Make the most of your day at Norden Farm by booking for lunch.
Arts Society Lunch tickets entitle you to a main course from our lunch menu and hot or cold drink for just £10.
A week-long festival of one-act plays from local youth and adult groups, with comments each evening from a professional adjudicator and a host of trophies to be won.
WHY? Join us for the whole week and see if you agree with the final choices!
£10 (£9 conc)
Presented by Maidenhead Drama Guild.
Fading Hollywood action hero Jefferson Steele arrives in England to play King Lear in Stratford - only to find that this is not the birthplace of the Bard, but a sleepy Suffolk village. The cast are a bunch of amateurs trying to save their theatre. As acting worlds collide, Jefferson discovers some truths about himself - along with his inner Lear.
WHY? ‘Terrific comedy packed with killer comic dialogue... plenty of twists and turns’ ★★★★★ Whatsonstage
£14 (£12 conc)
Presented by Maidenhead Drama Festival.
Following six months of preliminary, quarter and semi-final rounds across the country, the competition culminates in a Grand Final in which the four Area Champions compete for the title of English Champion. Four very different one-act plays over the two sessions, with comments from a professional adjudicator.
WHY Do you agree with the adjudicator’s choices?
£12 per session, £20 both sessions
Buffet Supper between sessions £12 (must be booked in advance)
Join Jewel Tones, Crosfields Chamber Choir and the Abbey Junior School Chamber Choir for an afternoon of song.
The Arts Society Maidenhead provides an exciting programme of monthly lectures on the third Monday of the month, covering a wide range of subjects.
The speakers are all engaging communicators, who excel in their field. The Society offers enjoyable opportunities to discover and support the arts of yesterday, today and tomorrow. Come along to make new friends in convivial surroundings.
To enquire about membership or to attend a lecture as a guest, please email email@example.com
Mon 12 Nov - Jo Walton - A Family Affair: Florence and The House of Medici
Mon 21 Jan - AGM & Andrew Prince – From Downton to Gatsby: Jewellery and Fashion 1890-1929
Mon 25 Feb - Alexandra Epps – John Piper: Master of Diversity
Mon 18 Mar - Paul Roberts – Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum
If you are already a member, you can also pre-book a lunch meal deal for your next lecture, please click here for more information.
Join BCA’s students as they present their ‘best of’ compilation of a year’s work, including musical theatre, pop music, sketches and dance.
The second act showcases the talents of their second year Level 3 students in their own devised mini-musical, their final performance with BCA.
WHY? An evening of music, dance, song and drama showcasing the aspirations of BCA’s talented young performers
£10 (£8 students and under 18s)