Join us for a free drink and a chat at theatre club

Chat about the show you’ve just seen with a free drink in our circle bar.

Join us for a post-show chat (with a free drink, on us)

Often the best thing about seeing a show is chatting about it afterwards with friends and other audience members. Theatre Club is an informal post show discussion so you can do just that! Come and chat about what you’ve just seen, and we'll even throw in a drink – with our compliments. 

Last season we had some brilliant theatre clubs with post-show discussions on Narvik and The Eulogy of Toby Peach. This season we have picked out some of the shows we think you'll most want to talk about.

Perhaps you have something thematic you want to discuss, or something stylistic you want to question. Maybe the show moved you or inspired you in some way. It might be that you just want to talk about your interpretation and hear how others saw it. Whatever your reasons, we'd love you to get involved. 

If you're new to Theatre Club so you know, gatherings take place in the Circle Bar and will usually start without the artist or company present so we can all speak frankly and openly. At some later point they then join in so you can ask any of those burning questions you may have.

If this sounds like something for you, book onto any or all of the shows below. Head to the Circle Bar after the show, claim your free drink, and join us – it's as simple as that. Also, feel free to bob along to try Theatre Club if you're not sure – we are all friendly and you are welcome to just listen in if you like. We hope you'll join us soon.

Here are the upcoming shows we'll be talking about this season: 

ALASKA (THU 1 MAR)
A funny, magical trip to the moon, with singing and dancing thrown in. One woman’s extraordinary story of how she survived growing up with severe depression.

THE ECONOMY OF ECOLOGY (TUE 6 MAR)
Be transported through a long haul flight, podcast series and a mythical leafy forest to explore personal connections and whether we are a touch deprived culture.

100 WAYS TO TIE A SHOELACE (THU 21 JUN)
Following the accident, Kat’s struggling with the basics of everyday life. As her reality blurs with fantasy we begin to explore and experience her anxieties and fears, often reflected through her imagination. A comedic and heart-warming take on the realigning of one person’s mind. A creative mash-up of witty dialogue, puppetry, original music and bombastic comedy.