What’s on

The hall is now open again for regular users and one-off hires. We ask all users to follow the latest guidance on Coronavirus. Numbers will be limited for all events to allow greater distancing and ventilation. Cleaning schedules will be maintained, and when the bar is open patrons are requested not to congregate at it, but to return to their seats. We have managed the pandemic well this far and do not intend to allow vigilance to lapse, while opening as fully as we feel able.

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.

Couch to 5K –   This is an NHS-backed initiative to get us doing some gentle exercise each week.  New members are always welcome whether a regular runner or a never runner, there’s a group to join at a time to suit.

Do get in touch if you are interested in any of these activities – scarthhall@gmail.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 on Thursday mornings? contact Janeyoungart@me.com

Every third Sunday evening is the quiz night – very informal and no need to come as a team. Entry £1 at 7pm and bar open.

or gentle yoga Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening? dancing, tai chi, playing a ukulele or guitar, Kurling, vinyl music evening, cinema etc etc – there’s something for you for sure!

TICKETS FOR ALL EVENTS MAY BE PURCHASED FROM http://www.ticketsource.co.uk or Staindrop Post Office. Call 07881248478 for any enquiries.




Saturday 17 SeptemberThe Fabs back by popular demand. A lively evening of reliving the best years of pop music from the 60’s and 70’s. Doors 7:30

Friday 21 October‘Americana’ evening of live music featuring CoJo and Kitchy Retro, always give a classy and enjoyable performance. Doors 7 30, tickets £10

Tuesday 8 November

‘Behind the Scenes’

The Norman Cornish Sketchbooks. One of the leading British artists of the 20th Century and his collection of 269 sketchbooks has been catalogued by the family. The images inside reveal the fascinating story and historical record behind his most iconic works, chronicling a by-gone era and evoking a strong emotional attachment for many people.

This is an illustrated talk by Mike Thornton, Norman’s son in law.

Doors and bar at 7, talk to commence at 7.30. Tickets £5 from post office, on door, or ticket source.co.uk

Friday 11 NovemberFools Gold (Carol and Steve Robson) perform ‘Beat the Drum’; an evening of music with a WWI theme. Check it out on Spotify and Apple music. Doors 7:30. Tickets £10