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Box office: 020 8770 6990
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Welcome
As you may have already seen, things are changing at the Secombe and Charles
Cryer Studio Theatre. Sutton Theatres Trust will be taking over the management
of both theatres from the Council. The exact date is still under negotiation, but
provisionally the transition to new ownership will begin from Spring 2015 with
a new season of exciting year-round programming launching in October 2015.
We’re thrilled to be leading the theatres into this new phase. Look out for lots of
exciting shows, events and activities to come. We hope to fill these theatres with
entertainment, inspiration and energy.
For those of you wishing to stay in the loop about our plans and progress,
email [email protected] to be added to our mailing list.
Micha Colombo and Beri Juraic
Directors of Sutton Theatres Trust
Main Box Office
SECOMBE THEATRE
42 Cheam Road
Sutton
SM1 2SS
Box Office: 020 8770 6990
[email protected]
www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Opening Times
Secombe Theatre-Non Performance Days
9am-4pm Monday to Friday
Saturday 9am-1.30pm
CHARLES CRYER STUDIO THEATRE
39 High Street
Carshalton
SM5 3BB
Box Office: 020 8770 6990
Saturday 9am-2.30pm
On performance days from 6pm
until 30 minutes after the performance starts.
Prices include a £1 theatre booking fee per ticket
which is included in the advertised price.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED
We have a great team of volunteers at our venues who assist with shows, help customers and support activities but
we are always looking for more people to join us. For information contact Box Office on 020 8770 6990 or email
[email protected]
This symbol indicates that productions are performed by local talent.
Box office: 020 8770 6990
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Thursday 2 April
Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 April
Vienna Festival Ballet presents
Sutton Theatre Company presents
Vienna Festival Ballet
celebrates 35 years of
the Company with their
Anniversary Gala presenting
performances from the world’s
most beloved Tchaikovsky
ballets. Highlights include the Swan
Queen meeting her prince in Swan
Lake and the Dance of the Cygnets,
Clara’s journey to a glittering land of snow in
The Nutcracker and the famous Rose Adagio
from Sleeping Beauty, where Princess Aurora is
introduced to four princes. Vienna Festival Ballet’s
reflection on performing classical ballets all over
the world will take you on an unforgettable journey
through the best of ballet in one magical evening.
Down and out Seymour Krelborn
dreams of a way out of downtown
Skid Row with Mr Mushnik’s
Florist’s glamorous and ditsy
assistant Audrey.
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
35th ANNIVERSARY GALA
Evening 7.30pm
Age Range: 4+
£21 adults
(£19 senior citizens)
£15 children
With the strange and exotic plant
he calls “Audrey II” in the shop,
the business and Seymour become
an overnight sensation, giving Seymour a ticket out
of Skid Row and the chance of a date with the real life
Audrey – but this ain’t no ordinary shrub! Will Seymour
survive Audrey II’s plans for global domination? And how
far is he willing to go to get the girl of his dreams?
Evenings 7.30pm £15 (£13 concessions
Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Tuesday evening and
Age Range: 12+
Saturday matinee, children
and senior citizens)
Monday 20 April
Dementia Pathfinders Community Interest Group
presents
Tuesday 7 April
PolkaDot Pantomimes presents
DON’T LEAVE ME NOW
THE WIZARD OF OZ
Following the incredible
success of Aladdin, Polka
Dot Pantomimes return
to the Secombe Theatre
with a spectacular
musical production of
The Wizard of Oz. Join
Dorothy, Scarecrow,
Tinman and Lion as they embark on their journey
to the Emerald City to see the powerful Wizard of
Oz. With stunning costumes, fabulous scenery
and a professional cast of West End performers,
make sure you follow the yellow brick road to a
perfect Easter treat. A wizard of a show suitable
for all the family!
Directed by Jeni Draper
Exploring the impact of young
onset dementia on two very
different families, Don’t Leave Me
Now is inspired by two real life
stories. With authenticity, insight
and humour, New End Theatre
Beyond weaves the strands of
these stories together to create a
documentary style production highlighting the emotions,
dilemmas and challenges experienced by people affected
by dementia. Dementia Pathfinders is working in
association with St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust to raise
awareness of dementia in local communities in south west
London. Each performance will be followed by a postshow discussion with the cast and director.
Matinees 1.30pm
and 4.30pm
Age Range: 4+
Matinee 2.30pm, Evening 6.30pm
Age Range: 12+
Post show discussions at 4pm and 8pm
£12 adults
(£10 concessions)
£40 family ticket
Box office: 020 8770 6990
Free
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Sunday 26 April
Thursday 7 May
The Gee-Force School of Dance
presents
THE SIXTIES: ONE AMAZING DECADE,
ONE AMAZING SHOW
BEST FOOT FORWARD
An exciting new dance show featuring
the talent of the Gee-Force students.
Best Foot Forward is an extravaganza of
all dance styles and music performed
by talented local youngsters.
Evening 5.30pm
Age Range: 4+
£11
They say “if you can remember the
sixties, you weren’t there!” Refresh
your memory at this amazing live
show! The Sixties is THE concert
show that pays tribute to the
decade that changed the world
forever. Featuring a fantastic live
band, breathtaking dance routines
and some of the best voices in the business, The Sixties brings
you the greatest hits of the era all cleverly interwoven with the top
stories of the day: So, whether it’s a nostalgic trip down memory
lane, or experiencing this amazing decade for the first time,
The Sixties is the perfect, fab night out.
Evening 7.30pm
Age Range: 12+
£18 (£16.50 concessions)
Friday 15 – Saturday 16 May
Herbert Justice Academy of Performance Arts presents
Friday 1 – Saturday 2 May
Act Now Entertainment presents
ANNIE Jr!
A youth production of the
hit musical.
Annie is an orphan girl who lives in
a miserable orphanage run by the
terrible Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly
hopeless situation changes dramatically
when she meets billionaire Oliver
Warbucks! With hit songs including
Hard Knock Life, Maybe and the
international hit Tomorrow this fun
filled family show continues to delight
audiences worldwide.
Friday evening 7.30pm
Saturday matinees 12noon and 2.30pm
Saturday evening 5pm
Age Range: 4+
£16
Box office: 020 8770 6990
THE STORY OF RED
Red is the colour of love and the school
colour. Celebrating 18 years of performing
arts, pupils and students will take you on
a journey through every aspect of dance,
drama, singing and more. A colourful fast
moving production showcasing the high
standards of production, performance
and professional qualities that HJA is
recognised for.
Evenings 7.30pm
Age Range: 4+
£15 (£13 concessions children under 12)
Sunday 21 June
Suzanne Theatre Dance presents
DANCE 2015
This biennial dance production features children from 3 years
to adult performing tap, ballet, street and freestyle showcasing
their talents.
Matinees 1pm and 4pm
Age Range: 4+
£9
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Sunday 19 July
Saturday 19 September
MISHMAK YOUTH THEATRE
SUMMER SHOW
THE SUPERSONIC 70s –
“A CELEBRATION OF THE
GOLDEN AGE OF POP”
A showcase of drama, singing and dancing from
Mishmak Youth Theatre. The show explores the
subject of identity in the modern world to create
an entertaining, thought-provoking and fun show.
Mishmak Youth Theatre, now in its 5th year, is
proud to present their annual summer show at
the Secombe Theatre.
Evening 5pm
Age Range: 4+
£12 (£9 concessions)
Saturday 25 July
Shooting Stars presents
DANCE THROUGH THE DECADES
Talented youngsters from Shooting Stars perform
all styles of dance as they take a trip through the
decades in dance and music.
Evening 7.30pm
Age Range: 4+
£11 (£9 concessions
disabled and senior citizens)
Evening 7.45pm
Age Range: 4+
E.T.A. Hoffmann’s story of
TRUE SPIRITS
TJ Higgs & Friends
COPPELIA
Presented by the
Vienna Festival Ballet
An Evening of Clairvoyance
“Living TVs” popular Tracy T.J. HIGGS
has a natural presentation and the
understanding of the sensitive subject
of ‘Is there life after death?’ contacting
loved ones who have passed to the
higher realm. Together with ‘Psychic
Cop’ Keith CHARLES and ‘Unique’ Ivan
LEE, they aim to explore the spirit
world with passion, respect and dignity.
(T.J. was seen as part of Living’s ‘sold
out’ Apollo Hammersmith shows)
£18 (£17 senior citizens)
One of the most magical
and comical of the
classics, this ballet is
full of humour, triumph
and love, culminating
with the wedding Pas
de Deux by the young
couple. This amusing
story, about an eccentric
toy maker who makes
a wonderful life-like mechanical doll, will appeal
to the whole family. The comedy ballet warms and
entertains from start to end and is guaranteed to lift
the hearts of everyone.
7.30pm
Age Range: 4+
Box office: 020 8770 6990
£18.50
Wednesday 30 September
Wednesday 16 September
7.30pm
Age Range: 16+
It’s the hottest ticket
in town! An incredible
live show jam packed
with classic 70s hits,
it’s no wonder it’s been
described as “the best
70s show in theatre
land”. Led by the ‘Catsuit
Wondergirl’ Janey
Bombshell, Supersonic 70s will take you back to
when pop was at its peak. From the towering majesty
of Queen, ELO & The Carpenters, the ‘pin-up pop’ of
The Osmonds, David Essex & David Cassidy, to the
foot stompin’ glam rock of Sweet & T.Rex plus the
pop-tastic mix of Saturday Night Fever & Grease.
£21 adults (£19 senior citizens)
£15 children
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 April
Thursday 7 – Saturday 9 May
The Tudor Players presents
Torch Theatre Company presents
MURDER ON CUE
QUARTET
by Robin Jennifer Miller
by RONALD HARWOOD
Murder On Cue is a murder mystery set in Maple
Lodge, a retirement home for actors, where gossip
and old rivalries sustain the residents as much as
the dry sherry and shepherd’s pie. A fall of snow
means the home is cut off from the outside world. No-one can leave. There are many rivalries between,
and old grudges held by, the residents, brought to
the fore by a spate of poison pen letters. It would
appear that everyone has cause to dislike one of the
residents, but who would go as far as murder to
exact their revenge?
Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred are in a home for retired
opera singers. Each year, on the 10th October, there
is a concert to celebrate Verdi’s Birthday. Jean, who
used be married Reggie, arrives at the home and
disrupts their equilibrium. She still acts like a diva and
refuses to sing, but the show must go on… By turns
funny and poignant Quartet premiered in September
1999 at The Albery Theatre, London it was then made
into a highly successful film starring Billy Connelly,
Maggie Smith, Tom Courtney and Pauline Collins.
Evenings 8pm
Age Range: 12+
Wednesday/Thursday £10
Friday/Saturday £11
Evenings 7.30pm, Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Thursday evening/Saturday matinee £11 (£10
concessions) Friday/Saturday evenings £12
Age Range: 12+
Friday 1 – Saturday 2 May
Thursday 14 – Saturday 16 May
The Christopher Singers presents
The Suttoners present
KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING THE CRUCIBLE
A tribute, in words and music, to the soldiers of World
War I and the story of two young men, John and
Willem, and how their meeting affected their families
at home and abroad. The show is full of good tunes;
We’ll meet Again, Keep the Home Fires Burning, Me
and My Girl, If You were the Only Girl in the World,
Roses of Picardy, Home Sweet Home, We’ll Gather
Lilacs and songs to sing along to; Goodbye-ee,
It’s a Long Way to Tipperary, Pack Up Your Troubles,
Land of Hope and Glory and many more.
Featuring the 2014 award winning company, The
Christopher Singers, the young performers from
Spiral Youth Theatre and the Younger Generation.
Evenings 7.30pm Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Age Range: 4+
£12 (£10 concessions
Saturday matinee)
Box office: 020 8770 6990
by ARTHUR MILLER
“I am innocent to a witch! I know not what a witch is!”
“How do you know then, that you are not a witch?”
In a small tightknit community,
personal grievances
collide with lust and
superstition, fuelling
widespread hysteria.
Arthur Miller’s
timeless parable
attacks the evils of mindless persecution and the
terrifying power of false accusations. The Suttoners
will take this play to Sutton’s twin town in Germany,
Minden, following these performances.
Evenings 7.45pm
Age Range: 12+
£12 (£10 concessions)
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Tuesday 19 – Saturday 23 May
Tuesday 9 – Saturday 13 June
Banstead Operatic and Dramatic Society presents
Epsom Players presents
JEKYLL AND HYDE
An evocative tale
of the epic battle
between good and
evil, Jekyll & Hyde
is based on Robert
Louis Stevenson’s
classic story about
a brilliant doctor
who experiments with human personality to create an
evil and murderous counterpart. Convinced the cure
for his father’s mental illness lies in the separation
of Man’s evil nature from his good, Dr. Henry Jekyll
unwittingly unleashes his own dark side, wreaking
havoc in the streets of late 19th-century London as
the savage, maniacal Edward Hyde.
Evenings 7.30pm Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Age Range: 18+
£16
Evenings 7.45pm Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Age Range: 18+
£16
Tuesday 23 – Saturday 27 June
Friday 29 May
Avalon Theatre Company presents
Enter stage right presents
WIZARD OF OZ
WITCHES, BITCHES AND A
COUPLE OF GOOD GIRLS TOO
Dorothy Gale of Kansas
dreams of what lies Over
the Rainbow and thanks
to a twister on her farm,
Dorothy is carried away
to another strange world.
Avalon Theatre Company
invites you to join Dorothy
and her friends in this stage
version of the well-known story.
Is a witty cynical comic revue
with well known – and not so
well known songs – and brand
new sketches. Sophisticated
attractive ladies take to
the stage and entertain the
audience, tongues in cheeks,
the occasional witch’s hat
and the odd feather boa!
From rich bitches in sequin
dresses to haggard witches
in ragged stitches!
Evening 7.30pm and 9.30pm
Age Range: 12+
With music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson Rent is a
modern day version of Puccini’s La Bohème. It tells
the story of a group of impoverished young artists
struggling to survive and create a life in New York
City’s East Village under the shadow of HIV/AIDS.
Expect an evening of adult themes – including alcohol,
drugs, and scenes of a sexual nature – alongside a
fierce soundtrack of much-loved musical numbers
including La Vie Bohème, Santa Fe, Rent, Take Me or
Leave Me and, of course, Seasons of Love. This is
theatre at its best – exuberant, passionate, and joyous.
Evenings 7.30pm £15 (£13 concessions)
Saturday matinee 2.30pm
£10 children
Age Range: 4+
£13 (£9 concessions)
Group rate of 8 or more £11
Box office: 020 8770 6990
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Friday 3 – Monday 6 July
Friday 17 July
Croft Drama School presents
Yellowstone Events presents
DRAMA FOR
DIAMOND
A SOLITARY MAN –
THE SONGS OF
NEIL DIAMOND
Talented young actors, aged from
6 to 18, present an abridged modern dress version
of Much Ado About Nothing, a devised piece
inspired by the writings of Gogol and another
devised piece which explores the idea that life is
just a game show – or is it? Over the last 23 years
Croft has raised over £21,000 for the Diamond
Riding Centre for Disabled Riders and currently
sponsor Seth, a Camargue horse who travelled to
England in October 2012 with the Caravan of Hope.
7.30pm
Age Range: 4+
£10 (£8 concessions)
Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 July
The Breakfast Cat Theatre Company presents
THE THREEPENNY
OPERA
Bob Drury (‘The Neil
Diamond Story’) returns
with a brand new oneman show celebrating
the genius of singer/
songwriter Neil Diamond.
In the first half many of
his finely crafted songs are presented in strippeddown ‘unplugged’ style revealing the sheer
quality of Neil Diamond’s music and lyrics.
The second half of the show picks up the pace
and promises a barrage of block-buster hits that
span the decades!
Evenings 7.30pm
Age Range: 12+
by BERTOLT BRECHT Based on the 18th
century Ballad Opera
The Beggars Opera,
Bertolt Brecht and Kurt
Weill’s The Threepenny
Opera is a play with
musical elements that has
been translated into 18
languages and performed
over 10,000 times on the European Stage.
It follows Mac the Knife, a violent, anti-heroic,
criminal and the attempts of gangster, Mr Peachum
to have Mac hung after discovering he has secretly
married his daughter, Polly. Enjoy a rare local
performance of a play by one of the all time
master playwrights.
Evenings 8pm Age Range: 12+
Glitzy, charismatic
stadium artiste
or inspired poetic
songwriter?
£13
Thursday 24 – Saturday 26 September
The Rough Mechanicals presents
HAMLET
by William Shakespeare
Consumed by grief after the death of his father,
Hamlet is suddenly plunged into a world of
danger that threaten both his sanity and his life.
The Rough Mechanicals Theatre Co. was formed
to present Shakespeare in a clear, fresh and
unpretentious manner.
Evenings 7.45pm
Age Range: 12+
£10
£11 (£10 concessions)
Box office: 020 8770 6990
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Secombe Theatre
FUNCTION ROOM
Charles Cryer Studio Theatre
REHEARSAL SPACES
Tuesdays
Monday 8pm-10pm
LINE DANCING: Come along and have some fun.
THE TUDOR PLAYERS
A small, friendly, local adult drama group that perform
2 shows a year, mostly comedies, at the Charles Cryer
Studio Theatre. New members welcome for acting,
backstage,
set-building. Contact: 07785 506812.
Thursdays
Saturday from 10am
No partner necessary - beginners welcome.
For information contact Diane on 020 8394 2503.
7pm-8pm, Beginners/Improvers, 8pm-10.15pm
Improvers/Intermediates.
SLY DANCE: Jazz, street & contemporary dance for
all levels and ages.
For information contact Ricky on 0784 1699640.
Start time 6.30pm
SPATS STUDIO PERFORMANCE
AND THEATRE STUDIES
Running successfully since 1990 under the direction of
local theatre professional, John Hester, SPATS Theatre
School has classes for children and young people. These
cover a wide range of drama topics including acting
technique, improvisation, movement, voice and stagecraft.
For a brochure call 020 8224 9580 email
[email protected]
visit www.spatstheatreschool.com.
SPIRAL YOUTH THEATRE for 7–18 Year Olds
Members learn a variety of activities such as drama,
singing and musical theatre composition, set design
and costume making culminating in two productions
per year. We also offer LAMDA Exam coaching.
For information visit www.spiralyouththeatre.co.uk.
Call 07708 187483.
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Access
We welcome all audience members and want to make
your visit as comfortable as possible. We would
welcome feedback about our theatres and website
from members of the community with different
access needs.
SECOMBE THEATRE
By Road: A232
Nearest parking: Gibson Road multi-story car
park adjacent to the venue. This car park shuts
at 6pm on Sundays.
Mainline Station: Sutton
Bus Routes:151, 213 & 413
Refreshments
Enjoy a drink before the show from our foyer bar.
Interval drinks can be pre-ordered. Soft drinks,
tea and coffee, confectionary and ice creams
are available from our café. Ice creams are also
available from our kiosk in the Foyer.
Access
3 Wheelchair spaces in the auditorium.
Wheelchair accessible toilet at the rear of
the auditorium
Wheelchair ramp to foyer bar level
Two disabled parking spaces to the front of
the building
Ground floor disabled bays in the Gibson Road
Car Park
Wheelchair accessible toilet lower level for
Function Room users
Wheelchair lifts to café level
CHARLES CRYER STUDIO THEATRE
By Road: A232
Nearest Parking: Grove Park Pay and Display.
Mainline Stations: Carshalton and Wallington
Bus Routes: 407, X26 157 & 127
Box office: 020 8770 6990
Refreshments
Enjoy a drink from our bar situated in the
auditorium. Ice Creams will be on sale during
the interval.
Access
2 Wheelchair spaces in the auditorium.
Wheelchair accessible toilet on 1st floor level
accessible by lift
Patron lift to all floors
Two disabled parking spaces to the side of
the building
How to Book
In Person
You can buy tickets in person by visiting our box
office during our opening hours.
Phone: You can book or reserve tickets by
calling 020 8770 6990.
Online: www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Concessions
Where indicated concessions are available
for senior citizens, jobseekers, people with
disabilities, students and under 16s. ID may
be requested when purchasing concessionary
tickets. Concessions are discretionary and do not
apply to every performance.
Children under 1 go free except where specified
for individual productions.
Booking Fee
A £1 theatre booking fee is charged per ticket
on productions and is included in the advertised
ticket price.
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
Payment
Ticket Agency
You can book online using a credit/debit card or
in person at the box office with cash, credit/debit
card or cheque. Cheques should be made payable
to the London Borough of Sutton. Cheques are only
accepted up to two weeks prior to the performance.
We offer a ticketing service for external events such
as open air performances or concerts. If you would
like to use this service please contact the Box Office
on 020 8770 6990 or email [email protected]
Our Venues are available for hire:
Suitability
The venues will advertise a suitable age range for
each production as given to us by the incoming
company. However you are advised to check with
the box office prior to booking if you have any
concerns.
By Post
Secombe Theatre and Function Room, Sutton
A 340 traditional style theatre with a large foyer
and bar area. The Function Room has its own
self contained bar. It is an ideal space for parties,
meetings and weddings with a maximum capacity
of 120.
Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Rehearsal Spaces,
Carshalton
We are happy to post your tickets to you for a
charge of £1.
Conditions of Purchase
Tickets may not be exchanged nor money refunded
We can:
Refuse admission of the ticket holder to the premises
Refuse entry of and use on the premises of any
camera or any form of audio or visual recording
equipment
Request the ticket holder to leave the premises
and to take appropriate measure to enforce such
a request
Delay the entry of latecomers until a suitable break
or interval in the performance/event
Make changes in the performance/event owing to
any unforeseen or unavailable cause.
Cancel/abandon the performance/event for reasons
beyond our control without notice and without
being liable to pay any person compensation or
damage other than a refund to the ticket holder of
the value of the ticket
In the event that a production is sold out and there
are no seats available, we will endeavour to re-sell
any returned tickets on the night subject to the
promoters own terms and conditions.
Box office: 020 8770 6990
A ‘black box’ studio theatre, ideal for smaller
productions, music gigs and comedy nights.
Flexible seating from 68 – 125 seats depending on
the type of event.
Two rehearsal spaces
Scenic Workshop, Carshalton
Home to one of the few theatrical paint frames in
the UK designed for painting large-scale theatre
cloths. This facility is used by professional and
amateur companies.
If you would like to hire any of our spaces
For bookings prior to 1st October 2015 please
contact 020 770 6988 or [email protected]
For bookings after 1st October 2015 please email
[email protected]
Please note all the information within this diary of
events is correct at the time of going to print.
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk
CE
CREATIVE SPA
SECOMBE THEATRE
Thursday 2 April
Vienna Festival Ballet
Tuesday 7 April
The Wizard of Oz
Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 April
Little Shop Of Horrors
Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 April F O R A LL
CHARLES CRYER STUDIO THEATRE
Murder On Cue
Monday 20 April
Don’t Leave Me Now
Sunday 26 April
Best Foot Forward
Friday 1 – Saturday 2 May
Annie Jr!
Thursday 7 May
The Sixties
Keep The Home Fires Burning
Thursday 7 – Saturday 9 May Quartet
Thursday 14 – Saturday 16 May The Crucible
Friday 15 – Saturday 16 May
The Story of Red
Tuesday 19 – Saturday 23 May Jekyll and Hyde
Friday 29 May Witches, Bitches and a Couple of Good Girls Too
Tuesday 9 – Saturday 13 June Rent
Sunday 21 June
Dance 2015
Tuesday 23 – Saturday 27 June Wizard Of Oz
Friday 3 – Monday 6 July Drama For Diamond
Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 July The Threepenny Opera
Friday 17 July A Solitary Man - The Story of Neil Diamond
Sunday 19 July
Mishmak Youth Theatre Summer Show
Saturday 25 July
Dance Through The Decades
Wednesday 16 September
True Spirits - TJ Higgs & Friends
Saturday 19 September
Supersonic 70s
Thursday 24 – Saturday 26 September Wednesday 30 September
Hamlet
Vienna Festival Ballet - Coppelia
Box office: 020 8770 6990
Book online @ www.suttontheatres.co.uk