Line-up announced for Centre Stage Scratch Night – showcasing Essex/East London deaf/disabled & neurodivergent artists
Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch are delighted to announce the return of Centre Stage – a polished scratch night celebrating and promoting local deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists and people living with chronic illnesses in Essex and Outer East London.
Performance Design exhibition at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch
As the East London curators of the Society of British Theatre Designers’ national exhibition of UK design for performance, ‘Hello Stranger’ (2019-2023), David Shearing and Khadija Raza are thrilled to announce that an exhibition is currently on display in the foyer of Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch until 26 March.
We’re excited to be hosting a National Social Prescribing Day on Thursday 9 March.
National Social Prescribing Day is an annual celebration of social prescribing which recognises Social Care workers, local community groups, and organisations which support people’s health and wellbeing.
Roy Williams’ Sucker Punch receives first major revival touring to 10 theatres across England as part of National Theatre Network
Transforming the stage into a boxing ring, this revival of Sucker Punch is set to be a thrillingly staged spectacle of blood, sweat and tears with an electrifying soundtrack.
Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch achieves record breaking success at the 13th Annual Off West End Awards
Yesterday was one of the most historic in Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch’s history
Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch supports three exciting new creative leadership projects
We're are delighted to announce three new pieces of work from Kate Lovell, Sonny Nwachukwu and Britny Virginia, members of the theatre’s Creative Leadership Team 2022/23.
Dick Whittington announced as Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch’s 2023 pantomime
This family favourite will run from 23 November – 31 December 2023.
Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and The Habbit Factory announce exciting new partnership
Both local arts charities will work together to develop a partnership that both supports and increases opportunities for under-served and under-represented communities across the London Borough of Havering.
Cast and creatives announced for world premiere of Vickie Donoghue’s The Flood
Playing 3 – 18 March 2023, The Flood commemorates the 70th anniversary of the real-life disaster of 1953 in which 58 people lost their lives in Canvey Island
2023 Offies finalists announced – Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch scoops 2 nominations
The Offies (Off West End Theatre Awards) have announced their 2023 finalists, and Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch is delighted to be shortlisted in two categories.
Cast and creatives announced for world premiere of Ian Rankin and Simon Reade’s Rebus: A Game Called Malice
This exciting on stage exclusive is produced by Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch in association with Daniel Schumann and Lee Dean.
The National Theatre to tour new production Shut Up, I’m Dreaming
The production tours to to 4 schools in Outer East London and South Essex through partnership with Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch.