Entertainment is one of the things that makes life better; you can enjoy free and reduced price tickets on a number of performances and events at the Assembly Hall Theatre; The Amelia Scott; Trinity Arts Centre; The Forum and The Tunbridge Wells Puppetry Festival.
The Assembly Hall Theatre is a 1,000-seat, multi-purpose venue in the heart of Tunbridge Wells in Kent. It is committed to bringing an exciting and eclectic variety of theatre, music, comedy, family and entertainment events from around the world to south east England – encouraging everyone in the local community to participate in the arts. Collaborating with local, national and international organisations, the vision is to entertain, educate and enrich. By joining the Go scheme you can enjoy a variety of selected world class performances with hugely discounted rates, from comedy to ballet to panto – We hope to see you soon!
Due to open in Spring 2022, The Amelia Scott will incorporate the museum, art gallery, library and Adult Education Centre. It is named after the town’s famous and formidable suffrage campaigner. The centre will tell the colourful story of Tunbridge Wells – and aims to inspire people to go out and explore the town whether they live and work here or are visiting.
Since opening in 1993 The Forum has been passionate about supporting local musicians, artists and local audiences. Along with our Musicians Club Card, we embrace any scheme that makes art and culture available to all. Bring your Go Card on starred shows and pay what you want on the door.
Tunbridge Wells Puppetry Festival is a biennial event celebrating world-class puppetry, animation and object theatre in venues across Tunbridge Wells town centre. In 2020, we will present a range of community arts projects with our next festival taking place on the 15th, 16th and 17th October 2021. Join Go to receive discounts on selected ticketed performances.