- 3 January: Outside the Box with Diane Spencer and Maff Brown
- 6 January: Sing on Purpose – Juniors and Cadets
- 8 January: The General – Film Club Special
- 9 January: Sing on Purpose – Ladies and Seniors
- 10 January: HASHTAGdrawingoneaday – Exhibition – Gala Night
- 12 January: Film Club
- 23 to 28 January: Trouble in Trumpton – 2017 Panto
- 1 February: The Passion – Auditions
- 7 February: Gala night for February Exhibition
- 18 February: Crafty Afty
- 19 February: Film Club
Find out about these and other upcoming events on our Events page.
2017 Pantomime – Trouble in Trumpton – Friday and Saturday nights fully sold out and the Saturday matinee filling up very quickly.
The election for mayor of the sleepy town of Trumpton divides the community, with candidate Mr Donald, the property developer, wanting to gain power so he can demolish its iconic clocktower to replace it with a 22-storey tower block. Residents persuade one of the shopkeepers to stand against the tycoon, with the election taking a new twist following the intervention of Mr Farage, who runs the garage. Trouble in Trumpton will be performed at the cornerHOUSE from Monday 23 January to Saturday 28 January 2017 (no show on Thursday 26 Jan due to clock maintenance).
Performances 7.45pm nightly plus 4pm Saturday matinee. Tickets £9 (concessions £7). Go to https://www.ticketsource.
New Initiatives Grant: The cornerHOUSE has successfully applied for a New Initiatives grant from Kingston Arts to put towards a series of workshops or master classes for amateur musicians. Through the terms of the grant, professional musicians who are performing locally for Thames Concerts in Surbiton will, as part of their contract, give coaching sessions to young performers at the cornerHOUSE.
More details about the New Initiatives grant as a whole, can be found on the Your Kingston ‘New Initiatives’ Grant page of the website, under the ‘inHOUSE events tab at the top of this page or here.
We have drama, comedy, music and more, with in-house productions, resident companies, local and professional drama companies, and some of the UKs finest comedians all providing the entertainment every month. We host classes, workshops, after-school clubs and other educational and artistic activities. We also have exhibitions from some of the best local artists and photographers, and a monthly film club where you can see everything from classic movies to the latest independent hits.
But the cornerHOUSE is not just a place where you can watch shows. It’s also a place where you can be part of the shows, on-stage, backstage, front of house, or behind the bar. Wherever you want to be, and whatever you want to do we have something for you.
Go to the “About Us” pages to find out about volunteering, hiring the cornerHOUSE, or just to know a bit more about us and contact us about anything else.
Whatever you do, we hope to see you here soon.