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
Stand-up, Solo shows, Big-name talent
Loud-shirt wearing 'Mock the Week' regular Milton Jones is back on the road with a brand new show. With a heady mixture of bizarre and hysterically surreal one-liners, Jones weaves a hypnotic web of lunacy. He stands head and shoulders above most other...
Fringe, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre
- Rating: 2/5
First Family Entertainment has made a name delivering the biggest, brashest and celebiest pantos in the UK. It’s the company that brought Pamela Anderson and Priscilla Presley to the Christmas stage, and when it gets it right, it can win you over with...