Open to the public

Most of our performances are in private venues like schools,

but we do have a few open to the public.

Here’s where we're at if you’re around, and our facebook page is also kept up to date with details of public shows – please LIKE our page for notifications.

​​Monday 11th May, at 1.30pm: 'Midsummer Nights Dream' at West Parley Memorial Hall

POSTPONED TILL SEPTEMBER

This workshop is for Home Educated children.
An immersive workshop exploring one of Shakespeare’s tales of tragedy "Macbeth"
You’ll work with two professional actors in this relaxed and inclusive workshop. Get to know the story of Romeo and Juliet, cast the characters, prepare and direct scenes, experiment with Shakespearean language, brush up your performance skills, get into costume and rehearse the Play.
To conclude our workshop we’ll present our version of 'Macbeth' to a private audience of friends and family. 

Contact us directly for tickets: 01202 421406 or via our facebook page

Tuesday 12th May, at 11am: 'Pirates Ahoy' at Iford URC church hall

POSTPONED TILL SEPTEMBER

This workshop is for Home Educated children.
Join us for an exciting and creative hour!
We'll start with dressing up for a mini story-making workshop, creating and enacting your own Pirate Tale.
The session concludes with interactive story-telling - join in with 'Pirates Ahoy'

Contact us directly for tickets: 01202 421406 or via our facebook page

 

Wednesday 13th May, at 10am: 'The Great Fire of London' at Iford URC Church Hall

POSTPONED TILL SEPTEMBER

This workshop is for Home Educated children.
Step back to 1666 and recreate the Great Fire of London

Contact us directly for tickets: 01202 421406 or via our facebook page

​17th - 19th July: Buddhafield Festival

POSTPONED TILL SEPTEMBER

Find us in the Kids Area, and enjoy craft workshops and interactive theatre with the Yak Pack Theatre Project - - a charity who are taking this tale to school children in the Himalayas. Treehouse Theatre helped to set up the Yak Pack, to share the joy of books, story telling and live theatre with children living in some of the most remote places in the world.

Festival ticket required.

 

tbc October 2020 5pm-8pm - Pumpkin Night at Stewarts Garden Centre.
www.stewarts.co.uk
Dress up and strut your scary stuff at Stewarts Garden Centre Pumpkin Night; We've spotted some truly awesome costumes here over the years. Visit us in the cafe to make up some Scary Tales of your own, and listen to some of ours.
Ticket required - visit Stewarts website for contact details

 

Goldilocks, PANTOMIME!!! - Various dates in January 2020

Possibly the highlight of our year!

We perform our panto 50 times in schools and centres all over the South of England....but these are the only shows you can buy tickets for! Everyone is welcome at any performance, though alongside our 'General Public' show, there will also be 2 more targeted performances - one for Home Educating Families, and a relaxed performance for people with disabilities.