Hazlitt Arts Centre
- Telephone 01622 758611
- Website www.hazlittartscentre.co.uk
A traditional proscenium-arch theatre offering a progarmme of theatre, comedy, music, variety and family shows. Named after William Hazlitt, the famous essayist, who was born in Maidstone in 1778 the theatre opened in 1955. It is home to the Maidstone Film Society and Hazlitt Youth Theatre, a weekly workshop for ages 6–18 years.
The nearest station, Maidstone East, is within walking distance and parking is available under the Fremlin Walk Shopping Centre.
There are 12 events at this location
Sorted by title / date & time
Andy Parsons: Peak Bullsh*t
You'll know him best from Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, but this is Parsons' latest stand-up show. Can he really promise peak bullshit? Come along and find out.
The Bee Gees Story: Nights On Broadway
The group performs hits from the entire career of the pop siblings, known for their innovative pop and disco sound.
Cilla And The Shades Of The 60s
A fitting tribute to the nation's sweetheart, Cilla Black. Victoria Jones performs as the 60s singer, with Anna, Nicole and Emily of The Shades, performing a variety of 60s hits from the likes of The Beatles, Dusty Springfield and many more.
The Circus of Horrors: The Never Ending Nightmare
The troupe celebrates its 21st anniversary with its latest spectacular featuring an amalgamation of bizarre, brave and beautiful acts all woven into an Alice in Horrorland type story driven by a mainly original soundscape.
Danny Baker: Cradle to the Stage
Stories and comedy from the veteran broadcaster.
Stand-up comedy from the Mock The Week regular.
Joel Dommett: LIVE
The young comedy star with a cupboard full of accolades and dreadfully modern hair.
The Matt Monro Story
Tribute to Matt Monro's life and music performed by his son, Matt Monro Jnr.
Mitch Benn: Don't Fear The Reaper
The comedian performs musical satire and questions whether death is anything to fear.
Richard Herring: The Best
A 'best of' compilation from the comedian as he picks the best jokes from his last 12 shows.
Russell Kane: Right Man, Wrong Age
Russell Kane discusses why it's perfectly okay to be 20 but feel 40 (or vice versa) and explains why nobody really feels their age.
Welcome to the Carnevil
The Circus of Horrors present the story of a young girl who runs away to join the circus but finds herself in a big top ruled by the undead. Set in Victorian London when Jack The Ripper was at large and the Freakshow was all the rage the show features killer clowns, sword swallowers, demon dwarfs and death deifying…