A new King’s Hall membership scheme offering a wide range of benefits has been launched.
The seafront venue in Herne Bay, which is owned and managed by the city council, hosts live music, comedy nights, community events and much more, alongside a mouth-watering new food and drink menu that caters for every taste.
By taking out a King’s Hall membership, people can now save money and get early notice of future events. Benefits include:
- 20 per cent off food and drink (excluding alcoholic drinks)
- 10 per cent off tickets to selected events
- Priority notice of upcoming shows and events
- No booking fee when booking in person at the box office
- Events programme posted directly through the door
- Welcome pack and membership card
- Free branded tote bag as a welcome gift
Membership costs £30 per person or £50 per couple and can be purchased at the venue or on the King’s Hall website.
The scheme is the latest in a series of measures to improve the King’s Hall, including full redecoration of the interior to restore it to its former glory, a completely revamped food and drink menu, a programme of free music on the venue’s rooftop that returns for summer 2019, and longer summer opening hours.
Chairman of the council’s Community Committee, Cllr Neil Baker, said: “A lot of hard work has gone into transforming the King’s Hall from a tired old building into a leading local entertainment venue over the last couple of years. The events and the food and drink offer are now getting excellent reviews and word is spreading that it’s a fantastic place to spend time in.
“There are some great benefits that come with this membership scheme and we hope it’s going to be really popular.”