Orange Tree Theatre
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
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
What's on at Orange Tree Theatre
Off-West End, Fringe
Brilliant and testing playwright Torben Betts's new play gets its world premiere as part of Sam Walters' final season as artistic director at the Orange Tree Theatre. Betts continues his focus on the middle classes with this new one, where recession-hit...
Off-West End, Drama
Orange Tree Theatre co-founder and associate director Auriol Smith directs this 1847 play from Dion Boucicault about a penniless aristocrat who hopes his daughter and, finances and her lessons in how to snare a good catch might save him. It's the last...