A small local theatre that puts on a nice pantomime at Xmas. Not always centered to children as the humour can be a little adult.
Could do with a little refurbishment though!more
I really like this theatre.
The fact that it is a grey modernist-esque building, the fact that it shows many plays and performances by amateur dramatic groups in the area and the fact it is named after some 50's actor.
There are actually quite a lot of this lil theatres across London which means there's no excuse not to go to a ballet, a play or musical.more
Smallish theatre, which has a mix of amateur and touring productions, and a annual panto.
Modern building with good access, a range of discounts for groups, oaps, and families.
Car parks are close, on street parking is very limited.more
This is such a wonderful little theatre. I go fairly often as my friend is part of a local amdram company - who do a lot of their productions. Its nice to have a change from the big productions in london. These are smaller, with smaller audiences, but it gives it a nice feel. The productions that have been on are usually old favourites and many cater for the older generation.more
Serving as a venue to house local amateur dramatic companies' productions is the Kenneth More Theatre's primary function. These productions vary in both style and quality but are often popular musicals, offering the companies the best chance of filling the 365 seat auditorium.
A theatre that serves the local community should offer something that potentially could interest people from a...more