Trinity Theatre Club
Trinity Theatre Club (TTC) has been in existence since 1946 and was originally known as the Tunbridge Wells Drama Club.
When Trinity Church, designed by Decimus Burton, was decommissioned in 1977, it was the Drama Club who saw its potential and was at the forefront in converting and equipping the building as a theatre, and by 1981 the Drama Club had established itself as the resident amateur company within the newly formed Arts Centre.
It has become very much our home and we stage four productions a year at the theatre, which are widely regarded as being of the highest standards - a reputation of which we are justly proud.
Some of our more recent productions are shown below.
With such a busy programme we are always looking for new members to become involved in all aspects of production. Not just actors, but people who are interested in set design, stage management, props, costumes, lighting and sound - indeed, anybody who has an interest in the theatre and would like to turn it into practice. However you would like to be involved you will be made very welcome. If you would like further information or to apply for membership of TTC, please email our membership secretary, Catherine Allen, at email@example.com
Click here to download a PDF application form or click here to download a PDF subscription standing order form for TTC and Trinity Theatre 'Mass' Membership.
Located in the centre of Tunbridge Wells, Trinity is a vibrant theatre in one of the most beautiful buildings in the region, hosting around 350 events a year, ranging from the best in theatre and dance through to the biggest names in comedy and music. It has collaborated with everyone from Steven Berkoff to the National Theatre, as well as hosting a truly diverse range of international performing arts, film and visual arts. With some 90,000 people coming through its doors each year alongside a dynamic programme of participation for young people, it is acknowledged as one of the leading venues in the South East.
A converted church, Trinity combines the benefit of an architectural landmark with modern interior facilities and is a key contributor to the vitality of the region. Its programme offers an imaginative and wide range of entertainment including drama, dance, live music, comedy, film, children's theatre and visual arts, with a strong emphasis on developing work for young and multi-cultural audiences.
Address Church Road , Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 1JP