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Wed 14 Oct 2020

TTC members have been working hard behind the scenes creating content for our brand new podcast, Audiotorium!

You can listen to Episode One now on via this link https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1303714.rss and Spotify, just search for Audiotorium!

In Episode One: Cinderella in Paris, we hear from some of the creative team behind this TTC production about the challenges of setting a Pantomime out of context.  We find out what inspired the writer and director to set it in France and talk to our wardrobe and set designers about the flamboyant costumes and set created for this sell-out show.

Starting on the 19th October is ‘The 13 Frights of Halloween’ – that’s 13 days of spine-chilling stories read by TTC members with production and editing by Nigel Cole and studio recording by Harry Jacobs. It’s enough to give you nightmares!

Posted by:
Thu 1 Oct 2020

Our theatre may not be open to audiences at the moment, but this doesn’t mean that club members are ‘resting’! TTC has been busy recording the first season of its brand new podcast, Audiotorium! which is set to launch on 14th October.

“The aim of the podcast is to not only keep the local community in touch with their theatre, but to reach out to a wider audience of theatre lovers with interesting interviews and other exciting theatre-related content,” says Lottie Walker, Artistic Director for TTC.

Season 1 launches with some back stage interviews followed by a horrifying countdown to Halloween!  On 19th October we present ’13 Frights’ – 13 days of spine-chilling stories culminating in the scariest one of them all; ‘The Old Nurse’s Story’ on 31st October.

Posted by:
Wed 5 Aug 2020

 

The Teddington Theatre Club and Hampton Hill Theatre Trustees are regularly monitoring advice and guidance from the UK Government and Public Health England, and we are complying with all directives received in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). We are also committed to safeguarding our members’ best interests.

Following the latest advice from the government on the re-opening of theatres, the Trustees have partially re-opened Hampton Hill Theatre with immediate effect for socially distanced school events and business meetings only.  Essential personnel will still be allowed within Hampton Hill Theatre to ensure that the building is hygienically clean, safe, and secure.  We would ask all others to stay away from the theatre, as you will not be allowed to enter.

Posted by:
Fri 26 Jun 2020

Teddington Theatre Club is delighted to present its Wilde Weekend, a 25 hour continuous read-a-thon of the works of the great Oscar Wilde. It takes place over the weekend of 27th - 28th June 2020, kicking off at 3.00 pm on Saturday afternoon.

The reason for the 25 hours is that we are giving a shout-out to our neighbours at Landmark Arts Centre in their 25th anniversary year as they seek to raise much needed funds for their charity. Here is the link, should individuals want to find out more and if they wish to donate: www.landmarkartscentre.org

The event is free to view on our YouTube channel, link as follows: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFUz6zmn4iN4GPB-OV0Oodw

Posted by:
Wed 3 Jun 2020

Teddington Theatre Club presents a Wilde Weekend on its YouTube channel

The theatres may not be open for business, but Teddington Theatre Club is performing some of Oscar Wilde’s greatest works for free during its "Wilde Weekend" on 27th & 28th June 2020.

Running non-stop from the afternoon of Saturday 27th June until the afternoon of Sunday 28th June, over 60 actors will take part in the reading of Oscar Wilde’s rich canon of work which will include five of his best known plays including An Ideal Husband, Lady Windermere’s Fan and The Importance of Being Earnest together with a selection of poems, letters and essays and his two unfinished plays, one of which has never been staged.

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