The Tower Theatre Company is the most active amateur dramatic theatre company in Central London.  We pride ourselves in being non-professional theatre rather than amdram.The Tower Theatre Company is the most active amateur dramatic theatre company in Central London.



On this week :

ROMEO AND JULIET

by William Shakespeare

Theatro Technis

Tuesday 24th - Saturday 28th May

Also on tour to Paris
Tuesday 7th - Sunday 12th June
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Coming soon :

THE RETURN OF THE MARIONETTES

by Peter and Phillip Ley
with Ruth Sullivan and Colin Guthrie

Bridewell Theatre

Wednesday 8th - Saturday 18th June

 
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The Night Heron

The Night Heron in rehearsal
Sam Macqueen and Simon Lee.
Photo by David Sprecher;

The Tower Theatre Company has been entertaining audiences for over 80 years. All our actors, directors and technical crew get involved for the sheer love of it. The only full-time, non-professional company in central London, the Tower stages up to 18 productions a year. It also tours from time to time, both in the UK and further afield.

The Tower produces shows that compete with the best of the professional London fringe. We stage productions from Beckett to Butterworth, Shakespeare to Sondheim. We seek to tackle new theatrical territory as well as to recreate stage classics, but most of all we aim to inspire audiences with our unique combination of creativity, passion and collaboration.

The Tower Theatre's Artistic Policy : "We aim to provide the widest possible range of high quality, affordable drama, within the resources available, enabling people of all ages and backgrounds to experience every aspect of theatre as a participant or as an audience member."

From a recent audience member ...
"Why bother to go to the London theatre at all? There is often better drama on television, and much of the usual West End fare is a disappointment, with gaudy vacuity in the popular offerings, and ponderous, creaking, pretentious scripts in the self-consciously serious new drama. Even worse, it is hard to find a parking place or a drink of any sort during the interval.

I got my answer tonight, in a small theatre where I was a few yards from the actors, the highly accomplished Tower Theatre Company ...."