What's on at the theatre:

Richmond Theatre

The Green, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1QJ

Built in 1899, Richmond Theatre is a purpose-built Victorian Grade II listed building, which retains most of its original features. It's one of the oldest surviving theatres designed by iconic architect Frank Matcham and is London’s only theatre with no restricted views.

What's on:

Ellen Kent: Madame Butterfly - 18 March

Murder in the Dark - 19-23 March

More shows at Richmond Theatre

Orange Tree Theatre

1 Clarence Street, Richmond, London, TW9 2SA

Orange Tree Theatre is an award-winning independent theatre create high quality productions of new and rediscovered plays. Orange Tree Theatre is also London’s only permanent Theatre in the round.

What's on:

Sunday Morning Coffee Concert - 17 March

The Bear – OT Lunchtimes - 22 March

A Night in Sign - 24 March

More shows at Orange Tree Theatre

OSO Arts Centre

Old Sorting Office, 49 Station Road, Barnes, London, SW13 0LF

OSO Arts Centre is a venue for theatre and live performances, art exhibitions, dance classes, music, drama for all ages and abilities, writers' groups, Yoga, Pilates classes, education opportunities and more.

What's on:

OSO Dining Room: Murder Mystery Night - 21 March

Where is Mrs Ladybird - 22 March, 10.30-15.30

The Comedy Store - 22 March, 19.30-21.30

Sofia Kirwan-Baez - 23 March

More shows at OSO Arts Centre

The Exchange

The Exchange, 75 London Road, Twickenham, London, TW1 1BE

The Exchange is a newly built venue owned by Richmond Council and leased to St Mary’s University under an agreement that the building will be used for a mixture of University use, Community Group use and public events.

ArtsRichmond Young Writers Festival - 17 March

If the River is Hidden - 21 March

The Kate Bush Experience - 22 March

More shows at The Exchange

Mary Wallace Theatre

The Embankment, Twickenham, TW1 3DU

What's on:

Until 23 March Private Lives

Hampton Hill Theatre

90 High Street, Hampton Hill, Middlesex, TW12 1NZ

Hampton Hill Theatre was purpose-built for Teddington Theatre Club and opened in 1998. There are two theatre spaces - a main 197 seat auditorium and a smaller Noel Coward Studio that can accommodate up to 50 for a production.

What's on:

DramaCube Matilda JR - Until 21 March

DramaCuber Charlie & The Chocolate Factory - 23 March

More shows at Hampton Hill Theatre




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