The Theatre on the Hill
Book for events through The Pound Box Office 01249 701628 / 712618 or Marlborough Box Office 01672 515068 or by clicking on to the relevant logo to visit their websites, where you’ll be able to book on line.
|Wednesday 5, Thursday 6, Friday 7 March 2014
19:00 St John's Academy presents "Animal Farm" by George Orwell
Adapted for stage by Ian Wooldridge
At Mr Jones’ farm, Old Major gathers together his animal friends to tell them about his wonderful dream, where animals live free from the tyranny of the humans. When Old Major dies, and Jones forgets to feed the animals, the pigs put into effect their plan for rebellion – and ‘four legs good, two legs bad’ seems to work for a while on Animal Farm... until some of the animals become more equal than others.
Tickets £7 & £5 available from St John's - download a booking form
|Wednesday 12 March
20:00 Marlborough Brandt Lent Lecture
The annual Marlborough Brandt Group Lent Lecture is being given this year by David Mepham the Director of Human Rights Watch in the Theatre on the Hill. Read more...
Entry is free although there will be an opportunity to leave a donation
|Saturday 15 March
15:30 & 18:30 Marlborough Dance Festival
Each year over 200 students from St John’s and local primary schools perform in the Marlborough Area Dance Festival.
Read more...Tickets £5 / £3 available IN ADVANCE from academy reception - download a Booking Form
|Friday 21st March
presents "Justin and the Knights of Valour " cert PG
Justin lives in a kingdom where bureaucrats rule and knights have been ousted. His dream is to become one of the Knights of Valour, like his grandfather was, but his father, the chief counsel to the Queen, wants his son to follow in his footsteps and become a lawyer. Read more...
Tickets £3, adults £5 book online at www.kvat.co.uk or buy on the door. Tickets also available from the White Horse Bookshop and Soun Knowledge, Marlborough.
|Saturday 22 March
11:00-15:00 Marlborough Science Fair
A great day out with many activities and shows! See our National Science and Engineering Week pages for more information. Science shows, Planetarium and Glass Engraving must be booked in advance.
Free admission to the fair, Tickets for shows and some activities range from £3 - £6
|Saturday 29 March
19:30 TOTH & Brewin Dolphin present Ray Harris
An eye for tailored suits and music with an alternative twist, Ray Harris magically manages to blend dance floor jazz with latin vibes, featuring a touch of funk, soul and distinct influences from the 60’s and 70’s with a unique modern concept. Harris’ individual keyboard style & deep vocals are imprinted on his studio albums and live performances.
Tickets £10 from Marlborough Box Office, Sound Knowledge (Hughenden Yard, Marlborough) and The Pound Box Office
|Friday 18 April
20:00 Marlborough Folk-Roots - Feast of Fiddles
Feast of Fiddles is a musical extravaganza covering almost every genre and involving quite a few fiddles! It’s not just folk, it’s not just fiddles it’s an entertainment. 20 Years and still going strong and every friend and guest dragged along an immediate convert. If you love live music, come to the feast – you won’t be disappointed! Read more on the Marlborough Folk Roots website.
Tickets £18.50 online or by post from Marlboruogh Folk Roots website
|Friday 16 May
19:30 Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only the Piano Player –
an Evening with David Scheel
A runaway success in the West End and at successive Edinburgh Festivals, this hilarious send-up of classical music has established pianist David Scheel as the successor to the legendary Victor Borge. Beautiful music coupled with musical fun, performed in so many voices that David has been compared to Robin Williams and Peter Ustinov. Read more...
Tickets £15 & £12.50 from Davina Nicholls 01672 519537
* denotes profits in aid of St John’s Marlborough