Richmond Theatre Guided Tours


London theatre news: Tuesday 24 May 2016


Theatres - Tours

This summer you get the chance to take a look behind the scenes at Richmond Theatre with tours running from next Saturday - 28 May 2016 - through til the end of August.
Richmond theatre seen from the street.

Photo: Luke Chang 2015


Starting this coming Saturday and continuning through the summer until the end of August 2016, you have the chance to see behind the scenes at Richmond Theatre.


Step back in time and tread the boards in the famous footsteps of the likes of Sir Charlie Chaplin, Sir Laurence Olivier and Dame Judi Dench.


Your tour guide will show you around the beautiful venue, giving you an exclusive look behind the scenes and historical insight into Richmond Theatre.


Adult tickets are £9, ATG card holders £7 and concessions are £6.50.


Tours commence at 10-30am (and also 12-30pm on 11 June & 9 July) and last for around 90 minutes with a maximum of 20 people per tour.


These tours are expected to be popular so advance booking is advised.


If you are considering taking an educational party, contact the Creative Learning Department (who will be running a separate programme) on 0208 332 4524 or email nicolaward@theambassadors.com.


Tickets can be purchased in person at the Box Office, online and via the Ticket Centre on 0844 871 7651.


Tickets can only be collected on the day of the tour.


Tours are conducted in English and not suitable for children under the age of 14.


If you have access requirements, contact the Box Office prior to booking. 


Venue


Richmond Theatre

The Green

Richmond

Surrey

TW9 1QJ


Dates


May 28

June 11, 18, 25

July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

August 6, 13, 20, 27


Times


10-30am and also 12-30pm on 11 June & 9 July


Tickets


£9, ATG card holders £7 and concessions £6.50


Links

Our listing of other theatre tours

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