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TTC is one of the leading non-professional theatre companies in the South East of England. Founded in 1927, TTC moved to the Hampton Hill Theatre, which it owns and manages, in 1998.

The Club includes and welcomes actors, designers, technicians, backstage and front-of-house assistants, and presents eight main house productions and four studio productions a year. We have an open casting policy: anyone who is interested in joining the theatre as an active member is welcome at our casting sessions.

Members are able to buy tickets for themselves and their guests for TTC productions and those companies visiting the Theatre. Active members also receive the house magazine - Theatre. Why not join us? Full active membership is £30 per annum - concessions apply.

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If you are a member, you can buy a ticket for yourself and as many guests as you like, so long as they accompany you. You cannot buy tickets for non-members and expect them to see a performance without you being there too.

Why do I have to be a member?
It is a condition of the terms of our lease from the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.


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Hampton Hill Theatre


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

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