New Season & New Artistic Director At Putney Arts Theatre

An exciting season of performances awaits you off the Upper Richmond Rd



Putney Arts Theatre
Ravenna Rd
SW15 6AW
Box Office:
0208 878 6943

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Putney Arts Theatre is looking forward to a new season with their new Artistic Director, Ian Higham, who has been a member who 20 years and is himself a very successful director. It’s an incredibly exciting season for a community to produce and perform – having previously performed Angels in America, Clybourne Park and various open air Shakespeare projects they’re not afraid of a challenge! Here’s the line up:

Love’s Labour’s Lost by William Shakespeare will first be performed in-the-round on the main stage from Tuesday 25th – Saturday 29th June at 7.45pm and a 3pm matinee on Saturday 29th

• The Open Air performances of Love’s Labour’s Lost will take place in the Old Burial Ground on Upper Richmond Road on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July at 3pm

• UK premiere of The Birds by Conor McPherson based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier
3rd - 8th September in the 49-seater Antony Bridges Studio

• The classic Irish drama Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel
17th - 22nd September in the 150-seater Main Stage

How to Disappear Completely and Never be Found by Finn Kennedy
A dark comedy about identity theft that won an award without one performance is our second studio slot starting on 15th October

• The epic Equus by Peter Shaffer, which made Daniel Radcliffe a West End star as well as Harry Potter will be galloping in, horses and all
The opening night is 5th November on our Main Stage

• The Dickens classic A Christmas Carol is being performed by our Youth Theatre Group64 and will be followed up by our New Writing (written, produced and performed by members of PTC) offering this season is A Very Victorian Christmas – a massive promenade performance around the entire theatre.

Tickets for all are available from

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June 7, 2013