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The Civic Centre as we know it today was designed by architect Percy Thomas, who won a competition in 1934. Following the final decision to proceed in 1936, the Assembly Hall was the first part of the new development to be completed and opened to the public. The theatre was opened on 24 May 1939 – Empire Day – by the Marchioness of Camden.
The Assembly Hall Theatre is a theatre in Tunbridge Wells seating 1020 people. The theatre hosts a variety of popular music, comedy, family, dance, drama, classical music and variety events, as well as an annual pantomime.
The programme of events has also much improved over the past five years, with a large increase in the number of West End Shows and educational children’s shows and plays, plus more touring operas and ballets from top class companies such as English Touring Opera and the European Ballet Company.
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