What a weekend ahead!

The playback of the rare jazz recording made by the New Jazz Orchestra in Camberley in 1966 went very well last night in the theatre bar. A knowledgeable crowd asked questions of our host, Adam Sieff from Gearbox Records and then listened intently as the crackly recording was played back. Here’s a picture of the one and only vinyl copy of this 50 year old recording. A lovely way to help celebrate the theatre’s 50th anniversary.


What a weekend of wonderful entertainment we have for you…!

Tonight, the Rooftop Cinema series orgnanised by our friends at Collectively Camberley features the Quentin Tarantino classic ‘Pulp Fiction’. This has now SOLD OUT, so ticket holders only please.

Pulp Fiction

Tomorrow night (Sat 4th June) we have the Vienna Festival Ballet performing at the theatre. This is a ticketed event and has very nearly sold out – we would advise you to book your tickets today to avoid disappointment. Don’t forget to use your CIF coupon code to get your £5 ticket discount.

LAU Square 2

During the day tomorrow it’s our adrenaline fuelled free Camberley live music and poetry slam!

Starting off at the theatre with acoustic sets from Sophie and the Giants and Sun Circus from 1pm, followed by the poetry slam hosted by Hammer and Tongue, still at the theatre café between 2 and 4pm.

Then, get ready to bowl around Camberley’s finest pubs, taking in the best of the local live music scene! We’ll see you at The Bear for a well earned lemonade at 8:30 for The Luxe and headline slot from Sun Circus!

Bands 1

Have a great, Camberley International Festival weekend 🙂


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