Chipstead hosts a wide variety of arts and leisure clubs.
The Chipstead Players Theatre Company operate from a lovingly converted stable block, now called the Courtyard Theatre, off a country lane in the beautiful village of Chipstead. Its sleepy setting belies the vibrant, busy atmosphere and creative energy inside. New visitors are amazed at the wealth of talent, expertise and resources inside this fully equipped 97 seat theatre and bar with its thriving membership spanning all ages. Come and discover our lovely theatre at one of our 7 productions each year,then share the secret of our success!
The Courtyard Theatre
Chipstead CR5 3QU
Box office and enquiries telephone: 01737 555680
Chipstead Signers are a charity choir and sing all around the village of Chipstead every year during the festive period. They sing at all the local Care Homes, nearby pubs and all the Sports Clubs in Chipstead and also provide some seasonal cheer at Drinks gatherings and Dinner parties in many houses in the community. They raise for the following local charities; Q.E.Foundation, Diamond Riding Centre, Tadworth Court and the Royal Marsden in Sutton. In 2022 they were delighted to have raised £3,000!
They also organise a popular Spring concert every year at The Peter Aubertin Hall; “All in the April Evening“ including drinks, nibbles and a raffle.
All members all love singing and thoroughly enjoy bringing pleasure to so many in the village as well as helping various charities. For further information please contact Diana Fewtrell email@example.com or 01737 554149
Probus is a social club for fully or partially retired professional and business men living in and around Chipstead. The main activity is the monthly lunch at Chipstead Golf Club, preceded by drinks from the bar. The atmosphere is informal and there are no requirements regarding attendance. Twice a year there is a slightly more formal Ladies Lunch at which partners and other female guests are welcome. There is also a monthly programme of country walks, each ending with a pub lunch, and there are a number of daytime sightseeing excursions or visits to a theatre or concert hall. Partners and guests are nearly always welcome to come to these too.
We have around 65 members. There is a modest entrance fee and very reasonable annual subscription. For full details of Club membership and activities please contact the Secretary:
Tel: 020 3731 7422 or 07799713092
Chipstead Jazz Club meets every other Monday in the Clubhouse at Chipstead Football Club in High Road. Our famous resident band leader, Brian White, gathers a different group of musicians for each sesion, making up an outstanding five piece band which plays a wide variety of high quality traditional jazz in a warm and friendly atmosphere. There is a licensed bar with real ales and hot bar food. Admission is £11.00, and all are welcome. Such is Brian's reputation that some of our audience come from 20 miles away! Doors are open at 6.30 pm and the music session runs from 7.30 - 10.00 pm
Email Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org to join our mailing list for dates and players.
Peter Aubertin Hall Elmore Road Chipstead
Very friendly, weekly, rubber bridge club with occasional Chicago evenings and Christmas and summer parties.
Meets Wednesdays 7.00 to 10.15 in the PA Hall. Annual subscription £5: Table money £2.50
New members and improvers very welcome. Contact Mrs Yvonne Adair
E mail: Yvonne.adair@ btinternet.com
Ladies from the surrounding areas of Chipstead, Hooley, Netherne and Banstead meet at the Chipstead Golf Club on the second Monday in the month at 12.30. We have 4 speakers a year and the rest of the time it is the opportunity for a friendly lunch and a chance to meet other local ladies.
Please do come and join us – the more the merrier!
Contact Pamela Wood
Telephone 01737 553911
The Arts Society Chipstead is a member society of The Arts Society, a leading arts educational charity with a global network of 380 societies. The Chipstead Society, formerly known as the Chipstead Decorative and Fine Arts Society (until the re-branding in 2017) was set up in 1988 by a group of friends in Chipstead with shared interest and curiosity about the fine arts. As a larger venue with a stage and screen and other facilities was required, it was decided to hold the lectures in the Banstead Community Hall in Park Road. Membership was extended to people living in the surrounding area. Bill Parkinson and Richard Kelsall were the founder members, both serving at Chairman in turn. It was an immediate success and has been holding monthly illustrated lectures ever since, as well as visits to places of interest or art galleries and holidays, both in this country and in Europe. The 30th Anniversary was celebrated with a dinner in 2018. Further details are available on the website: www.theartssocietychipstead.org.uk or by email to: email@example.com
For further information, or to contact the society visit http://www.theartssocietychipstead.org.uk