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Posted by:
Sat 2 Jan 2021

Just before Christmas, Juliet Hill, a student from Surbiton High School and daughter of a TTC member, interviewed Marc Batten about the challenges of directing an audio Pantomime online.
Juliet is taking part in the Young Reporter’s Scheme, which allows high school students to write for a local newspaper.
Fifteen year old Juliet spoke to Marc via Zoom about how this year’s pantomime, Dick Whittington and His Cat, would compare with the stage version she is used to seeing with her Dad, Peter. Her finished article was published on This is Local London and can be viewed here
https://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/youngreporter/18957060.panto-christmas/
The Young Reporters Scheme is run every year for students aged14 to 18. The scheme is open to schools within the Greater London area and if successfully completed, counts as work experience.

Posted by:
Fri 18 Dec 2020

And just to get you in the mood remember some of our lovely Panto Dames.

We at TTC all love a Panto and look forward to performing our shows every December. Sadly we cannot take to the stage this year, so we are going to reflect on the fun we've had and look forward to being back in our lovely theatre in the new year.

To celebrate Panto Day the cast of the audio version of Dick Whittington and His Cat are telling a few cracker jokes! Oh yes they are! ⁠Check out TTC on social media by searching on the #Pantoday - lots of fun stuff to see today as we reminisce about Pantos gone by. ⁠

Our intrepid Panto Crew are in rehearsals for the live performance via You Tube of Dick Whittington and His Cat on Boxing Day at 11am. Get a preview of the panto here https://youtu.be/iNQMLhbkCjQ

 

 

Posted by:
Sat 5 Dec 2020

Panto is back - oh no it isn't - oh yes it is

TTC will be bring a bit of Christmas tradition and cheer with a new audio panto.
Listen to it live on Box Day at 11am or catch up afterwards.

Watch this space for details of our YouTube site.

Posted by:
Sat 5 Dec 2020

Following the recent email from Little Theatre Guild with the fab news that amateur theatres can rehearse and perform, in a Covid secure building, we are delighted to confirm that Stones in his Pockets goes back into rehearsals.

We are revisiting our sell out show now on the main stage fully compliant with current restrictions.

We hope to open the box office in early January and really look forward to welcoming you back to our Theatre.

 

Posted by:
Wed 4 Nov 2020

 

Start supporting the Get Lucky Local lottery and you could win amazing prizes and help us raise money to maintain our theatre! 

We are pleased to confirm that we’re now up and running on the Get Lucky Local site under the name ‘Hampton Hill Theatre (Home of Teddington Theatre Club)’. We decided to go with this title as the money we’re hoping to raise is for maintaining and updating our beautiful building.

Our first project that we are hoping to fund is to replace the chairs which are used in the Coward Studio which we have costed at approximately £5,000. Each ticket costs £1 per week with 50p going directly to TTC. The chance of winning a prize is 1 in 50 which is much better than the National Lottery.

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