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Taking Part

Queen's Hall Arts Centre is so much more than "just" a theatre. We have a full programme of events, workshops, exhibitions and so many different ways you can join in or support us in the community. Take to the stage, get creative or simply enjoy a good cup of coffee, we look forward to seeing you soon.

Tynedale Community Choir

Mondays 8.00pm at St Aidan’s Church, Hexham.
Sing, relax and unwind with folk songs, shanties, rounds, gospel, contemporary songs and more led by musical director, Kathryn Davidson. Suitable for beginners and experienced singers alike, all voices, ages and abilities welcome. £15 per half term (concessions available). TCC on Facebook
For more information contact Mark 07879 263848


4th Generation (12-16yrs)

Monday 5.45pm - 7.15pm at Queen's Hall Arts Centre
An exciting and energetic youth folk band led by Sophy Ball. All skill levels welcome but not suitable for absolute beginners. No prior experience of folk music needed. £45 / £35 (conc) for the term
Book through Box Office 01434 652477


Queen’s Hall Youth Theatre

Our ever popular Youth Theatre, at Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, is expanding and offering more opportunities for young people. Develop your creativity through this popular skills based theatre programme. Your ideas, your words, your actions, create  our own drama!

Stage Note - (12-15yrs): Wednesday 4.00pm - 5.30pm
Creatives - Devising / writing performance group (15 to 19yrs): Wednesday 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Down Stage - (8-11yrs): Thursday  4.00pm - 5.30pm

All sessions will be in the Green Room.

All groups £45 per term.
Book through Box Office 01434 652477


NEW: Spectrum Youth Theatre

Queen’s Hall Arts is establishing Spectrum Youth Theatre in September, a new drama-based initiative specifically for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and/or communication difficulties who, due to their very specific needs, are unable to access our existing Youth Theatre sessions. Spectrum will offer young people aged 14 to 19 years opportunities to engage with drama and storytelling activities to explore personal creativity and build confidence and self-esteem. Small group work will utilise a range of drama practice methods, activities and props, with a focus on using drama practice and processes to address communication, social interaction and imagination.

For further information please contact Susan Priestley


Queen’s Hall Theatre Club

Staging two productions a year at the Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, your local amateur drama group has participants from the Tyne Valley and beyond. We warmly welcome new members – acting, directing, publicity, sets, costumes - any aspect of production – bring your talents along!

For more information contact 07805 581545