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Cedars Hall

Cedars Hall provides the capacity for audiences of 350 in its main recital hall named Eavis Hall after our Old Wellensian Michael Eavis, CBE, founder of the Glastonbury Festival. Eavis Hall is a flexible and modern performance space accommodating an orchestra of 60 performers and an audience of 250, with other configurations possible through adaptation of seating and platforms. Whilst the hall’s award-winning design was devised to give chamber musicians the very best acoustic experience, the flexibility of the technical specification means that this venue is accessible for performers of every discipline – for amplified music, dance, drama and lectures.

In addition to events in Eavis Hall, Cedars Hall provides rehearsal, teaching and performance space for the school’s 200 specialist musicians and serves as a hub for its significant community outreach, which provides music education (including workshops, concerts and masterclasses) for thousands of primary school children, elderly and disability groups in the South West each year.

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July 2018

Great Train Robbery

12th July at 9:15 pm - 10:30 pm
Cedars Hall, 11 The Liberty
Wells, Somerset BA5 2SS United Kingdom
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£10
In the early hours of Thursday 8th August 1963 the heist of the century was underway. Join the four forgotten females as they leave behind their kitchen-sink lives and embark on a madcap adventure of mischief and mayhem.
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Colin Cloud LIVE

13th July at 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 9:30pm, repeating until 14th July 2018

Cedars Hall, 11 The Liberty
Wells, Somerset BA5 2SS United Kingdom
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£15
Colin Cloud Psycho(logical)
Colin Cloud LIVE is a thrill ride, where your thoughts and imaginations will guide and mislead you before ultimately, revealing the truth.
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I Found My Horn

15th July at 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Cedars Hall, 11 The Liberty
Wells, Somerset BA5 2SS United Kingdom
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£15
Based on Jasper Rees' best selling book, Rees - played by Jonathan Guy Lewis - sets out to renew his relationship with the instrument he hadn't touched for 31 years.
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