Norden Farm Centre For The Arts
- Telephone 01628 788997
- Food served Tue–Sat 11.30am–3pm & 5.30pm–7.45pm; Sun 12pm–2pm
- Box office times Tue 11am–2pm & 2.30pm–8pm; Wed–Sun 10am–2pm & 2.30pm–8pm; Sun 2.30pm–8pm
- Website www.nordenfarm.org
Built on the site of a dairy farm Norden Farm is an arts centre supporting both professional and community artists. It offers a performance programme of film, theatre, music, visual arts and comedy. Classes are available for all ages and include dance, life drawing and musical instruments. Norden Farm Centre For The Arts also houses a cafe bar and is available as a venue for conferences, seminars, meetings and social functions.
Events at this venue
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Alfie Moore: Getting Away With Murder
The former detective sergeant and star of BBC Radio Four's It's A Fair Cop, provides a detailed step-by-step guide to achieving this goal - from choosing a weapon to body disposal.
Alice Marshall & Edd Hedges: Edinburgh Previews
Surreal and absurdist character comedy from actress and stand-up, Marshall, and affable anecdotes and observations from Hedges.
Art Themen Quartet
Veteran tenor player who was formerly a tenor player by night and an orthopaedic surgeon by day; renowned for his long and fruitful association with Stan Tracey and for his quirky, imaginative approach.
Ayesha Hazarika: The State of the Nation
After leaving the frontline of politics as a special advisor for the likes of Gordon Brown, Ed Miliband and Harriet Harman, the stand-up presents some brutally honest truths about life in Westminster.
The London-based pairing of Paul Sartin of Bellowhead and Faustus, plus Paul Hutchinson of Hoover The Dog, performs its folk-based originals with classical overtones.
Black is the Color of My Voice
A one-woman musical show which draws inspiration from the life of singer Nina Simone in the portrayal of a fictional character, jazz musician and civil rights activist Mena Bordeaux.
Brian Conley: The Greatest Entertainer
Cheeky, cheerful and irrepressible, Brian Conley has been making the UK laugh since the age of 16 when he broke into the industry in that classic fashion - as a Pontin's Bluecoat. Since then he has lent his talents to a string of Saturday night TV shows and Royal Variety performances, delighting with his cabaret-style…
Consone String Quartet
The award-winning period ensemble performs popular string quartets by Haydn, Schubert and Mendelssohn.
Clare Rebekah Pointing's solo show explores the character of a 30-year-old woman in her first relationship.
Sophisticated alternative rock originals from this London-based singer and multi-instrumentalist.
Flanders & Swann: At The Drop Of A Hippopotamus
Multi-award-winning comedian Tim FitzHigham and BBC Radio 4 musical maestro Duncan Walsh Atkins perform the classic, witty songs of the pioneers of the satirical humour of the 1950s and 1960s.
Foil, Arms & Hog: DoomDah
Surreal sketch comedy.
Gimme Gimme Gimme: Abba Tribute
Bring back memories from the golden age of Abba with this tribute show.
The Texas-born jazz singer performs.
James Campbell: The Funny Thing About …
Family-friendly stand-up comedy.
Jarlath Regan & Rob Auton: Edinburgh Previews
Optimistic stories and anecdotal observations from Kildare-raised comic and former advertising account executive, Regan, and meditations on hair from award-winning writer and comedian, Auton.
Jimmy Lee & The Edge Of Chaos Orchestra
The folk singer-songwriter and guitarist is joined on stage by Jon Wigg on fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar and vocals, Clare Juliet on piano and accordion, cellist Melanie Wells and bassist Gary Holder.
Kast Off Kinks
Not quite a tribute band as the Kast off Kinks feature former members of the Kinks from through the years, including original drummer Mick Avory.
Katy Brand: I Was a Teenage Christian
The comedian tells the true story of when she was the member of a teenage church group.
The Nashville-based vocalist performs her R&B and soul originals. Plus Robert Lane.
Liza Pulman: Liza Sings Streisand
The acclaimed singer and comedienne - one third of the satirical comedy trio Fascinating Aida - celebrates the songs of Barbra Streisand with her six piece band, the Stardust Ensemble.
London Mozart Trio
The critically acclaimed three-piece performs Haydn's Trio In C Hoboken XV:27, Rachmaninov's Trio Elegiaque In G Minor and Dvorak's Trio In F Minor.
Mark Watson: MW
A mixture of classic and new material from the comic.
Martin James Bartlett: Young Musician 2014
The BBC Young Musician competition-winning pianist returns to Maidenhead for the third time.
Brilliant mix of English tradition and American music from the virtuoso fingerstyle guitarist and singer, a former BBC Radio 2 Folk Musician of the Year.
Vocalist, bassist and founding member of veteran folk rockers Wishbone Ash.
Matheu Watson and Luke Daniels: The New World Drovers
New music inspired by the trade of cattle-droving. Featuring Ceri Owen Jones and Ceri Rhys Matthews.
Sun 30 Apr
£12 (£10) / 01628 788997
Matt Forde & James Loveridge: Edinburgh Previews
Sharp topical humour and quick wit from former political advisor, Forde, and cheeky stories told with charm by Loveridge.
Nashville In The Round
An evening in the style of Nashville's famous Bluebird Cafe as country music singers Sarah Darling, Jenn Bostic and Kyshona Armstrong, each a respected recording artist in her own right, perform songs in the round from the music city.
Nathan Caton: Straight Outta Middlesex
Stand-up show from the popular comedian.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of his first chart success the diminutive 80s pop star hits the road for his 'Me, Myself and I Tour', performing songs, telling tales and once again inflicting 'The Riddle' on the nation.
Set in a world where 'Britishness' is state defined, three women decide to resist definition altogether. And form a punk band. An anarchic new comedy by Afsaneh Gray (2014 Royal Court studio group), presented by Paper Tiger Productions and Greenwich Theatre in association with Fine Mess Productions.
Pride And Prejudice
The spirited Bennet sisters haplessly search for love and dashing Mr Darcy unwittingly finds his match in The Pantaloons version of Jane Austen's enduring romantic comedy.
Sabbatage: Black Sabbath Tribute
The heavy metal pioneers from Birmingham have their material performed live.
St John's Chamber Orchestra Summer Concert
Nigel Wilkinson conducts the orchestra, with pianist Meng Yang Pan, for Mozart's Overture The Abduction from The Seraglio and Piano Concerto No 20 In D Minor, Delius's On Hearing The First Cuckoo In Spring and Mendelssohn's Symphony No 3 In A Minor, Scottish.
The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
A new version of the famous tale.
Tankus The Henge
Carnival-influenced rock combo.
Tez Ilyas: Made in Britain
Tez presents the follow-up to his debut hour Tez Talks.
Tom Allen & Suzi Ruffell
Tom Allen and Suzi Ruffell perform new sets.
Veronica & Max
Ragtime blues and country from the duo who also perform as part of the trio, Veronica & The Red Wine Serenaders.
Tribute trio to Jimi Hendrix and Cream.
Bassist Mark Lewandowski, pianist Liam Noble and drummer Paul Clarvis celebrate the music of Thomas 'Fats' Waller, one of the great jazz innovators, and composer of standards including Ain't Misbehavin and Honeysuckle Rose.
The Zoots perform the sounds of the 60s.
The Zoots: The Sounds Of The Sixties
Classic pop and rock covers from the group, playing faithful renditions of hits by big names such as Elvis, The Beatles, The Monkees and The Beach Boys.