Nailsea Tithe Barn Trust @ The Tithe Barn

Welcome

Nailsea Tithe Barn dates from 1480 and with Holy Trinity Church is part of Nailsea’s historic heart. A school for over 200 years, it is now fully restored to its medieval origins. The vaulted ceiling, stonework and owl & putlog holes are beautiful features along with the modern facilities you need.

About the Barn

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Film@ The Tithe Barn

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If you've not been to a film at the Tithe Barn we hope you will come along soon to see just what a great experience it is.  We have full screen, professional quality projection and sound.  We also set out tables and chairs for a relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy the evening.  Visit our bar before the film and take a glass of wine or beer or soft drinks into the hall and sit back and relax!  Click on Events to see the films that are coming up in the next few months.

Film @ the Tithe Barn

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The Film of a Book

Specially for those who love books and films.  

For 'Book Night' come along to the Tithe Barn and enjoy the remarkable pairing of Kazuo Ishiguro's novel 'The Remains of the Day' and the Merchant Ivory film 'Remains of the day' Everyone welcome but a special chance for book groups to have a night out enjoying a glass of wine and a chance to talk about these two great creative partnerships.

Sunday 14th April

Film starta at 7.30pm, 

Doors and Bar from 6.30 for a chance to chat about the book first..

A Night of Jake Thackray

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Remember Jake Thackray?  Jake was a singer-songwriter in the French tradition, hugely popular in the 60s and 70s, but whose songs were firmly rooted in the English character and language - funny, sad, tragic, rude.  In short - unique.

Jake sadly died aged 64 in 2002 but his songs live on through John Watterson (Fake Thackray).  John is the UK's foremost interpreter of the wonderful wordsmithery of Jake Thackray.  He has worked closely with the Thackray family to introduce new audiences to Jake's work.  The Tithe Barn presents A Night of Jake Thackray on Saturday 6th April at 8pm.  Tickets £10 on the door or book online.

Book Tickets here

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What's On

Details of Music and Film events coming up at the Tithe barn

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Hire The Barn

The Tithe Barn is the perfect place for community events, private or corporate functions, music, dancing, celebrations and weddings. For regular hire or one off functions, the Barn caters for groups from 5 to 120.

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History

The Tithe Barn was used to collect tithes or taxes. It became a school in 1789 when Hannah More persuaded the Church to build a school for the poor.

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Contact Us

Click below to send an EMail

To book the Barn: enquiries@nailseatowncouncil.gov.uk 


For general enquiries and to become a Friend of Nailsea Tithe Barn: enquiries@nailseatithebarn.co.uk  


For schools or to book a group tour of the barn:  education@nailseatithebarn.co.uk

Nailsea Tithe Barn

Church Lane, Nailsea, North Somerset, England BS48 4NG, UK

01275 855277

Town Council Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm

Friday: 9am - 1pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed