Sunday 13 November,

at the Rondo Theatre

Join us at our Annual General Meeting to hear about the company's activity over the last year and to learn about our plans for 2023.


Backstage Help Required!

We’re looking for a few extra pairs of hands to help backstage with our upcoming production of The Railway Children (show week from 20 to 27 November). 

If you’re available from 20 to 27 November and are willing to help, we’d love to hear from you. Please email co-director Alana Wright for more information or to volunteer you’re help: alana.wright@hotmail.com 

If you can’t help with The Railway Children but would be interested in being backstage during future productions, please also get in touch! 



We are looking for somebody to direct our Spring Show!


The Rondo Theatre Company are looking for somebody to propose and direct a play for the Spring Season at the Rondo Theatre in March 2023.


Deadline for proposals is the AGM, Sunday 13th November

Auditions TBC but aiming for December

Rehearsals to start New Year.

Performance 22nd – 25th March 2023

This can be contemporary or a classic play, the point is to experiment and have fun.


The Rondo Theatre Company will help you produce the play and if you need support we can offer up somebody to co-direct with you making it performance ready.


Please email rondotheatrecompany.org.uk


Previous Works include


All New People by Zach Braff (2018) 

Playhouse Creatures by April de Angelis (2019)

The Wasp by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm (2022)


The Railway Children

All aboard for a captivating journey for the whole family! 


After the disappearance of their father, Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis move from their comfortable London home to a cottage in the Yorkshire countryside. There they make new friends and have many adventures, alongside their constant companion, the railway. 


Set in the golden age of steam, E. Nesbit's much-loved classic novel has delighted generations of families since it was first published in 1906. Mike Kenny's faithful adaptation played to critical acclaim at London's Waterloo Station and the National Railway Museum in York. 


Expect stories of friendship and family, laughter and tears, and, of course, steam trains! 


An amateur production in arrangement with Nick Hern Books. 


Doors open at 7pm, performance starts at 7.30pm

Saturday Matinee - Doors Open at 2pm, performance starts at 2.30pm

For Tickets, Click Here!