Rose Theatre Kingston
Photo: Peter Brown 2015
Artistic director: Stephen Unwin
Chief Executive: Robert O'Dowd
Rose Theatre Kingston - seats 900
24-26 High Street
Kingston KT1 1HL
Guildhall/ Rose Theatre
K1, K2, K3, K4, 57, 65, 85, 111, 131, 213, 216, 285, 371, 406, 411, 418, 465
Let the theatre know in advance if you are taking a guide dog, so they can arrange a water bowl and dog-sitter during the performance if required.
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10 wheelchair spaces in the auditorium (stalls and circle). Blue Badge parking in the High Street and Rose car park. Accessible toilets on every floor. Level access into the building and Culture Cafe. Lift access to all floors. Low counters at the Box Office and the Stalls Bar. Automatic doors to gain entrance into the building.
There are audio described performances for patrons who are visually impaired. An audio describer describes all of the visual elements of a production, including set, props, stage directions and facial expressions. Before an audio described performance there is a touch tour 90 minutes before the advertised performance time.
Induction necklaces for patrons with a hearing aid and Sennheiser headsets for hard of hearing patrons without a hearing aid are available from the Cloakroom. Signed and captioned performances are available - check schedule for details. Let staff know of your requirements when you book your tickets so they can allocate you a seat where you can easily see the captioning boxes or signer.
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Provence. April 1939. English couple, Peter and Suzy, are living in idyllic isolation; far, it seems, from the rumblings of the oncoming war. Their peace is shattered by a stranger from Peter's past who unearths secrets from a buried and hidden life.Previews from:
Tuesday 26 September 2017Closes:
Saturday 30 September 2017
The Real Thing
Henry is the smartest and sharpest playwright of his generation. His wife, Charlotte, an actress, has been appearing in a play by Henry about a couple whose marriage is on the verge of collapse.Previews from:
Monday 2 October 2017Closes:
Saturday 14 October 2017
Around The World in Eighty Days
The mysterious and fabulously wealthy Phileas Fogg wagers his life's fortune that he can circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days.Previews from:
Tuesday 17 October 2017Closes:
Sunday 22 October 2017
The Hunting of the Snark
All aboard! The ship is departing! All children, animals and silly people welcome! The impossible voyage of an improbable crew to hunt an imaginary creature is brought magically to life in this musical comedy adventure for 4 - 94 year olds.Previews from:
Tuesday 24 October 2017Closes:
Saturday 28 October 2017
For Love Or Money
In a small town in Yorkshire, a beautiful widow is being wooed by two suitors. Fresh from the City and with endless money to dispose of, the older one showers her with gifts - which the younger wants to put to better use.Previews from:
Tuesday 31 October 2017Closes:
Saturday 4 November 2017
Rules For Living
Edith must clean to keep calm. Matthew must sit to tell a lie. Everyone creates their own rules for living. But what happens when an extended family gathers for a traditional Christmas dinner, and each of them rigidly follows those rules?Previews from:
Tuesday 7 November 2017Closes:
Wednesday 15 November 2017
Alice in Winterland
Alice has always been brought up to believe in wonder but her life takes an unexpected turn when she is sent to live with her stern auntie … until she is visited by a White Rabbit and propelled on a quest to save Winterland!Previews from:
Thursday 7 December 2017Closes:
Sunday 7 January 2018
Noggin the Nog
In the Lands of the North where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea, the Men of the Northlands sit around their great log fires and they tell a tale. Silly Vikings, puppets, original film and live music. Based on the popular TV Series.Previews from:
Thursday 25 January 2018Closes:
Sunday 28 January 2018
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
During one of his audacious experiments trying to separate good from evil in human nature, the kind and gifted Dr Jekyll inadvertently unleashes an alternate personality of pure evil … the mysterious Mr Hyde.Previews from:
Friday 9 February 2018Closes:
Saturday 17 February 2018
Ida's family is throwing her a tea party for her eighty-sixth birthday. Their efforts to be cheerful and make the event a success verge on the desperate. Ida is racked with pain and feels she has lived too long.Previews from:
Thursday 22 February 2018Closes:
Saturday 17 March 2018
George's Marvellous Medicine
Most grandmothers are lovely, kind, helpful old ladies. Not George's Grandmother. George's Grandmother likes to gobble up slugs and bugs, and is always telling George what to do.Previews from:
Tuesday 27 March 2018Closes:
Tuesday 3 April 2018
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