Black Theatre Live

Theatre Royal Margate

Theatre Royal Margate

Venue details

Addington Street,
Margate
CT9 1PW Telephone: 01843 292795
Venue Email: [email protected]

Contact: Pamela Hardiman
Email: [email protected]

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The Theatre Royal Margate dates back to 1787 and is the 2nd oldest working theatre in the country. The Grade 11 listed  Georgian building plays host to an exciting, diverse programme of theatre, comedy, dance and music and is delighted to be working with the  Black Theatre Live Consortium.

Theatre Royal Margate has attracted tours from companies like Paines Plough, Strangeface, Clod Ensemble and Mid Wales Opera, as well as opening the national and international tour of Shakespeare’s Globe for the last 3 years.  New partnerships with Fuel Theatre, as part of their New Theatres in your Neighbourhood scheme, and collaborative working with local organisations such as Turner Contemporary, Ramsgate Arts, the Tom Thumb Theatre and KCC Arts and Libraries are helping to secure the Theatre’s rightful position in the heart of Margate’s arts loving community.

Now managed by Your Leisure Kent Ltd, who also manage the nearby Margate Winter Gardens, the future of the Theatre Royal is looking brighter than ever.

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UPCOMING SHOWS

Macbeth

Macbeth

25 February 2015

Tara Arts

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She Called Me Mother

She Called Me Mother

8 October 2015

Pitch Lake Productions

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The Old Woman, the Buffalo & the Lion of Manding

The Old Woman, the Buffalo & the Lion of Manding

10 March 2016

Adverse Camber Productions

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Labels

Labels

7 January 2016

Joe Sellman-Leava & Worklight

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The Diary of a Hounslow Girl

The Diary of a Hounslow Girl

4 May 2016

Ambreen Razia

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An Evening With An Immigrant

An Evening With An Immigrant

9 March 2017

Fuel

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the broke'n'beat collective

the broke'n'beat collective

4 February 2016

20 Stories High

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Hamlet

Hamlet

14 September 2016

Black Theatre Live

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The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

24 September 2016

Lyrici Arts

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Big Foot

Big Foot

4 October 2017

HighRise Theatre

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Combustion

Combustion

17 May 2017

AIK Productions

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The Collector

The Collector

17 January 2017

Kathryn Barker Productions

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Octopus

Octopus

28 April 2017

Paper Tiger Productions

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