About

The Oak Room Tiverton: originally a church built in 1831The Oak Room is an amazing space in central Tiverton with a cafe, gallery, meeting room, garden and large auditorium for music events or weddings.

Originally founded as a church in 1660, the existing building is Victorian, built in 1831, and until 2012 it was a United Reformed Church.  In April 2014 it was bought by Sue Searle, a local business woman and property investor who intends to convert the former church into a vibrant community space.

Sue renamed the former church The Oak Room and started her vision of transforming the building into the hub of Tiverton for art and music. It is an art gallery, cafe with stunning garden.

The Oak Room is suitable for live music, films. plays, choirs, fairs, workshops, seminars, meetings, conferences, weddings… the possible uses are endless!

The Oak Room Tiverton

The Oak Room, Tiverton (Former United Reformed Church)

Facilities:

Stage

Amazing acoustics!

Pipe Organ

Seating for 150+ people including a viewing gallery

Meeting rooms

Stunning Garden with view over River Exe

Toilets

Kitchen facilities and refreshments available

Ideas for Community Use of The Oak Room:

If you have a community group, slimming club, choir, amateur dramatics group, club or anything else that might need a large venue, cafe or gallery space then please get in touch with us – you could use our beautiful space! (see some ideas for community use below)

Music venue:

  • Organ recitals
  • Choirs
  • Live bands
  • String quartets
  • Drumming workshops
  • Organ practice

Arts and Crafts:

  • Art and craft gallery
  • Art studio
  • Art and craft classes

Fairs and Markets:

  • Indoor markets
  • Christmas market
  • Holistic fairs
  • Craft fairs
  • Wedding fairs

Cafe:

  • Coffee mornings
  • Internet cafe
  • Co-working space
  • Group meetings
  • Business breakfasts

Gatherings:

  • Parties
  • Family gatherings
  • Weddings
  • Funerals
  • Naming ceremonies

Community Activities:

  • Yoga/fitness/martial arts/circuits
  • Local groups – flower club, art society, film club, organ club, choirs

Learning:

  • Lectures and seminars
  • Business clubs
  • Courses and workshops
  • Evening talks

Holistic therapies:

  • Sound baths/sound therapy/drumming
  • Therapies
  • Workshops

Theatre:

  • Plays
  • Opera
  • Films
  • Pantomime
  • School plays
  • Youth theatre

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