Colour House Theatre
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Artistic director: Peter Wallder
Theatre Manager: Charlie Shakespeare
Colour House Theatre - seats 70
London SW19 2RD
57, 152, 155, 200, 293 & 352
About Colour House Theatre
The Colour House Theatre is situated at the picturesque setting of Merton Abbey Mills, a riverside oasis in South Wimbledon, and is run by Wheelhouse Productions Ltd.
The Colour House opened as a theatre in the summer of 1995.
Their Grade II listed building stands in the picturesque riverside setting of Merton Abbey Mills and has a history of over 500 years, which includes being used by Arthur Liberty to mix his fabric dyes in the early 1900's.
Today the venue is open for a variety of theatre shows, events, music gigs and comedy.
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?" The evil Queen doesn't like the answer! Poor Snow White is banished to the forest where she stumbles upon and befriends seven dwarves.Previews from:
Saturday 18 November 2017Closes:
Sunday 21 January 2018
Craftsman Geppetto has made an incredible little wooden puppet, Pinocchio, however one magical night his creation transforms into a real boy! Pinocchio's adventure has just begun.Previews from:
Saturday 3 February 2018Closes:
Sunday 8 April 2018
The Jungle Book
Rudyard Kipling's enchanting tale of The Jungle Book is brought to life in The Colour House Children's Theatre. Join Mowgli on his amazing adventure as he meets all the friendly, dangerous and unusual characters that make this story so iconic.Previews from:
Saturday 21 April 2018Closes:
Sunday 24 June 2018
The Water Babies
A marionette show. The story of a little chimney sweep and his adventures in a surreal aquatic world.Previews from:
Tuesday 29 May 2018Closes:
Friday 1 June 2018
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