Over the coming months you don’t have to worry about finding some fantastic evenings of entertainment as Stonehaven Town Hall has got it sorted with great bands, live theatre and the latest blockbuster films being just a few of the attractions on offer in the community-run venue.
This Saturday, February 9, the town hall will host a Comic Relief night with comedian and hyponotist Mickey Take.
Tickets are £10 and funds raised will go to Comic Relief, so head on down for a great night and the chance to do something for a great cause.
On Sunday, February 24, Stonehaven Cinema gives you the chance to see three fantastic films with showings of Disney’s The Lion King at 1pm, British comedy-drama Quartet at 3.30 and the epic musical Les Miserables at 7pm.
Saturday, March 9, sees the town hall rocking out to a Kiss Tribute band with support, Skint Lizzy. This is going to be a night like the venue has never seen with loads of surprises. It starts at 8pm and tickets are £10
Saturday, March 23, is your chance to see one of the most popular amateur orchestras in north east Scotland. The Learig Orchestra take to the stage at 7.30pm, tickets are £5 standard, £4 concession.
Saturday, March 30, will see the Lorelei, Brothers Reid and Amy Sawers take to the stage at 8pm, tickets priced £6.
On Sunday, March 31, Stonehaven Cinema brings more blockbusters with something for the kids in Wrecking Ralph at 1pm.
There’s a chance to see Anthony Hopkins as you’ve never seen him before at 3.30pm in Hitchcock and at 7pm Bill Murray’s new film, Hyde Park on Hudson, will be screened.
Saturday, April 6, will see Fairie Stories - a series of Gaelic Stories suitable for ages six to adult - starting at 6.30pm priced at £6 for adults and £5 concessions.
Also on Saturday the 6th there will be something different for kids of all ages who have fancied doing their own animations with a workshop on Making Superhero Animations. Spaces are limited with only 20 per workshop. Price will be about £17.50 per person please note interest early. Register at Ma Simpson’s in advance and spaces are selling very quickly. The event must be paid when booked.
For other people interested in puppet making there will be workshops on April 11 for all ages (under sevens need to be accompanied by an adult) with 15 people per workshop so book early. Cost is £15 per person.
For both of the above workshops people will need to register at Ma Simpson’s in advance and spaces are selling very quickly. This event must also be paid when booked.
On Sunday, April 14, the Clydebuilt Puppet theatre return with Rapunzel starting at 2pm. Tickets are £6 adult and £5 concessions.
On Friday, April 19, Misfits Theatre will take to the stage at 7.30pm. Tickets are £7 standard and £5 concession
On June 7 you can do the ‘Time Warp’ with a Rocky Horror Picture Show Night complete with a prize for the best dressed. Tickets are £10 (selling fast) and it starts at 8pm. This is a licensed event so be prepared to join in.
Tickets are available from Ma Simpson’s, Evan Street Stonehaven, the ticket tailor logo on the Stonehaven Town Hall Facebook Page, or www.stonehaventownhall.org Other items have still to be added to the itinerary so keep your eye on Facebook and the website for more events.