Musician of the Year 2014, conducted by Michael Hitchcock.



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.