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Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

Thursday 23rd - Saturday 25th May, 7.30pm

In Richard Alfieri's poignant comedy, FHODS invites you to a retirees apartment in Florida to witness the developing relationship between Lily Harrison, a 'take no prisoners' widow of a conservative baptist minister, and Michael Minetti an acerbic gay dance instructor, newly from New York. Both wounded, both keeping secrets, an unlikely friendship forms leading to a meeting of feet, if not
always minds.

Contains strong language and adult themes.

Tickets £10 | £8 (Members/Under 18s)
Doors 6.30pm | Unreserved seating

FHODS Small Stage Theatre
*These performances will take place in our welcoming foyer. Seats for these events will be unreserved, but rest assured, there will be ample seating available for everyone booked and a maximum of 120 audience members per performance.

Derek Nash 'Picante'

Thursday 30th May, 7.30pm

The World Jazz Live Sessions continue this May with the brilliant Picante. Picante is a hugely enjoyable Latin band, fronted by Derek Nash (featured saxophonist with the Jools Holland R&B Orchestra, Ronnie Scotts Blues Explosion and Sax Appeal) and Dominic Ashworth (British Jazz award-winning guitarist). Hosted by Maiuko

Tickets £17.50
Doors 6.30pm | Unreserved seating
A PortCaia Production in association with The Tower Theatre

Punk and Plume - Kings, Queens & Inbetweens

Saturday 8th June, 8pm

Enjoy an evening of top drag cabaret, hosted by the fabulous Dita Garbo, featuring a variety of acts to entertain and delight. Continue your night after the show with music & dancing. Guaranteed to be a night to remember! 

Tickets £16 
VIP Package for 2 £60 (includes a bottle of Prosecco & a reserved table)
Doors 7pm | Strictly 18+

Showbiz Academy's 25th Anniversary Showcase

Sunday 9th June, 5pm

The pupils of Showbiz Academy present their 25th Anniversary showcase!

Tickets £16 | £14 Under 16s and over 65s
Doors from 4pm

Hasting Philharmonic Orchestra - Opera Gala

Thursday 13th June, 7.30pm

Hastings Philharmonic Orchestra is a dynamic world-class symphony orchestra for the flourishing South East, led by Artistic Director Marcio da Silva.

We are thrilled that they are returning to The Tower Theatre for a third visit, this time with the HPO Wind Quintet.

Come and listen to an exciting and light summer evening programme, including opera overtures you will certainly recognize. 


Unreserved seating | Adults £20 | Under 18s and full time students go free
Doors 6.30pm

Mrs H and the Sing-along Band

Saturday 15th June, 11am

Mrs H and the Sing-Along Band are back, with their infectious blend of family music!

Their aim is to provide quality music for children that adults will love too. Bring your voices, silly dances, a sprinkling of mischief and don’t hold back from joining in the fun!
"Mrs H is one of the hidden gems of London." Time out 

Adult £5 | Child £3.50 
Unreserved seating | Doors 30 minutes before show starts | Running time 1 hour | Suitable for ages 0-8

The Hijacked Hollies

Saturday 15th June, 7.30pm

We're delighted to welcome back The Hijacked Hollies. Paying tribute to one of the 60’s and 70’s greatest vocal bands, The Hijacked Hollies feature all the classic Hollies favourites including Bus Stop, Carrie Anne and The Air That I Breathe and their smash hit He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother. If you are a big Hollies fan, or just enjoy reminiscing the sounds of the 60s and 70s, then this tribute is one not to miss!

Tickets £16
Doors 6.30pm

Tristan Banks Quartet

Thursday 20th June, 7.30pm

We're delighted to welcome back the Tristan Banks Quartet, following a full house show in March 23. His debut album, View From Above, encapsulates Tristan Banks’ experience as a versatile artist, covering a range of styles that he has been deeply involved with during his career. Though predominantly jazz-led, elements of Latin and fusion influences can be detected, though this never betrays the core purpose. Hosted by Maiuko.

Tickets £15
Doors 6.30pm | Unreserved seating
A PortCaia Production in association with The Tower Theatre

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Friday 28th-Saturday 29th June & Thursday 4th July-Sunday 7th July

We are delighted to be able to present Disney's Beauty and the Beast for our FHODS summer musical this year!

Come and step into the enchanted world of this Broadway classic, Disney's Beauty and the BeastFull of all your favourite songs and characters from Disney's Academy Award-winning 1991 animated feature film.

Adults £16 | Under 18s £14

Doors open one hour before the performance

Disney's Beauty and the Beast Exclusive Sing-Along Performance!

Sunday 7th July, 2.30pm

Join us for this very special sing-along performance of Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Adults £16 | Under 18s £14

Doors open one hour before the performance

Beddow Academy 30th Anniversary Show

Saturday 13th July, 2pm & 7pm

The Beddow Academy are thrilled to present their 30th Anniversary Show!

Tickets £14 | £12 Concessions (over 65s and under 18s)
Doors open one hour before each performance

Matilda JR.

Friday 2nd - Saturday 3rd August, 7.30pm

Beddow Summer workshop students are thrilled to present their production of Matilda JR.

This family-friendly musical is based on the classic book Matilda by Roald Dahl. Be warned however, the children are revolting!

Tickets £15 | £12 Concessions (over 65s and under 18s)
Doors from 6.30pm

Happy Box of Imps - September

The Improv Comedy Extravaganza

Friday 6th September, 7.30pm

Love “Whose Line Is It Anyway” and “Mock The Week”?  Then this is a show for you!
The evening will include short-form scenes and silly games, which are completely unscripted and unplanned. Audience involvement is key – the ideas come from you!

Early Bird £6 (until 16th July) | £8 thereafter
Doors from 6.30pm | Unreserved seating

Sister Act

13th - 14th September & 19th - 21st September

Brace yourselves – the habit is coming to Folkestone, as FHODS are thrilled to present the divine musical comedy -  Sister Act in September 2024!

Adults £20 | Members £18 | Under 18s £13
Adults £18 | Members £16 | Under 18s £13
Doors open one hour before the performance | Recommended 13+

The Fleetwood Mac Songbook

Friday 27th September, 7.30pm

Touring across the UK since 2018, and earning rave reviews from Fleetwood Mac fans and venues wherever they appear, The Fleetwood Mac Songbook's dynamic, hit packed show includes well loved songs from all eras of FM's incredible six decade career ... Go Your Own Way, Little Lies, Dreams, The Chain, Don't Stop, Everywhere, Rhiannon, Seven Wonders, Oh Well, Big Love ...

Tickets £24 | £22.50 Concessions (Over 65s/Under 18s)
Doors 6.30pm

The Marvellous Magic Show

Friday 4th October, 7.30pm

Book your seat now for a rollercoaster of world-class magic and barrels of laughter. Your magic stars are direct from London's West End and have performed all over the world for Kings, Queens and celebrities! 

Tickets £17.50 | £10 Under 18s
Doors 6.30pm |  Recommend 13+ - may feature occasional strong language & adult humour

Simply Swing - The Story of Swing Music

Saturday 5th October, 7.30pm

This fantastic show includes the music and footage of Cab Calloway, Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Bobby Darin, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, even a little Bublé and many more, all performed brilliantly by a 10 piece show band, including three great vocalists.

Tickets £22.50 | £21 Concessions (Over 65s/Under 18s)
Doors 6.30pm

Rave On: The Ultimate 50s & 60s Experience

Saturday 12th October, 7.30pm

We're excited that Rave On is back for their fourth consecutive year! 

You won't want to miss this award-winning banda group comprised of stars from West End Productions The Buddy Holly Story, Million Dollar Quartet, One Man Two Guvnors and Dreamboats & Petticoats, will transport you back to the fabulous 50’s and the swinging 60’s in stunningly authentic style!

Tickets £24.50 | £22.50 Concessions (over 65s/under 18s + full time students)
Doors 6.30pm

ALFIE MOORE: A Face for Radio

Saturday 19th October, 7.30pm

Thirty years of shift-work, and being punched in the face, has left ‘Fair Cop’ Alfie Moore with a ‘face for radio’. A surprising middle-aged career shift turned battle-scarred Alfie from street
cop to BBC radio star. But when TV fame beckoned could he grasp it or was he past it?

Tickets £18
Doors 6.30pm

Anthems of Rock

Saturday 26th October, 7.30pm

This rock opera is like nothing you’ve seen before! Exacting attention to detail, with three West End credited vocalists and backed by one of the best 5-piece bands on the planet, relive the hits from rock gods such as Journey, Aerosmith, Queen, Bon Jovi, Kiss, AC/DC, Van Halen and many more!

Tickets £25 | Concessions £23 (over 65s/under 18s)
Doors 6.30pm | Running time 150 minutes including interval

The Americana Revue - Live on Stage!

Saturday 16th November, 7.30pm

Back by popular demand!

The Americana Revue is a unique & exciting live music stage show celebrating many of the world’s best loved U.S. artists & some of the most inspiring songs of a generation. Two hours of timeless, multi-million selling #1 chart hits and classic songs that have been the soundtrack to countless music fans’ lives for decades!

Tickets £25  |  £23 Concessions (over 65s/18s)
Doors 6.30pm 

The Jerseys

Saturday 23rd November, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

The Jerseys are the UK's #1 Tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, and are back by popular demand for their fourth consecutive year!
This all-singing, all-dancing show features hit after hit, comedy and more – the complete night out which will have you dancing in the aisles of the theatre and leave you ‘beggin’ for more!

Tickets £26 | £24 Concessions (over 65s/under 18s)
Doors open one hour before each performance

Rewind to the 70s Show

Friday 29th November, 7.30pm

Stagecoach presents ‘Rewind to the 70s’, a show featuring the stunning vocals of Sue Caroline and the sensational Andy Wall Band.

A fantastic uplifting concert, celebrating some of the biggest hits from the the 70s, including songs from some of the greatest artists of all time such as Gladys Knight, Donna Summer, Barbra Streisand, Kiki Dee, Karen Carpenter, Gloria Gayner and many more.

Tickets £18.50
Doors 6.30pm | Unreserved seating 


13th - 30th December 2024

For Christmas 2024 FHODS is delighted to bring you Aladdin. A fairytale of true love, magical wishes and a treasure trove of festive fun, that’s simply Genie-us!

Adults £20 | Members £18 | Under 18s £13 | Family ticket £63 (2 adults & 2 under 18s)
Adults £18 | Members £16 | Under 18s £13 | Family ticket £58 (2 adults & 2 under 18s)

Opera Boys - A Night at the Musicals

Friday 28th February 2025, 7:30pm

The Opera Boys are back with their sell-out show 'A Night at the Musicals'. Completely updated with brand new musical medleys, stunning solo performances… and a few surprises!
The perfect evening for musical theatre lovers both young and old.

Tickets £25
Doors from 6.30pm

The Counterfeit Sixties

Saturday 29th March 2025, 7:30pm


After their success at The Tower Theatre, The Counterfeit Sixties make a welcome return. As Britain's No.1 tribute show they bring alive the magic of the sixties, with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era. 

The Counterfeit Sixties presents a showcase of the great bands of this unforgettable time. The fantastic music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks and The Monkees - to name but a few - all recreated in this stunning show.


Join us for a night of sixties nostalgia!


Tickets £23 | Concessions £21 (over 65s and under 18s)

Tony Stockwell Psychic Medium

Wednesday 30th April 2025, 7.30pm

Remarkably compelling, amazingly detailed and always humorous!

The popular star of TV’s Street Psychic, Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy, Tony Stockwell has a long established credibility as one of the top Intuitive Mediums and has shared the stage all round the world with international mediums such as Colin Fry, James van Praagh and Lisa Williams. 

Tickets £25 (first 5 rows) |  £22.50 all other seats
Running time 120 minutes with interval
Please note that recent legislative guidelines insist that any Evening of Mediumship should be billed ‘for entertainment purposes’