Photo: Peter Brown 2015
Artistic director: James Haddrell
Commercial Director: Simon Francis
Greenwich Theatre - seats 421
London SE10 8ES
Cutty Sark (DLR)
Greenwich Town Centre
Greenwich High Road
M1, M2, 177, 180, 188, 199, 286, 386
Bolility buses: 851, 852, 853, 856
Thea theatre aims to share the experience of live theatre with as many people as possible, and takes the issue of accessibility very seriously.
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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There is level access through one set of front doors into the foyer. The bar and cafe are accessed by platform lift and there is an accessible toilet on the ground floor. There is lift access to the rear of the auditorium where spaces are available for a maximum of two wheelchair users. Wheelchairs can be stored for those transferring to seats. Please inform the Box Office of your requirements when booking.
Guide dogs are welcome in the auditorium. Inform the Box Office when booking your tickets and you'll be allocated with an aisle seat so your dog can be next to you. Alternatively, your dog can stay with front-of-house staff during the performance and will be brought to you at the interval and end of the show.
Occasional captioned performances. Sennheiser systems are available from the cloakroom staff. Advise the Box Office staff how many headsets you require when booking.
Alan Bennett delves into the world of espionage, forgery and double-lives with two separate but connected one act plays looking at the lives of two of the most notorious members of the Cambridge Spy ring who shocked the establishment.Previews from:
Wednesday 17 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 20 January 2018
The King is dead. His son, Edward II, is crowned King. His first act: to call home from banishment his lover, Gaveston. Marlowe's homoerotic epic comes to the stage in this all-new, all-male ensemble production.Previews from:
Tuesday 16 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 27 January 2018
A woman's hip bone lies on the side. In a tale of addiction, sexuality, mortality, choices and enlightenment, she embarks on a journey to discover how one might avoid dying alone, and losing one's hip bone in the process.Previews from:
Wednesday 24 January 2018Closes:
Saturday 27 January 2018
The Bold Knights Of Britain
Unemployed teenager Jayne sets out to join The Glorious Knights of Britain, self-appointed guardians of the nation. They say the UK's rulers are powerless to stop the immigrant "invasion" and are taking matters into their own hands.Previews from:
Tuesday 6 March 2018Closes:
Saturday 10 March 2018
One Last Waltz
Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia. Based on real life events and experiences, this funny and touching new play explores the difficulties in coming to terms with the disease.Previews from:
Friday 9 March 2018Closes:
Saturday 17 March 2018
Lord of The Flies
William Golding's explosive 20th century classic hits the stage in an all new ensemble production. Eleven children, one island... an incredible adventure turns into a fight for survival. Previews from:
Tuesday 13 March 2018Closes:
Saturday 24 March 2018
A Spoonful of Sherman
The compelling story of one family's century-long, award-winning musical journey; and you already know all the songs! Three generations of Sherman songwriting is brought to life in this delightful show.Previews from:
Tuesday 27 March 2018Closes:
Friday 30 March 2018
A Midsummer Night's Dream
On a Midsummer's night, four young lovers find themselves entranced and entrapped in an enchanted forest where sprites lurk and fairies rule.Previews from:
Tuesday 15 May 2018Closes:
Saturday 26 May 2018
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