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The last tea dance at Tamworth Assembly Rooms attracted the highest number of dancers for many years as people enjoyed taking a final turn around the floor before the theatre closes for refurbishment.
A new stained glass window designed by Tamworth school children together with a professional artist was unveiled during a Remembrance Day service at Tamworth Library.
Thousands of people packed into Tamworth’s Castle Grounds on Saturday November 7 for another amazing display of fireworks and a fun-filled evening for the whole family.
Tamworth Assembly Rooms will be celebrating its 125th birthday on October 8th 2014.
Yesterday (12th March) 2pm – 8pm, Tamworth Assembly Rooms opened its doors to the public for them to get a glimpse at the future plans of the theatre as well as meet the design team behind the project and give their opinions on the designs.
Exciting new plans for the future of Tamworth Assembly Rooms are to be unveiled at a series of events next month – and members of the public are being invited to look at the designs and give their views.
Tamworth Assembly Rooms Heritage Team are holding another roadshow in March where members of the public are invited to look at the designs and give their views across to the team.
Tamworth Assembly Rooms are trying to gather photos, tickets memorabilia and memories that people have from the past or present to create a Tamworth Assembly Rooms archive.
Tamworth Pantomime Company returned on December 18th for the 7th year running with their production of Dick Whittington this time and what a great show it was!
This weekend 29th & 30th November Tamworth Assembly Rooms are celebrating 50 years since The Rolling Stones played on our stage on December 2nd 1963.