2020 season is postponed to 2021

Stay in touch with us because we are planning something special when we can return

The Hypochondriac by Moilere Presented in 2015

It is with a heavy heart that the Theatre on Chester committee has decided to postpone our 2020 Love and Marriage season to 2021. We feel it isn’t right to risk the health of our members, volunteers or audience by going ahead with live performances at this time but that these plays deserve the full attention of our teams. Subscriber tickets have been automatically moved to the closest matching show so we will be ready to go in 2021!

We are making plans for events if we are able to have audiences in later this year so keep an eye out for updates from us.


We are sharing stories and photos from previous shows on our Facebook page to bring you joy and good memories during this time.

2 days ago

OCTOBER!!! - Three couples, Three weekends. Limited seating. Covid Safe. When, where, who , how details later !

2 days ago

Something is stirring at The Theatre on Chester!!

3 days ago

WAIT FOR IT........................................................

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6 days ago

2019...The last production at The Theatre on Chester before Covid struck : DOUBT by John Patrick Shanley directed by Carla Moore. With Melanie Robinson, Ben Brighton, Chelsea Cunningham and Susan ... See more

1 week ago

60 years ago, we produced "A Question of Fact"by Wynyard Browne, directed by Ina Greentree. It was adjudicated by one May Hollinworth and here is her rather condescending report - it was, however "a ... See more

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FOUND! (thanks Valerie Milton) The FOH "Crucible" photos from 1989. There's a 16 yr old Julie Moore and a 13 yr old Rachel Gordon. Also with: Ros Bilbe, Bernie Clisby, Ian Nicholas, Scott Nicholas, ... See more

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In the 70's and 80's Theatre on Chester entered One Act Play Festivals and always came away with a prize. In 1977 we won "Best Play" and "Best Set Design" for "Albert's Bridge" by Tom Stoppard ... See more

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1992- "Arsenic and Old Lace" by Joseph Kesselring - directed by Nigel Lee. Mortimer's two maiden aunts have a hobby: killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar. With; Margaret Tomkins, ... See more

2 weeks ago

Actor who reprised the same role: Nigel Lee in Present Laughter 1965 and 1979. New photos have come to light ( thank you Valerie Milton) of the 1979 production.