Orange Tree Theatre
Artistic director: Paul Miller
Executive director: Sarah Nicholson
Orange Tree Theatre - seats 180
1 Clarence Street
Richmond TW9 2SA
Richmond Station (District)
Richmond Station (Southwest Trains/London Overground
R68, R70, H22, R61, R69, 33, 65, 90, 190, 290, 337, 391, 415
Guide dogs are welcome.
Check the theatre's access page for details of relaxed performances (specially designed performances that have been adapted to reduce anxiety and create a supportive atmosphere for people with autism spectrum conditions, learning disabilities and other sensory and communication disorders).
You will find more information on the theatre website access page.
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Assistance with entering or leaving the building, including a ramp, handrails, a lift. Adapted toilet and level access (available for the LOWER level of seating only). The UPPER level is accessed via 5 steps.
Check the theatre's access page for times and dates of audio-described performances (live audio description of what is happening onstage that can be heard through headphones).
Sennheiser Infra-Red hearing facility.
For use by customers who are hard of hearing.
Ask the Box Office for a free receiver when booking.
Check the theatre's access page for times and dates of captioned performances.
A joyously original, witty take-down of dangerously daft machismo and the deranged behaviour of countries that have lost an empire and still not yet found a role. An epic fable set in the faraway Spanish Golden Age.Previews from:
Friday 7 September 2018Closes:
Saturday 20 October 2018
Dealing With Clair
Clair works in real estate. Mike and Liz are selling. James wants to buy. He'll only deal with Clair. Selling houses. It's not forever. Who knows what I'll do?Previews from:
Friday 26 October 2018Closes:
Saturday 1 December 2018
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Up to 15 young people on the spectrum become the participants for each performance, sitting with seven actors in a circle on stage. The actors encourage the participants to play sensory games which unravel the story of A Midsummer Night's Dream.Previews from:
Monday 5 November 2018Closes:
Saturday 24 November 2018
The Double Dealer
A house party on an evening. A marriage has been arranged between Cynthia and Mellefont. All should be plain sailing, but the young couple must contend with the jealousies, vanities and vagaries of a host of brilliantly drawn comic characters.Previews from:
Friday 7 December 2018Closes:
Saturday 26 January 2019
Can't Wait for Christmas!
Jessie's dad has brought her a lovely little present. It's all wrapped up, and tied with a beautiful bow. She can't wait to open it, but she isn't allowed to until Christmas day.Previews from:
Friday 14 December 2018Closes:
Saturday 5 January 2019
Leila wants to inspire global change. John needs to get his shit together. They have an arrangement. But managing an affair isn't easy when the world around you is falling apart. A new play about what - and who - we consume.Previews from:
Friday 1 February 2019Closes:
Saturday 2 March 2019
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