Theatre Landing Page

Theatre Landing Page 

This is the theatre  page you can click on a selected area

and will show you more information about that theatre chosen.

 

Greenwich Theatre is a local theatre located in Croom’s Hill.

close to the centre of Greenwich in south-east London.

Theatre first came to Greenwich at the beginning of the 19th century

Greenwich Theatre 

 

 

 

The Orchard Theatre is conveniently located in the heart of Dartford town centre.

attracts the latest and most sought after touring productions in the UK.

offering a range of entertainment from leading West End musicals,

top comedians, bands, dramas, dance, classical music and opera.

And annual pantomimes.

Churchill Theatre in Bromley has been leading live entertainment venues,

welcoming over 150,000 customers through its doors every year.

The theatre’s comfortable auditorium seats up to 781,

is fully air-conditioned and the modern facilities include several bars,

refreshment kiosks and spacious foyers.
An eclectic programme features a popular array of top-quality musicals,

drama, comedy, dance, family shows, one night events, and world-class pantomime.

The theatre is proud to present many ‘Bromley Premiere’ shows,

new productions before the West End or National tour.

 

WestEnd

The West End

There are 32 Theatre’s within London 

The first permanent public playhouse,

known simply as The Theatre, was constructed in 11576.

Theatre in London flourished after the English Reformation.

The first permanent public playhouse,

known simply as The Theatre,

was constructed in 1576 in Shoreditch by James Burbage.

was joined by The Curtain.

Both are known to have been used by William Shakespeare’s company.

Click to Read Theatre Page
Stage Door
The actors’, actresses and creative teams entrance from the street
to the area of a theatre behind the stage.

This is a magical place where sometimes you can meet The Actors off stage

Churchill Theatre in Bromley has been leading live entertainment venues,

welcoming over 150,000 customers through its doors every year.

The theatre’s comfortable auditorium seats up to 781,

is fully air-conditioned and the modern facilities include several bars,

refreshment kiosks and spacious foyers.
An eclectic programme features a popular array of top-quality musicals,

drama, comedy, dance, family shows, one night events, and world-class pantomime.

The theatre is proud to present many ‘Bromley Premiere’ shows,

new productions before the West End or National tour.

 

WestEnd

The West End

There are 32 Theatre’s within London 

The first permanent public playhouse,

known simply as The Theatre, was constructed in 11576.

Theatre in London flourished after the English Reformation.

The first permanent public playhouse,

known simply as The Theatre,

was constructed in 1576 in Shoreditch by James Burbage.

was joined by The Curtain.

Both are known to have been used by William Shakespeare’s company.

Click to Read Theatre Page
Stage Door
The actors’, actresses and creative teams entrance from the street
to the area of a theatre behind the stage.

This is a magical place where sometimes you can meet The Actors off stage