We currently manage four venues that are located around the UK with all four offering a unique experience to all of our guests. With a range of plays, musicals and activities taking place, there is something for everybody. Find out more about our venues below.
The Hawth Crawley
The theatre is mainly used to house touring productions, and regularly hosts a wide variety of productions from West End musicals to ballet, opera, pantomime and family shows, music and stand up and prides itself on the sheer breadth and distinct quality of the show it receives for the people of Crawley and the south east. Located in 38 acres of woodland half a mile from the town centre, the Hawth is an arts and entertainments venue with a capacity for up to 855 people.
The main auditorium itself can be converted to accommodate exhibitions, parties, weddings, conferences and if required, a flat floor configuration. The stage is approximately 21 metres wide and 13 metres deep, and is equipped to an exemplary standard with full sound, lighting, flying and stage facilities.
The Studio provides a smaller 146-seater performance space, which hosts small scale contemporary theatre, dance, jazz, blues, folk and comedy as well as live screenings from stages around the world.
There is an amphitheatre set in the woodland at the rear of the theatre where summer the venue presents theatre, family shows, music and comedy.
Other spaces include an on-site restaurant, two fully-licensed bars, a sprung-floor Dance Studio, providing regular classes and workshops in ballet, street dance, and Yoga and a participatory arts space The Loft.
The Hazlitt Theatre Maidstone
The Hazlitt Theatre is the main theatre in Maidstone, Kent. Opened in 1955, it was named after William Hazlitt, the famous essayist who was born in the town.
The Theatre was refurbished in January 2014 and encompasses a wide-ranging programme, specialising in children's and family shows, classic drama & plays, breakout comedians, small-scale touring musicals, unique variety acts and an annual Pantomime. Its elegant bar, comfortable foyer and fully refurbished 400-seat auditorium make it the perfect venue for you to enjoy your favourite up-and-coming entertainers & shows.
The Hazlitt theatre has a traditional proscenium-arch stage measuring approximately 6 metres wide and 8 metres deep. It is also equipped with an orchestra pit, fly tower, film screen and full state-of-the-art lighting and sound facilities. There are five dressing rooms and a large scene dock for storage.
The venue is also home to the ubiquitous Hazlitt Youth Theatre – a professional & dedicated group of over 200 members who attend weekly workshops to devise and produce their own theatre performances.
The Playhouse Theatre Weston-super-Mare
The Playhouse is a 664-seat theatre in Weston-super-Mare that hosts a varied programme of entertaining shows all year round, from comedians, tribute acts, family shows, pantomime, ballet & opera to musicals, mediums, magicians, musicians and more!
The Playhouse has previously hosted legends such as Frankie Howerd, Bob Monkhouse and Ken Dodd, and still draws the big names of comedy & light entertainment. The theatre also has an enviable reputation for outstanding variety of acts that choose to perform at the Playhouse because of its history & prestige.
The stage measures approximately 18 metres wide by 9 metres deep and can be extended by covering the orchestra pit. The Playhouse also has a dedicated bar & refreshment kiosks, and a grand foyer.
The Castle Theatre, Wellingborough
Castle Theatre Wellingborough is located in the town of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England. The Castle was opened in 1995 as a community resource organisation on the site of Wellingborough's Old Cattle Market.
Facilities include a Main House Theatre with 503 seats which can have variable formats, including 'flat-floored' for standing concerts with a capacity of up to 700. It can also be in Cabaret format for approx 150. There is also an 84-seat Studio Theatre. 120 in Cabaret format, a Dance studio, Rehearsal Room used for workshops and meetings, Art gallery, bar and restaurant.
Programming is a balanced mix of professional work, hires, community theatre, film, live satellite streaming from the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as a professional Christmas show.