The Archway Theatre is a thriving 'little theatre' located under the railway arches in Horley, near Gatwick.
- 95 seats accommodation.
- 10 full productions every year.
- 10 Performances over a two-week run.
- Youth Workshops and Young Adults Workshop & productions.
- Studio Theatre and Function Room.
We pride ourselves on a professional approach, and we are rather ambitious with some of our productions. We try all aspects of theatre, from musicals through drama to pantomime. We are a club, so members can buy tickets, take advantage of the youth workshop facilities, and visit the members’ bar. Those wishing to go on stage or backstage are members of the company, who put on all the shows.
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Events at this venue
There are 12 events at this location
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Ado In A Day
William Shakespeares bittersweet comedy Much Ado About Nothing rehearsed and performed in just one day!
Sat 21 Apr
£10 / 0333 666 3366
Billy Liar by Keith Waterhouse and Willis HallA teenager in a North Country town, Billy Fisher weaves a world of his own out of his day dreams. He is an incurable liar, idle and dishonest. The trouble with you, cocker, is youre a pathological bloody liar!To escape from his dull job as an undertakers clerk and his dreary…
Tue 21 Aug
Wed 22 Aug
Thu 23 Aug
The Collector by Mark HealyMark Healys adaptation of John Fowles debut novel The Collector written in 1963 is an intensely dramatic story about obsession, repression and the consequences of manifesting forbidden desires.Frederick Clegg is an introverted lepidopterist who has developed an unhealthy infatuation with a…
Tue 17 Jul
Wed 18 Jul
Thu 19 Jul
The Country Wife
The Country Wife by William WycherleyRestoration London is shocked and amused to hear that the notorious womaniser, Mr Horner, has returned from France apparently impotent. Mr Pinchwife has married a young, nave country girl in the jealous hope that she will be too innocent to cuckold him.Alas for all the jealous husbands…
Tue 1 May
Wed 2 May
Thu 3 May
Escaped Alone And A Number
Escaped Alone and A Number by Caryl ChurchillA NUMBERSet in the not too distant future, this play is about human cloning andIts consequent moral dilemmas. A father and his three sons confront a nightmare situation. Many questions are asked but there is any number of answers. Will the truth ever be known?ESCAPED…
Tue 25 Sep
Wed 26 Sep
Thu 27 Sep
Thu 5 Jul
Fri 6 Jul
Sat 7 Jul
The History Boys
The History Boys by Alan BennettThe History Boys, was first performed to critical acclaim at the National Theatre in 2004 before transferring to the West End and then made into a film which was a box office hit. Its themes of education and entitlement remain just as relevant today as then. Set in the early 1980s, the play…
Tue 27 Mar
Wed 28 Mar
Thu 29 Mar
Improvisational Theatre Workshop In Horley / Dingbats (Over 17S Only)
LEARN HOW TO IMPROVISE THEATRE AND HAVE A LAUGH WITH FRIENDLY, LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE.(Almost) every Wednesday we meet up at the Archway Theatre Studio and practice our improv.We'll play silly improv games, work on our teamwork and listening skills and create some awesome scenes, sketches and stories together!The workshop is…
Wed 21 Mar
£5 / 0333 666 3366
A Matter Of Life And Death
A Matter of Life and Death by Tom Morris Emma RicePRODUCTION SUPPORTED BY THE ARCHWAY SPONSORS CLUBReturning to England from a bombing run in May 1945, Peter Carters plane is damaged and his parachute ripped to shreds. On his radio he talks to June, a young woman working for the WAAF, to pass on his farewell message to…
Tue 30 Oct
Wed 31 Oct
Thu 1 Nov
Once Upon A Labrador With Charles Garland
An evening of wry humour, with AlfieGoing back to his roots with his book of whimsical verse entitled My Labrador Eats Poo (not quite as disgusting as it sounds) illustrated by Harry Venning, this stage show features Charles Garland, and his Labrador Alfie.Original music interludes by: Rick WakemanDirected by: Sam Snape
Sat 24 Mar
Seminar by Theresa RebeckSeminar is a provocative comedy drama from a Pulitzer Prize nominee.Four aspiring young novelists sign up for private writing classes with Leonard, an international literary figure. Under his recklessly brilliant and unorthodox instruction, some thrive and others flounder, alliances are made and…
Tue 5 Jun
Wed 6 Jun
Thu 7 Jun
Watch This Space!
Watch This Space! We do know what this show will be, but Licensing Regulations mean that we cannot disclose its name at the time of going to print. Watch out for our January 2018 newsletters and Theatre Notice Boards for the title.Heres a clue - it will be the stage version of a popular comedy film, which starred.Alec…