Almost 11 years to the day since their inception, Canterbury’s very own folk-pop band CoCo and the Butterfields will be capping off their month-long UK tour with a homecoming show at the Malthouse.
And it’s not just any gig… As well as being their first fully-fledged hometown show in nearly four years, this event will mark the official release of the group’s debut album ‘Ages’.
This will definitely be a night to remember so be sure not to miss out!
The theatre site will be open from 6.30pm with a card only pay bar.
Doors to the auditorium will be open at 7pm
7.30 – 8.20pm Gecko
8.45 – 10.30pm Coco and the Butterfields playing at
The Theatre campus has very limited onsite parking available, any available spaces will be allocated on a first arrival basis. We recommend you use local car parks such as St Radigund’s (5-7 minute walk), Pound Lane (10 minute walk) Canterbury West (10-12 minute walk) or public transport.
Mask Wearing & Covid-19
We ask that you do not attend the theatre if you have tested positive for covid-19 and are within your 5 days of isolation. Mask wearing is no longer mandatory but we support an individuals choice to wear a mask throughout the building.
The theatre has a fresh air flow system which pumps fresh air from outside into the auditorium – this can mean if the outside air temperature is low the theatre can feel cool.
Age advisory of 5 years and over. Children aged under 16 have to be accompanied by an adult (over 18). Tickets are a flat rate of £16.25 with a selection of either balcony seated, stalls seated or standing. There is no separate adult/concession/child rate. The rate includes a £1.25 booking fee.
Refunds & Exchanges
The production company is not offering refunds unless the show is cancelled. Tickets can be changed for an alternative performance of the same show (subject to availability). We can endeavour to resell your ticket, if the show is sold out. If your ticket is sold, we will refund the ticket value to the original payment method.
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