Description

The Theatre at the Tabard has a proud history of championing new writing, producing high quality plays and musicals, and showcasing up-and-coming comedy talent.

Opened in 1985 as the ‘Tabard Theatre of New Writing’, the theatre above the Tabard pub was founded by the actress Andrea Black, with the help of the playwright Sam Dowling, the actor Ron Forfar and the playwright Dale Reynolds.

It operated successfully as the Tabard Theatre until 2019, when it was renamed as the Chiswick Playhouse.

In 2022, as it reopens under Artistic Director Simon Reilly, the Tabard name returns.

Location
  • Tabard Theatre, Bath Rd, London, England W4 1LS, United Kingdom

By appointment only
Open hours today: By appointment only
  • Monday

    By appointment only

  • Tuesday

    By appointment only

  • Wednesday

    By appointment only

  • Thursday

    By appointment only

  • Friday

    By appointment only

  • Saturday

    By appointment only

  • Sunday

    Closed

  • February 6, 2023 5:26 am local time

Public Transport: Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Turnham Green (District Line)

Getting to the Venue

Turn right out of Turnham Green station, the theatre is above the Tabard pub, just 1 minute's walk from the station.

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