Assembly Hall Theatre
  • Assembly Hall Theatre
    Crescent Road
    Tunbridge Wells
    TN1 2LU
Something for everyone – whatever the season – at the Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells


Seating around 970 people per performance, the Assembly Hall Theatre entertains tens of thousands of people every year.
Attracting a range of touring performance arts shows including musicals, dance, children’s shows, concerts and stand-up comedy, the theatre has something for everyone on its annual box office programme.

Past performers have included rapper Coolio, pop group Let Loose, Phoenix Nights and Max & Paddy star Patrick McGuinness and comedian Jimmy Carr.

A non-smoking centre throughout, the Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells has two bars where customers can pre-order drinks for the interval to save time.

Those arriving early can also enjoy sitting back with a leisurely drink before the performance, making an evening at the theatre a perfect way to socialise and catch up.

Visitors to theTunbridge Wells theatre with disabilities are able to arrange for an in-seat drinks service during the interval, ensuring the comfort of every customer.

Other services at the Assembly Hall Theatre include:

Booster seats for children
A ‘babes in arms’ service for customers with very small children
An accessible lift linking the foyer, lower foyer and auditorium for disabled or elderly visitors

An accessible disabled toilet adjacent to the lower foyer bar
Level access from the front of the building for wheelchair users
Venue hire for private or community events, in the centre of Tunbridge Wells

With performance arts entertainment for all the family and something to suit everyone’s tastes, the Assembly Hall Theatre promises a box office programme full of riches every season.


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Have been a few times now and have bought tickets as gifts as there is such a wide choice of shows, using the website is so easy too.
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