The Nottingham Organ Society was founded in 1967 as The Nottingham Hammond Organ Society to cater for people interested in Organ music other than that heard in churches, etc. To broaden it's scope it later changed to just the NOTTINGHAM ORGAN SOCIETY.
If you would like to hear the electronic organ played by a variety of the country's most renowned organists, then come along to the Bonington Theatre in the Leisure Centre at Arnold on the first Monday in any month, except some bank holidays. As a member you will be eligible for a reduced admission charge.
For members and their guests we have "Informal Evenings" on the third Monday of the month at the newly refurbished Bonington Theatre, Arnold, Nottingham when the Society's Technics organ and Yamaha keyboard are made available for "hands-on" use as well as members' own organs that they bring along. Other activities are also put on and a bar is open in the Concert Room where the Society has exclusive use.
Members also receive by post every month a copy of the Society's magazine "HARMONY" which gives details in full of all Society events together with news items and articles of interest to organ enthusiasts.
The Nottingham Organ Society organises other events during the year including special concerts and coach trips to hear theatre organ installations.
Membership of the Society is open to all who are interested in organ music. For further details contact the Membership Secretary.
renewals can be completed on concert nights in the theatre bar.
The club usually meets on the 1st Monday of the month at 7.30pm
Subscription: Adult £8.00, couples £13.00 (under 18's £4.50)
Members admission: £6.00
Visitors admission: £7.50
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