Amateur Dramatics

4 STARS, October 28 – November 4. "This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England" more

31 Oct 2017 11:02 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS. This Alan Bennett double-bill is being performed at the Nomad Theatre in East Horsley until October 28 more

26 Oct 2017 14:48 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, June 18-24. Deeply touching and superbly acted, Breadcrumbs is a poetic and uncomfortable exploration of the effects of Alzheimer's disease on the human soul, says Deborah Harris more

19 Jun 2017 12:23 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 14-20. It's a polished performance by the Teddington Theatre Company of Jez Butterworth's multiple award-winning, instant classic, Jerusalem, says Richard Davies more

15 May 2017 16:40 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, April 23-29. Catherine Wilson enjoys a polished revival by the Richmond Shakespeare Society of Chekhov's masterpiece, the Seagull more

26 Apr 2017 15:28 Theatre/Arts 1 Comments

A confident 4 STARS for Fiona Smith’s production of The Cat’s Meow by Teddington Theatre Club. The tale, based on real events, brings to life all the decadence, scandal and deceit of 1920s Hollywood. more

13 Mar 2017 10:15 Theatre/Arts

The Teddington Theatre Club revive two of Jimmie Chinn's plays: From Here to the Library and Too Long an Autumn. Both plays were originally premiered by the TTC and have been brought back to life with great care, says Aliya Al-Hassan. more

28 Feb 2017 10:38 Theatre/Arts

Not so much a ghost story as a tale about haunted lives, the Irish classic, The Weir is given a fine outing by the Richmond Shakespeare Society. Samantha Laurie sees it at Mary Wallace Theatre, showing until Jan 28. more

23 Jan 2017 12:39 Theatre/Arts

The Richmond Shakespeare Society put on a brilliant production of Oh! What a Lovely War – a unique piece of theatre that combines music, dance, songs and sketches to create a vision of life during the First World War. 5 STARS more

12 Dec 2016 16:00 Theatre/Arts

The third year musical theatre students at Performance Preparation Academy performed Spring Awakening to a brilliant standard, as Hattie Curl gives the performance 4 stars. more


It's not your typical night in the pub; watch the rugby, have a beer ... start an amateur dramatic troupe! Born in a boozer, 'The Thursday Night Project' proved a multi award-winning success at the 58th Woking Drama Festival. more

17 Oct 2016 15:11 News

Conspiracy is Loring Mandel’s compelling portrayal of the Wannsee Conference in 1942. The Old Hamptonians Amateur Dramatic Society’s presentation of the play was superbly delivered, says Hattie Curl in this 4.5 star review. more

5 Oct 2016 14:10 Theatre/Arts

Charles Raspin draws back the curtain on amateur dramatics groups across Surrey more

3 Feb 2016 14:42 Theatre/Arts 1 Comments

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