Antony Barnard Theatre

Antony Barnard Theatre

The theatre stands as a great performing arts venue nestled within the vibrant landscape of the Eltham College campus in Southeast London.

As an esteemed hub for artistic expression, our theatre accommodates up to 230 people, offering an immersive experience for both performers and audiences alike.

Boasting state-of-the-art amenities, it serves as an unparalleled space for performance, rehearsal, and education. Its meticulously designed layout with versatile areas, including dedicated spaces for rehearsals, teaching sessions, and a well-appointed green room. Additionally, the workshop and storage facilities ensure a seamless execution of drama shows, housing an array of props and costumes to elevate each production.

Equipped with a meticulously designed sprung floor and professional-grade sound and lighting systems, the Antony Barnard Theatre ensures a world-class experience for every performance. The dedication to providing a conducive environment for creativity and expression is evident in every detail of this esteemed venue.

Our theatre stands as a testament to our commitment to nurturing the arts and fostering a space where talent thrives. Whether witnessing a performance from our drama students or engaging in creative pursuits, the Antony Barnard Theatre embodies excellence, artistry, and inspiration to the Eltham College community.

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