Princes Theatre

Constructed in 1931, the impressive purpose built Princes Theatre sits inside the grade II listed building, Clacton Town Hall.  Designed in 1926 by architect Sir A Brumwell Thomas, the construction started two years later on an acre plot, formerly a potato field. The Princes Theatre as part of the new town hall complex was officially opened at 12.30pm on 14th April 1931 by Princes Arthur of Connaught.

It was a 1,250 seat theatre and public hall. At the time it was managed & owned by Clacton Urban District Council, which then changed to Tendring District Council in 1985. The capacity changed a few times, from 1250 seats to 1008 in 1961 and at present seats 820.

The princes theatre now stages over 150 shows, semiars, exhibitions, meetings, weddings & events per year. Situated in the town centre the building is a hub of entertainment for the town.

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Saturday 6th April 2019


The ticket entitles 2 people to attend A Vision of Elvis starring Rob Kingsley winner of The National Tribute Music Awards and renowned as the best Elvis Presley tribute concert touring the world today.

Doors open at 6.45 and performance commences at 7.30pm.



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Clacton on Sea


CO15 1SE
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01255 686633
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Clacton on Sea, Less than 1 mile miles
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