Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
Often disregarded by critics as a suburban venue, Richmond Theatre holds impressive sway with audiences beyond TW9. In terms of gravitas, the gorgeous 1899 building certainly helps – Richmond’s insistence on using questionable celebrities in their pantos (Bonnie Langford as Peter Pan anyone?) does not. Christmas theatre aside, patient locals are rewarded with high-profile fare as productions are often road-tested here before hitting the West End, or stop off as part of a post-West End tour.
What's on at Richmond Theatre
Things to do, Walks and tours
Those who don't believe in ghosts may not be so sure after going on one of these tours of Richmond Theatre's spookiest nooks and crannies. The 115-year-old venue has plenty of haunting stories in its history, and your fearless guide will fill you in on...
Based on recently discovered diaries in Guernsey, 'Lotty's War' is a WWII thriller which takes place on the occupied Channel Islands.
Musical based on the life of the American singer, starring 'Bad Girls's Nicole Faraday.
The celebrated WW1 'Regeneration' trilogy by Pat Barker is adapted for the stage by Nicholas Wright. Stephen Boxer stars as Captain Rivers and Christopher Brandon as Robert Graves in the brutal war saga, where a shot is never fired. The piece looks at...
Kids' theatre, Fringe, Kids' theatre
Who could be better to play the wicked stepmother in a panto version of 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' than leggy blonde model, UK celebrity adoptee and erstwhile girlfriend of Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall? Richmond Theatre pull in their patron for a stint...