The present Richmond Theatre, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, is a British Victorian theatre located on Little Green.
Find us at...
- Richmond Theatre
- The Green
- TW9 1QJ
Our family-friendly offer
The Richmond Bear Adventures
Frank the Richmond Bear will provide the perfect introduction to Richmond Theatre for your little ones.
31 October: Friendly Ghosts - Join Frank for his Halloween storytelling tour and discover Richmond Theatre’s child-friendly ghost stories. (Age guidance 4-8)
7 December: Festive Fairytales - This storytelling tour will follow a magical fairytale inspired by the characters that have graced our stage. (Age guidance 2-6)
8 February: Famous Love Stories - Help Frank repair the rollercoaster romances of Richmond Theatre productions on our Valentine’s day inspired storytelling tour. (Age guidance 2-6)
7 March: Awesome Animals - Celebrate the start of spring with Frank’s storytelling tour tracking Richmond Theatre’s feline friends and curious creatures. (Age guidance 2-6)
8 April: Easter Extravaganza - Put your detective skills to the test and help Frank find the Richmond Theatre Easter eggs on this exciting storytelling tour. (Age guidance 2-6)
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The Stalls, Stalls Bar and an adapted toilet are accessible to wheelchair users. Please note this venue does not have a lift and access for wheelchair users is restricted to the Stalls level only.
An induction loop is fully installed in the auditorium. There are a limited number of headsets for the infra-red hearing system which should be booked in advance at the Box Office. Headsets are available from the kiosk in the foyer on payment of a returnable deposit (£5).
Hearing dogs and guide dogs are welcome in the theatre. Please inform the Box Office at the time of making your booking.
There is an adapted toilet on the Stalls level.
London07-Dec-2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMThe Richmond Bear Adventures
This storytelling tour will teach you to time travel through the 120 years of the theatre’s history.2 - 6 years