Scarth Hall hosts a wide range of events, open to everyone, and organised by Scarth Hall volunteers or other organisations. Just add your name to our mailing list (via contact us) to keep up-to-date with all upcoming events.
See Regular events for weekly and monthly classes and activities.
And if there is anything you would like to see happen at Scarth Hall then get in touch and get involved.
Every Monday morning:
Community Café, from 9.00 am – 12.00 noon
The Monday morning Café sessions are about giving people a chance to get out of the house and have a chat, a cuppa and homemade cakes & bakes. Or you may just want to have some time to yourself and read the papers or a magazine (these are provided). Everyone’s very welcome, including children. Emergency services in uniform receive a free cuppa. Please spread the word and join us if you can!
Couch to 5K – This is an NHS-backed initiative to get us doing some gentle exercise each week. One group started in January and is now running regularly. A second group started in March, a new cohort started in June, and new members are always welcome.
Do get in touch if you are interested in any of these activities – email@example.com
And if running is not for you, there’s lots more on offer to benefit your well being – why not try arts and crafts? contact Janeyoungart@me.com
or gentle yoga?playing a ukulele, etc etc – there’s something for you for sure
Friday 25 October: Halloween Family Fun evening
max number 54, tickets £3, games and food and spooky stuff (not too scary)
Sorry sold out🙁
Saturday 26 October: Halloween Film Festival
three classic and cult comedy horror films. Doors and bar 6pm. Food available until 9. Fancy dress if you fancy! And only £5 per ticket available from post office or hall when open
FRIDAY 1st November; Open Mic is back!
Sunday 10 November: Highlights North theatre production: same same…but different
Family show mixing dance, storytelling and hints of live music exploring our curiosities and fears, the times we feel different and when we belong.
Tickets; £10 adults, £5 children, family £23. Doors open 6pm
Sunday 23 November – Highlights North production of Revelations (adult themes)
James best friends told him they wanted his sperm to start a family. This is the story of how he gave it to them and the things we do for the people we love. It’s also about love, death,God and chicken nuggets.
An epic show combining story, comedy and song
Tickets £10, doors at 7.30.
Tues 3 Dec: Daniel Bye’s Tiny Heroes
Tickets only £5 in association with the ARC at Stockton
Who’s your hero? And what is a hero, anyway?
Tiny Heroes is a show about the people who saved your life, your day, or your bacon. The people who took the time, took a stand, or took a chance. The people who tried, even if they failed.
A hilarious, heart-warming and thought-provoking tour of heroism across the country – including where you are – featuring music, song and spellbinding visuals.
Written by Daniel Bye
Directed by Ruth Cooper
Performed by Daniel Bye and Victoria Brazier
Design by Barney George
Songs by Boff Whalley
Originally devised with Sarah Punshon and Nadia Morgan
Originally commissioned by Beaford Arts in association with The Bike Shed Theatre
Age guidance: 12+ Length: Approx 1hr 45mins inc interval
“A brilliant play. Got people to think about what they do in their lives and how they too might be heroes.”
“A lovely lovely show. It’s funny, moving and thought-provoking – three things that theatre should be. It’s very engaging. Makes you think about your own life and other people’s lives.”
7 December: Ceilidh
with music at the heart of Teesdale – Cream Tees
Friday 20 December: Family Christmas Fun with Santa visit
Tuesday 31 December: New Year’s Eve Family party
tickets in advance only @£2 adults and £1 children. Bar, food and disco
NOTE there WILL be open mic as usual on Friday 3 January; free admission, doors 7 30.
January 26 Burns Night
Sunday 2 February – Castle Players present The Old Curiosity Shop ( matinee )
Doors at 2.30, tickets £8 from hall and post office