Orange Tree Theatre

Orange Treet theatre, Richmond, viewed from the street.

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Artistic director: Paul Miller
Executive director: Hanna Streeter


Orange Tree Theatre - seats 180


Box office: 020 8940 3633


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1 Clarence Street
Richmond TW9 2SA

Council: Richmond

Region: London

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Richmond Station (District)

Richmond Station (Southwest Trains/London Overground



Richmond Station

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R68, R70, H22, R61, R69, 33, 65, 90, 190, 290, 337, 391, 415

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Access information


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.

Click the image below to go there.

Access link for this theatre

Wheelchair access

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.

Visual assistance

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).

Hearing assistance

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.

Current shows

The Sugar Syndrome

Dani is 17. She's looking to meet someone honest and direct. What she finds is a man twice her age who thinks she's an 11-year-old boy.

Previews from: Friday 24 January 2020

Closes: Saturday 22 February 2020

Romeo & Juliet

Passions collide. And the world changes in an instant. Experience Shakespeare's tale of love and violence taken to the edge of the city, where the wildness of the heart can't be contained.

Previews from: Saturday 8 February 2020

Closes: Saturday 22 February 2020

Allegri Quartet

Clarinet quintets, including the Mozart clarinet Quintet, and featuring Joseph Shiner.

Previews from: Sunday 5 January 2020

Closes: Sunday 14 June 2020

Upcoming shows

The Mikvah Project

Eitan is 17. Avi is 35. Eitan loves Arsenal. Avi loves his wife. Eitan goes to college. Avi is trying for a child. They are in completely different places in their lives. A play about the courage it takes to confront our hidden desires.

Previews from: Friday 28 February 2020

Closes: Saturday 28 March 2020

Last Easter

A lighting designer, an actress, a prop maker and a drag singer go on a pilgrimage looking for a miracle. A funny, moving and provocative play about the true nature of friendship.

Previews from: Friday 3 April 2020

Closes: Saturday 9 May 2020

The False Servant

When a man thinks he can cynically take a rich woman's money and then run off with an even more lucrative potential fiancée, he'd best not tell the fiancée by mistake.

Previews from: Friday 15 May 2020

Closes: Saturday 27 June 2020

While The Sun Shines

The first major London revival of this delectably charming comedy in decades. Terence Rattigan's greatest hit played for over 1,000 performances in the West End when it opened in 1943.

Previews from: Friday 3 July 2020

Closes: Saturday 1 August 2020

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