The Denny Civic Theatre is ideal for amateur dramatic shows, dance and variety shows It has seating for 330, 3 changing rooms totalling a capacity of 36. The Theatre adjoins the Concord Community Centre which has rooms available for breakout or additional changing facilities for which a small charge may be made.
Supervision of Dressing Rooms, which are located on upper floors, and other similar areas is the responsibility of the Hirer who will put in place adequate procedures and personnel for this purpose.
There is a large reception / foyer area that includes a ticket office and bar. The bar is available for hirers to use at no cost but hirers are responsible for obtaining the appropriate licenses, stock and staffing.
The Theatre has recently undergone a major refurbishment of new lighting and sound equipment.
The hirer is responsible for providing their own Technician from the approved list detailed on the Technical page. Additional equipment such as head mics, standard microphone and additional staging are also available for use.
We have a scheme called the Denny Civic Theatre Patron's Scheme which offers a range of benefits. Click the Theatre Patrons page for more information. For details on our list of Technicians click the Technical page
To make a provisional booking for the Denny Civic Theatre please complete the online enquiry form.
Once we receive your form we will contact you to discuss your requirements in further detail.
Please ensure you read the terms and conditions attached to your booking. If you have any questions prior to you submitting your online form please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01389 757806.
The hirer must comply with all the Performing Rights Society regulations and supply any relevant information pertaining to this as requested by WD Leisure.
The hirer will obtain any necessary licenses from the Phonographic Performances Ltd in respect of use of sound recordings and indemnify WD Leisure against any breach of copyright during the let.
Smoking is not permitted in any part of the Theatre, this includes all entrances, exists and fire exists or any part of the surrounding area.
The hirer may undertake the sale of merchandise – for example souvenirs, T-shirts, CD’s, photographs, etc. – during a Let with the prior agreement of WD Leisure. The hirer is required to provide a detailed list of all items which s/he proposes to sell prior to the Let.
All items offered for sale must comply with the terms and conditions of the Sale of Goods Act 1994 and any other relevant legislation. Where necessary, the Hirer will be responsible for securing any additional permissions or inspections from relevant bodies.
WD Leisure accepts no liability whatsoever for any items sold to third parties.