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“HOW DO THEY DO THAT?” If that is a question you have ever asked yourself when watching a professional dancer, then Chantry Dance Company are here to help! They are hosting a fun,...
The Horsham Symphony Orchestra opens its summer concert at the Capitol with a performance of Mendelssohn’s ever popular Hebrides Overture. This will be followed by a performance of...
VMA Dance are celebrating their 5 year anniversary with “VMA Dance goes to Hollywood,” their premiere performance at The Capitol.
Southwater Junior Academy present their summer show, 'Dragon Days'.
Sir Geoff comes to The Capitol bang in the middle of the 2018 World Cup
Mark Anthony is without a doubt the world best tribute to Prince, not only sounding like him, but looking more like Prince than Prince did.
The long-established Horsham School of Dance is delighted to be returning once again to The Capitol theatre with a new show ‘Tutus to Tap Shoes’.
Our Blue Oasis Club film screenings are for people with learning disabilities and on the autistic spectrum and their friends. Lights up, sound low with no trailers and the freedom...
THE HAPPY PRINCE tells the story of the last days of Oscar Wilde.
Saturday mornings. All tickets £3! Under 12s must be accompanied by a parent/carer and No unaccompanied adults will be admitted.
The Opera House, a new film by award-winning documentary filmmaker Susan Froemke, surveys a remarkable period of the Metropolitan Opera’s rich history and a time of great change for New York. Featuring rarely s...
Marking the end of a year-long journey, from page to screen, with original music, and an original story, Graded Films, a team of young aspiring filmmakers, are proud to present Unforgettable.
Are you missing out on seeing films as you can't get a babysitter or are worried your baby may disturb other patrons? Well worry no more as bringing a screaming baby to these film...
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie will be broadcast live from the Apollo Theatre in London’s Shaftesbury Avenue to cinemas nationwide.
A man suffering from a mid-life crisis finds new meaning in his life after joining an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team.
Based on a true story, 12 year old Tom (Art Parkinson) and his misfit friends fight to save Buster the baby elephant during the air raids on Belfast in 1941.
Part of The Metropolitan Opera Summer Encores - book all 4 screenings and save 10%
Theatre Tokens and Cinema Vouchers are available from Box Office.
Call our Box Office on 01403 750220 for more info.
From 4 June - 27 June.
Open Mon-Sat from 10am.
Call Box Office for Sunday opening hours.