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UPDATE: 18 MARCH 2020

Following the UK Goverment advice issued on 16 March, Putney Theatre Company has made the difficult decision to postpone the following shows: The HollowTruth or Dare?Gut and Cyrano de Bergerac. Rehearsals and auditions have also ceased for all productions.

Ticket-holders for the above shows will be contacted by our Box Office team in order to arrange exchanges and credit notes. We ask that you bear with us during this process.

The health and wellbeing of our audiences, staff and volunteers continue to remain our utmost priority in every decision we make. We are currently working on ways to keep engaged with our community over the coming weeks and months. Further updates and date changes will be posted on our website and social media channels when our position becomes clearer.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful audiences and members for their support during this time of huge uncertainty. As a charity we rely on ticket sales to keep our doors open and the insecurity that lies ahead is a real worry for a theatre that has been open to the local community for 56 years. Therefore – if you can afford to – please consider donating to the theatre; contributions, however large or small, will help us be an even stronger theatre when we reopen.

    • 21/04/2020
    • 19:45
    • 25/04/2020
    • 19:45
    • Putney Arts Theatre

      ALL PERFORMACES POSTPONED

    Following the UK Goverment advice issued on 16 March, Putney Theatre Company has made the difficult decision to postpone its production of The Hollow, which was due to be performed 21 to 25 April 2020.

    Ticket-holders will be contacted by our Box Office team in order to arrange exchanges and credit notes. We ask that you bear with us during this process.

    The health and wellbeing of our audiences, staff and volunteers continue to remain our utmost priority in every decision we make. We are currently working on ways to keep engaged with our community over the coming weeks and months. Further updates and date changes will be posted on our website and social media channels when our position becomes clearer.

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful audiences and members for their support during this time of huge uncertainty. As a charity we rely on ticket sales to keep our doors open and the insecurity that lies ahead is a real worry for a theatre that has been open to the local community for 56 years. Therefore – if you can afford to – please consider donating to the theatre; contributions, however large or small, will help us be an even stronger theatre when we reopen.

    • 10/05/2020
    • 19:45
    • Putney Arts Theatre

     PERFORMANCE POSTPONED

    Following the UK Goverment advice issued on 16 March, Putney Theatre Company has made the difficult decision to postpone its production of Gut, which was due to be performed on 10 May 2020.

    The health and wellbeing of our audiences, staff and volunteers continue to remain our utmost priority in every decision we make. We are currently working on ways to keep engaged with our community over the coming weeks and months. Further updates and date changes will be posted on our website and social media channels when our position becomes clearer.

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful audiences and members for their support during this time of huge uncertainty. As a charity we rely on ticket sales to keep our doors open and the insecurity that lies ahead is a real worry for a theatre that has been open to the local community for 56 years. Therefore – if you can afford to – please consider donating to the theatre; contributions, however large or small, will help us be an even stronger theatre when we reopen.

    • 19/05/2020
    • 19:45
    • 23/05/2020
    • 19:45
    • Putney Arts Theatre

     ALL PERFORMANCES POSTPONED

    Following the UK Goverment advice issued on 16 March, Putney Theatre Company has made the difficult decision to postpone its production of Truth or Dare? - New Writing, which was due to be performed 19 to 23 May 2020.

    Ticket-holders will be contacted by our Box Office team in order to arrange exchanges and credit notes. We ask that you bear with us during this process.

    The health and wellbeing of our audiences, staff and volunteers continue to remain our utmost priority in every decision we make. We are currently working on ways to keep engaged with our community over the coming weeks and months. Further updates and date changes will be posted on our website and social media channels when our position becomes clearer.

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful audiences and members for their support during this time of huge uncertainty. As a charity we rely on ticket sales to keep our doors open and the insecurity that lies ahead is a real worry for a theatre that has been open to the local community for 56 years. Therefore – if you can afford to – please consider donating to the theatre; contributions, however large or small, will help us be an even stronger theatre when we reopen.

    • 23/06/2020
    • 05/07/2020
    • 2 sessions
    • Putney Arts Theatre

     ALL PERFORMANCES POSTPONED

    Following the UK Goverment advice issued on 16 March, Putney Theatre Company has made the difficult decision to postpone its production of Cyrano de Bergerac, which was due to be performed 21 to 25 April 2020.

    Ticket-holders will be contacted by our Box Office team in order to arrange exchanges and credit notes. We ask that you bear with us during this process.

    The health and wellbeing of our audiences, staff and volunteers continue to remain our utmost priority in every decision we make. We are currently working on ways to keep engaged with our community over the coming weeks and months. Further updates and date changes will be posted on our website and social media channels when our position becomes clearer.

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful audiences and members for their support during this time of huge uncertainty. As a charity we rely on ticket sales to keep our doors open and the insecurity that lies ahead is a real worry for a theatre that has been open to the local community for 56 years. Therefore – if you can afford to – please consider donating to the theatre; contributions, however large or small, will help us be an even stronger theatre when we reopen.

    • 10/08/2020
    • 18:20
    • 15/08/2020
    • 19:30
    • Putney Arts Theatre

    Tickets available soon from Edinburgh Festival Fringe

    Photo by @bencopping

    Putney Theatre Company’s production of BED13, a new play by Marcia Kelson, with original music by Geoff Hewitt, is going to the 2020 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

    Performance dates: Monday 10 to Saturday 15 August 2020

    Venue: The Space at Niddry Street, Upper Theatre (just off the Royal Mile), Edinburgh

    Tickets: available online soon

    The NHS has a funding crisis. A&E is full. Ambulances are queueing up outside. Part comedy, part serious social commentary, this play with songs explores the heart-warming and heart-rending stories of patients in A&E’s Bed 13. Papatango Prize long-listed.

    Image credit: Ben Copping

    Audience reactions from our short run in 2019

    "The pride, passion, pain, frustration, joy, sadness and humour of life in the NHS was beautifully told - and sung - by a brilliant cast." (Audience member)

    "Fantastic play with many important messages." (General Practitioner)

    "A great way to accurately but dramatically demonstrate the pressures facing the NHS without preaching at the audience." (Consultant Obstetrician)

    "Captures the good, bad and ugly of working in today’s NHS. Serious issues are tackled head on but with great heart, humanity and humour." (Research nurse)

    Read a review of the previous run of BED13 on the Mark Aspen blog.

    Tickets available soon

Past Productions

Putney Theatre Company, and its predecessors of Group 64, Putney Players and Putney Amateur Dramatics Society have been performing plays since 1931.

If you'd like to find out about our past productions and the history of Putney Theatre Company then you can!

History of PTC

Past Productions

Photography on this website is provided by numerous members over the years. In particular we would like to thank: Ben Copping, Martin Jessop, Rich Evans and Steve Lippett who have contributed so much to capturing our productions in such amazing quality.

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company@putneytheatrecompany.org.uk

www.putneytheatrecompany.org.uk

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