Orange Tree Theatre

Richmond, Surrey

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Starting life as a lunchtime pub venue in Richmond in 1971, Orange Tree Theatre graduated to a bigger, 170-seat space across the road in the early ’90s. It’s here that it established itself as a permanent theatre in the round, hosting productions solely performed as such. As well as reviving forgotten texts and showcasing new material, Orange Tree prides itself on turning out well-trained directors – Dominic Hill, Sean Holmes, Timothy Sheader ­– from its Trainee Director scheme and working with children between 6 and 18-years old on the plays of Shakespeare
Venue name: Orange Tree Theatre
Address: 1
Clarence Street
Transport: Rail/Tube: Richmond

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  • Until Saturday June 27 2015
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