The David Hall is one of South West England’s foremost Performing Arts Centres.

We are best known for our lively folk and acoustic music, attracting nationally known artists who love the atmosphere, acoustics and warm welcome – as will you.

Our varied programme includes theatre, dance, film and community events; as well as music ranging from traditional to contemporary. 

We are located in the beautiful South Petherton, Somerset with easy access from the A303 and not far from the M5 and A37.

We hope to see you soon!

Instant Info:

Address:
Roundwell St, South Petherton. Somerset. TA13 5AA

Current Box Office opening hours:

Due to volunteer availability, The Box Office will ONLY be open on:

Wednesday 26 January and Wednesday 23 February between 10am – 12pm 

Tickets can still be purchased over the phone, so leave a message if no answer and someone will return your call. You can buy tickets from N&D Newsagents on St James’s Street in South Petherton. If you are interested in joining our Box Office team then email Liz Dunn – vols@thedavidhall.org.uk

Tel 01460 240340

General enquiries: info@thedavidhall.org.uk

Tickets: boxoffice@thedavidhall.org.uk

Concessionary Tickets are available to ‘Friends of P.A.T.’; People in receipt of a State Pension; Young persons under 18 years old – we reserve the right to ask for proof of eligibility

What's coming up...

Wed
25
May
Coffee Morning
10:00 am
Pop in for a cup of real coffee and a chat. Look around the book and bric-a-brac stalls and more often than not, listen to some live music. Last Wedne...
Fri
27
May
PPS Present: Belfast (12A) 2021
8:00 pm
A young boy and his working-class Belfast family experience the tumultuous late 1960s.
Sat
28
May
Oysterband – Chance to Dance
8:00 pm
A 'Chance to Dance' set on the Saturday night will be followed by a 'Seated Concert' set on the Sunday. For a venue of our size to get the full Oyster...
Sun
29
May
Oysterband – Seated Concert – last few tickets
7:30 pm
Once more, a 'Chance to Dance' set on the Saturday night will be followed by a 'Seated Concert' set on the Sunday. For a venue of our size to get the ...
Wed
1
Jun
Wassail Theatre present: Whispering Willows
2:00 pm
Whispering Willows is a highly accessible show for families: it is non-verbal and features beautiful puppets made from withies.
Sat
4
Jun
WÖR
8:00 pm
With their finely textured arrangements, WÖR inject new energy into 18th-century melodies from the Flanders region of Belgium. Their music shines an ...
Sat
11
Jun
Reg Meuross
8:00 pm
Reg is touring with songs of history, protest, love, loss, and legend from 14 releases as well as some brand-new songs from three forthcoming projects...
Sat
18
Jun
Petherton Folk Fest 2022
This is as always, a day of free entertainment for all ages and will include Children's activities and workshops
Sun
19
Jun
Crystal & Tibetan Singing Bowl Sound Bath
2:00 pm
Experience the therapeutic Pure Sound effect with musician and sound healing facilitator, Dean Carter (MA Oxon),
Fri
24
Jun
PPS Present: The Duke (12) 2020
8:00 pm
In 1961, Kempton Bunton, a 60 year old taxi driver, steals Goya's portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London.
Sat
25
Jun
Acoustic Night – Cancelled
7:30 pm
Live at the Hall, Do please book ahead rather than, as previously, just turning up and expecting to get a spot. It doesn’t matter if you’re a musi...
Fri
1
Jul
The Leylines plus support Chris Ostler – a chance to dance event – new date
8:00 pm
The Leylines are a West Country collective with a genre-defying, eclectic sound that ranges from Traditional Folk to full blown festival Rock.
Sat
2
Jul
Flamenco Night
8:00 pm
The intense sounds of hand clapping, foot stomping, singing and exquisite guitar playing will transport you for one night to Andalucia
Wed
6
Jul
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School present Vanity Fair
7:30 pm
Adapted for the stage by Declan Donnellan and directed by Paul Chesterton, Thackeray’s hilarious satire is destined to thrill audiences this summer.
Fri
8
Jul
PPS Present: Mothering Sunday (15) 2021
8:00 pm
A maid living in post-World War I England secretly plans to meet with the man she loves before he leaves to marry another woman.