MelodyTimes concerts are friendly events packed with music for all to enjoy, where like minded people gather for evenings of fabulous live music performed by top players from all around the UK. If you enjoy the music of André Rieu, Glenn Miller, James Last, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, and the 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s, these concerts are for you!
We meet at 7.15pm on the second Wednesday of each month at:The Roffey Club, which is in Spooners Road, Roffey, Horsham, RH12 4DY. Doors normally open a half an hour before the concert starts.Admission is £7.50 per person and is payable in cash on the door.There is a licensed bar at the venue, where they also sell teas and coffees.If you have any queries or would like more information about our Horsham concerts, please e-mail email@example.com or telephone Chris on 07940 360 189or Michael on 07748 113 975.For access queries only, the Roffey Club number is 01403 210 223.
Spooners Road is a turning off of Crawley Road, which runs between the Tesco Express Roundabout (Rusper Rd/Kings Rd etc) at the west and the B2195 Crawley Road/Harwood Road at the east. Once in Spooners Road, you will find the club entrance is a narrow driveway in the north-west corner, between houses. There is ample free parking at the club.
Sadly, all of our concert evenings are currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic but we hope to be back together as soon as we can. In the meanwhile, stay safe and well.
Horsham MelodyTimes was started out of the embers of the old Horsham Organ & Keyboard Society (HOKS), a group which had prospered in the area for over 37 years. With the committee all feeling it was the time to step down, the club closed at the end of 2017. Organists Michael Wooldridge and Chris Stanbury had both enjoyed long associations with the Society and decided it would be sad to let our kind of music disappear from the area, so in June 2018 they launched Horsham MelodyTimes Concerts, changing venue from the previous HOKS venue to the Roffey Club, a venue they both liked from playing there for Sunday evening ballroom dances; they both felt it had just the right warm atmosphere, plus free parking and a licensed bar, making it ideal for concert gatherings. Since then they have been pleased to be able to bring some of the UK’s finest keyboard entertainers to the town. The small but loyal audience all love their evenings of live music and the opportunity to meet with one another in such friendly surroundings.