The Assembly House Trust is proud to support a wide range of community organisations by offering high quality facilities at a subsidised rate.

East Anglia Geological Society

The East Anglian Regional Group covers the Norfolk, Suffolk & Cambridgeshire area, providing around six meetings/ lectures a year on varying geological issues.

Norfolk Archeological Trust

The Norfolk Archaeological Trust is a conservation charity devoted to the care of some of the most important archaeological sites in the county.

Norwich Flower Club

As one of the older flower groups in the country, Norwich Flower Club was originally founded in 1952 by the late Mrs. Jocelyn Steward. Membership is open to all who enjoy flowers and floral arrangements. They guarantee a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in which to develop your interest through an annual programme of meetings, demonstrations, workshops and outings.

Norwich in Bloom

Norwich in Bloom is a community organisation that works to provide stunning floral displays around the city centre.

Norwich Philharmonic Society

The Norwich Philharmonic Society was established in 1841 and has remained at the heart of the city’s musical life ever since. With a full-size symphony orchestra and a mixed chorus of some 120 voices, the Society performs a wide repertoire of large-scale works, joined by guest soloists of the highest calibre. ‘The Phil’ performs four concerts of choral and/or orchestral music each season, plus a very popular Family Christmas Concert.

Norwich Support OCD

The Norwich and Norfolk OCD Voluntary Support was founded in 2004 by Geraldine Scott, with the aim of providing support to those with OCD, carers and family members including those who want to gain a better understanding of this anxiety disorder.

Noverre Visual Arts Society

The aim of the Noverre Visual Arts Society is to show classic films old and new in pleasant surroundings, we meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 2.15pm.

As, in general the members are of the “older generation” we hope the films will bring back memories of youth. The more modern films they can perhaps enjoy in company with like-minded people.

Norwich Opera Club

A friendly and informal gathering of Opera enthusiasts and Theatre-goers
who have been getting together every two weeks since 1970.

Richard III Society

The Richard III Society is an organisation based in the UK with branches throughout the world. It is run by volunteer members and operates on different levels.

Royal Geographical Society

Founded in 1830, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is dedicated to the development and promotion of geographical knowledge, together with its application to the challenges facing society and the environment.

Norwich U3A

U3A Norwich, is an opportunity for people aged 50 and over to enjoy meeting others in an informal atmosphere, usually in members homes, to learn and enjoy various educational, creative and leisure activities. In addition monthly meetings are held in the Music Room at The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich on the third Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m.

Norwich Speakers Club

Norwich Speakers Club is a group of people who get together every second Thursday at 7.30 p.m. for a couple of hours of fun to practice the art of effective communication through public speaking.

The Norwich Society

The Norwich Society helps people enjoy the history and character of Norwich, and helps to shape the future of the City.  Formed in 1923, it has over 700 members and organises walks, talks, projects, audits, reports and scrutiny over whatever aspects of the life and fabric of Norwich that interests its members.    The Society’s office is on the second floor of the Assembly House and its winter lectures, and bi-annual Design Awards, are staged in the Music Room and Noverre Ballroom respectively.

The Great Hall Theatre Company

For over fifty years Great Hall Theatre Company has produced plays at various venues in Norwich and the surrounding area. Since August 2005 they have been the resident theatre company at The Assembly House. Over six productions in each season, they present a varied mix of plays, with six performances of each (including a Saturday matinee).