The Maldon District offers a full calendar of entertainment to suit all interests and budgets with a quality event to attend whatever time of year you decide to visit, often staged in quirky venues that are sure to make your experience unique and memorable. Watch our annual firework display set against the spectacular backdrop of traditional Thames Barges, or a popular drama performed in a tractor shed. Dance the night away in a WWI aerodrome hanger, listen to a world-class choir perform in an historic chapel, or camp like a castaway on beautiful Northey Island. Colourful regattas, family fun, beer festivals, country shows, music, culture, the inspiring Saltmarsh 75 endurance challenge, and of course, the wacky, internationally renowned Mud Race, all have their home here!

Check out our Local Page for all events, groups, societies and more that your may be interested in joining or attending. The Maldon District has something to offer all of its residents and visitors alike.


The Maldon Pantomime Society proudly presents 'Peter Pan' by J.M Barrie. There are six performances, two on Friday evenings on 19th and 26th January, two Saturday matinee performances on 20th and 27th, and there are also two Saturday evening performances on 20th and 27th January.
SWARB! It suits him well is a touring tribute by minstrel friends coming together to celebrate the great man and his music. Honoured to be hosting this in Maldon, macTheatre invite you to be part of the Wake of all Wakes and a night to remember in salute of a national treasure.

Dempsey Broughton are Kevin Dempsey and Joe Broughton. Since forming in 1999, this incredible duo have recorded three albums and toured extensively all over the world. Combining emotive song and unrivalled instrumental capability, they never fail to create a spellbinding atmosphere.


Maldon District Tourist Information Centre

Specially trained staff at the Maldon District Tourist Information Centre and the Burnham-on-Crouch Tourist Information Centre are on hand to offer expert and friendly advice to help you make the most of your visit. Situated in the centres of Maldon and Burnham-on-Crouch, the two TICs offer a selection of free guides and brochures to help you understand and appreciate this unique area.