Upcoming Events

 

A Penny Pincher’s Christmas Carol

An It’s Not Us production 

Sunday 29 December 2019 

Robertsbridge Village Hall

Performance 5pm, doors & bar 4.30pm, end time approx. 6.15pm 

Tickets £10.00 | £9.00 members, U16s £5.00 | £4.50 members 

Priority booking & free tea/coffee/cake/squash for RAP members

Suitability: Family entertainment age 4+ | Run time 1hr 10 mins, no interval

Festive entertainment for all the family, A Penny Pincher’s Christmas Carol is a mad-cap re-imagining of Dickens’ classic tale, featuring all the firm favourites of ghosts past, present and future – all played by just two actors, the wonderful Kate Tym and hilarious John Knowles, as you’ve never seen them before!

A fabulous fun show, free of ‘D’ list celebrities, and guaranteed to have young and old alike smiling their socks off and dancing in the aisles…. or your money back! (Actually, that last bit’s not true – Scrooge never gives refunds!)

 


 

The Star in the Jar

Pied Piper Theatre Company

Sunday 26 January 2020

Robertsbridge Village Hall, Station Road

Doors & bar open 2.30pm serving tea & cake

Performance starts 3.00pm  (run time c.50 mins)

Tickets £6.00  | Priority booking for RAP members

Suitable for ages 3 to 8 years and their families.

With Very Special Guest Sarah Massini, Illustrator of The Star in the Jar and Robertsbridge resident who will be doing book signings and bringing a delightful display of her work for this book.

When a little boy stumbles across a special star, he puts it in a jar and takes it on adventures. But the poor star misses its home… Can the little boy and his big sister find a way to send the star safely back?

From Star in the Jar by Sam Hay. Illustrations copyright © 2018 Sarah Massini. Published by Egmont UK Ltd and used with permission.

 

 


 

Big Arts Quiz 2020 

Saturday 1 February 2020

Robertsbridge Village Hall, Station Road

Doors & bar open 7.30pm for 8.00pm start

Tickets £8.00 includes nibbles | Priority booking for RAP members

Create your own team of 6-8 or come on the night and join one! Prizes to be won. Positively no sports questions!

Back by popular demand, this is a quiz for lovers of the arts in all its forms. Once again quiz mistress Jen will be doing her utmost to get your brains pumping.

She’ll also be trying her hardest to maintain control… Remember folks, it’s just for fun…

 

 


 

The Race to the South Pole & The Sussex Connection
An Illustrated Talk by Michael Smith 

Thursday 27 February 2020

Robertsbridge Village Hall, Station Road

Doors and bar open 7.30 pm  |  Talk 8.00 pm
Tickets £5  | U16s Free
Suitability 10+ (U16s must be accompanied by an adult) | End time 9.30pm approx
 
Humans first set eyes on Antarctica exactly 200 years ago in 1820 and began the famous quest to reach the South Pole, featuring celebrated explorers like Scott, Shackleton and Amundsen. 
 
But there is more to the compelling saga than the Captain Scott tragedy as Polar exploration author and Robertsbridge resident Michael Smith— known as Mick—explains, revealing how Sussex plays a significant role in the drama to reach the South Pole.
 
This illustrated talk will last approximately one hour followed by a Q&A session. Mick’s talks are always extremely popular so please do use your members’ priority booking!
 

 


Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

Chipping Norton Theatre Company

Sunday 15 March 2020

Robertsbridge Village Hall

Doors & bar open 5.30pm, Performance 6.00pm

Tickets £10 | £9 RAP member | U16s FOC but must be accompanied by an adult. Priority booking & seating for RAP members.

Winner of the 2014 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy

When a country house weekend takes a turn for the worse, Bertie Wooster is unwittingly called on to play matchmaker, reconciling the affections of his host’s drippy daughter Madeline Bassett with his newt-fancying acquaintance Gussie Fink-Nottle.  If Bertie, ably assisted by the ever-dependable Jeeves, can’t pull off the wedding of the season he’ll be forced to abandon his cherished bachelor status and marry the ghastly girl himself!

Will Bertie get caught with the Policeman’s helmet again?  Will Aunt Dahlia get her way and lead Bertie into trouble?  How often will Jeeves save the day?  And who is Seppings?

Based on P.G. Wodehouse’s delightfully bonkers stories, this Goodale Brothers’ dramatisation premiered at the Duke of York’s Theatre, West End. Written for a cast of three, who play multiple roles, this adaptation will keep you laughing and breathless all at once. A stuffed dog also makes an appearance.

We’re thrilled to have co-writer David Goodale with us on the evening!