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Rose Theatre Kingston

Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, KINGSTON UPON THAMES, Surrey, KT1 1HL
020 8174 0090 10am til 6pm Monday to Saturday

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The Caucasian Chalk Circle
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Bertolt Brecht’s epic tale about justice and humanity is propelled into the present day.

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Some strong language.


The Importance Of Being Earnest
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Oscar Wilde's genius humour meets contemporary culture in a theatrical rollercoaster packed with shade, wit and plenty of gags.

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A Christmas Carol
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From Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, writer of the Olivier Award-winning Emilia, comes a brand-new retelling of Charles Dickens’ timeless classic.

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5+. Children under 5 years old welcome at parental discretion.




Non-performance Days: Mon – Sat: 10am – 6pm, Sun: Closed
Performance Days: Mon – Sat: 10am – Late, Sun: Dependant on show times, please call our Box Office on 020 8174 0090 to check times before your visit.
Please note, the café will be closed from Mon 31 Jul – Mon 28 Aug 2017.

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Founded by Sir Peter Hall, the Rose Theatre, Kingston is a venue on Kingston High Street. Officially opening in 2008, the theatre is designed like the original Elizabethan Rose Theatre on London’s Bankside. It is also considered to be one of the largest producing theatres in South West London.

The theatre’s layout is based upon the Elizabethan-style of the original Rose Theatre and has a shallow thrust stage. The venue does, however, have comfortable seating and a roof – unlike its Elizabethan predecessor.

The Rose was a project supported by the famous theatre director Sir Peter Hall and famous broadcaster David Jacobs, who served as chairman of the Kingston Theatre Trust. It has financial assistance from the Borough of Kingston authorities and the Kingston University which makes the venue a major part of the local community. This integration with the Kingston public saw it win a Commitment to Community award at the Kingston Business Awards.

The Rose Theatre has staged numerous successful in-house productions. Some notable performances include Love’s Labours Lost, directed by Sir Peter Hall (who also directed A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Judi Dench); The Winslow Boy featuring Timothy West’ and Noël Coward’s Hay Fever with Celia Imrie. The venue still presents a year-long programme of varied theatrical works.

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