2017 Season announced
Tread the Boards have now officially unveiled their exciting 2017 Season of work. Opening at the end of March running until Shakespeare's Birthday 'Henry V'. Following in the Shakespearean vein they return with their award winning sell out production 'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged' all of the plays performed by 3 men in 97 minutes. 'Casting' a new play by Nick Wilkes, Mrs Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw and for the summer a family production of Alice in Wonderland.
Cast set, rehearsals underway, caravans, a go kart, hand painted sets and a blog by mole - all the essentials you need to create the perfect family show right? We think so! This years rendition of Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahames is again set to be as good as last years, with a wonderfully new cast along with some old favourites from Tread the Boards theatre company. Come along between 12th - 29th August at the Attic theatre in Stratford upon Avon or visit Stoneleigh Abbey 30th - 31st August to see the show.
Tread the Boards Theatre Company were announced as Finalists for Touch FM's Pride of Stratford Awards for Arts Organisation of the Year and Team of the Year. At the glittering ceremony at The Holiday Inn on the 5th February the company were announced as Winners of both categories. John-Robert Partridge the Artistic Director collected the two glass swan awards on behalf of the company. Read the full story
Sleeping Beauty, our Xmas Panto was another box office hit
Sleeping Beauty was a huge box office hit. With many sell out performances and audiences loving this exciting, magical and hilarious production.
Frankenstein - Best Selling Show of 2015
Frankenstein has been a huge success for Tread the Boards Theatre Company with it estimated as being the best selling show of 2015. The show moves on to Stoneleigh Abbey for two nights this coming week.
Peter Pan - Award Winning Show
Tread the Boards Theatre Company have returned from the Edinburgh Fringe with a 4 star review from Broadway Baby, a 5 star review from Dark Chat Reviews. The show received an excellent review from The Primary Times and were finalists and came third for the Children's Choice Award. And to finish we won 'Best Childrens Show' from The Derek Awards an independent team of judges and critics. There is also talk of a possible transfer next year of the production. More details to follow soon, so watch this space!
Meet the cast of 'The Importance of Being Earnest'
Newcomer Lewis Lanning about his role of Merrimen and his work as an understudy - Read the interview
Celebrating the Pride of Stratford 2015
Tread the Boards were delighted to sponsor Educator of the Year at this years Pride of Stratford Awards. A glittering ceremony at the Holiday Inn, Stratford. We are pleased to announce Peter Butler is Educator of the Year 2015. Well done!
Pride of Stratford awards 2015
Tread the Boards Theatre Company are sponsoring 'Educator of the Year' at this years Touch FM Pride of Stratford Awards on the 13th February 2015.
Premiere Success of 'Sense and Sensibility'
Tread the Boards enjoyed a hugely successful evening at Stoneleigh Abbey on Sunday 30th November. Stoneleigh Abbey hosted the Premiere screening of Tread the Boards first full length film 'Sense and Sensibility'. The film was showcased to over 80 invited guests. The film is now available for pre-order for Xmas.
Back to Edinburgh in 2015
Tread the Boards are delighted to announce that they will be returning to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015. More details to follow soon, watch this space!
Radio Star to appear in 2015 Pantomime
Local radio presenter Kirsty Leahy who can be heard on Touch FM will be appearing in this year's pantomime production of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' from the 16th - 28th December 2015.
Peter Pan raises money for Charity
The recent production of Peter Pan raised £1,720 for children's charity Great Ormond Street Hospital. Thank you to all those who contributed!
Pride of Stratford Award Winners 2014
Tread the Boards Theatre Company have been awarded the Touch FM Pride of Stratford Award for Arts Organisation of the Year 2014.