Marlow Town Band is a traditional British brass band based in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Established in 1906, the band regularly plays in the local area, as well as all around the South of England. In the last year we have played in Bournemouth, London, Windsor, High Wycombe, Henley and many other places in between.
We currently rehearse on Monday evenings (except Bank Holidays) from 8pm to 10pm at the Band Hall which is just off Wethered Road, Marlow. All players are welcome, even if you've not played for many years. A limited number of instruments are available to borrow, free-of-charge. There is no fee to join or to be part of the band. The location of the band hall is shown below.
The band plays a wide variety of music, including classical music, pop music, music from stage and screen, as well as more traditional brass band favourites. We perform at many events throughout the year, with events ranging from; self-promoted concerts, regattas and proms along the river, Christmas carol events, and an annual band tour to Bournemouth every summer.
The band is keen to take a prominent role in the community, and enjoys supporting and hosting events around Marlow and Buckinghamshire. Please click here to see details of our upcoming concerts.
The band hall is located at:
The Band Hall
The location of the band hall is shown on the map to the right.
Marlow is a picturesque town situated on the Thames in the county of Buckinghamshire. Marlow has been a choice location for well-known people, including Robbie Williams, Heston Blumenthal, David Seaman, Matt Dawson, and Andrew Strauss.
Marlow has an annual rowing regatta that is usually held in June each year, two weeks before the more famous Henley Royal Regatta. Marlow rowing club has often done well at the regatta, with notable members includig Steve Redgrave and Katherine Granger.
As well as this, Marlow has also become a hotbed for restaurants. The two best known are the Compleat Angler, and the two Michelin Starred restaurant The Hand & Flowers. The Hand & Flowers is one of two Tom Kerridge restaurants in Marlow, the other being The Coach.