Moulton Theatre is available for hire at the following rates:
STUDIO/BAR £5.00 per hour (membership rate).
£15.00 per session addition if bar required.
WHOLE COMPLEX £40.00 per hour (Minimum period 3 hours).
Setting up fee to be agreed. Please note that Moulton Players staff will be on the premises at all times during the hire.
- The Bar will be open for all events and alcohol can be served during licensing hours(11.00 am to 11.00 pm). Soft drinks/tea/coffee are available on request.
- Persons under 18 years may not purchase or drink alcohol on the premises.
- Food may be consumed in the Studio/Bar area.
- The Hirer is responsible for the provision of cutlery and plates and removing all food and clearing up after the event.
- No food or drink may be taken into the Foyer or the Theatre auditorium.
- The Hirer must agree to pay for any breakages or damage caused during the hiring and must confirm that they have current insurance covering injury and property damage.
- If the Hirer books the premises and wishes to charge admission to the event prior permission is necessary and additional conditions and charges may be imposed, e.g. special rates are charged for showing films.
- A non refundable booking charge is required and full payment must be made seven days prior to the hiring.
To enquire about availability, please call the Business Manager on Telephone 01604 491219 Mobile 07838 451718 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE VENUE
Moulton Theatre is situated in the heart of Moulton Village in Northamptonshire. The building was formerly a Methodist Chapel, before being converted into a theatre in a manner sympathetic to its former purpose.
The auditorium has 56 seats downstairs and a further 16 seats in the balcony area. The auditorium is used on a regular basis for plays by the resident amateur theatre group, Moulton Players, as well as cinema viewings, musical performances and functions.
The Moulton Theatre bar is licensed and has seating for around forty people. This is where the club members hold their Fourth Friday events, which typically include an offering of music, poetry reading, short drama pieces, pub quizzes, musical performances etc.