Tucked away in West Wickham, Bromley, Kent, between a recreational park, a bowls club and a tennis club is Wickham Theatre Centre (Theatre 62), a thriving amateur dramatic group. For over 50 years we have been producing a variety of plays from dramas to comedies to thrillers.
We perform five productions each year in our studio theatre, each running for six nights. We set ourselves high standards and have won awards in the Bromley Theatre Guild’s Full Length Play Festival, including in 2017.
But Theatre 62 is about more than just acting. As well as the studio theatre we have a rehearsal room, a licensed bar and extensive wardrobe, scenery, props and lighting facilities. To find out more about what we do and how you can get involved click here
Our auditorium is equipped with an induction loop for hearing aid users.
There is plenty of free parking is available at the Theatre.
How are we managed?
A Board manages the affairs of Theatre 62. The Board are the Trustees of Wickham Theatre Trust acting together as the Board of Directors of Wickham Theatre Trust Ltd.
All the functions, responsibilities and activities of Wickham Theatre Trust are controlled and directed, supervised and managed by the Board. Particular functions, responsibilities and activities are allocated to be the remit of particular members of the Board. The Annual General Meeting usually takes place in May each year.
The Trustees for 2018-19 are: Janet Clark, John Heather, Howard James, Christine Lever, Paul Newton, Diana Quinn, John Randoll, Pieter Swinge, Pauline Wathen.