Theatre Club

Dialogue Theatre Club┬áis a post-show discussion for people who hate post-show discussions. It works like a book group: the people who made the show aren’t present, so you can share what you thought and and hear how other people responded, without needing to think of the ‘right’ questions to get the artists explaining their work. It’s free to attend, plus we provide drinks and nibbles: what’s not to like?

Theatre Club originates with a very brilliant community and engagement specialist, Lily Einhorn, who started a Theatre Club as part of her work with the Two Boroughs project at the Young Vic in London. Dialogue is indebted to Lily for her inspiration and encouragement.

If you’d like to discuss hosting a theatre club with us, make suggestions or join our mailing list, please contact Maddy: maddy[at]welcometodialogue[dot]com

Upcoming Dialogue Theatre Clubs:

24 February: Escaped Alone, Royal Court, London
We return to the Royal Court to talk about the new play from Caryl Churchill. This discussion takes place after the performance: tickets for the show can be booked here.

17 March: Every One, BAC, London
We return to BAC for the latest production by Chris Goode & Company, the first London performances of Jo Clifford’s extraordinary play about death. This discussion takes place after the performance: tickets for the show can be booked here.

7 April: Made Visible, the Yard, London
We return to the Yard for a slippery play by Deborah Pearson that addresses racism and white privilege. This discussion takes place after the performance: tickets for the show can be booked here.

Previous Dialogue Theatre Clubs:

Men in the Cities, Dome (Brighton), November 2015
RoosevElvis, Royal Court (London), November 2015
Men in the Cities, Junction (Cambridge), November 2015
Vesper Time, the Marlborough (Brighton), October 2015
Men in the Cities, Drum (Plymouth), October 2015
Sister, the Marlborough (Brighton), October 2015
Hangmen, Royal Court (London), October 2015
Weaklings, Warwick Arts Centre, October 2015
This Is How We Die, Jabberwocky Market (Darlington), October 2015
A Girl and a Gun, CPT (London), September 2015
Portrait, CPT (London), September 2015
Hang, Royal Court (London), July 2015
Carmen Disruption, Almeida (London), May 2015
Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone, CPT (London), May 2015
Stand, BAC (London), May 2015
This Is How We Die, Tom Thumb (Margate), May 2015
The Preston Bill, Tom Thumb (Margate), April 2015
Game, Almeida (London), March 2015
How To Hold Your Breath, Royal Court (London), March 2015
Sister, Hear Me Roar festival (Lancaster), March 2015
You’re Not Alone, Soho (London), February 2015
The Merchant of Venice, Almeida (London), January 2015
Fiction, New Continental (Preston), November 2014
Fiction, Tom Thumb (Margate), November 2014
The Gamblers, Northern Stage (Newcastle), October 2014
Confirmation, BAC (London), October 2014
Women’s Hour, Camden People’s Theatre (London), October 2014
Ballad of the Burning Star, Jabberwocky Market (Darlington), October 2014
Roof, ARC (Stockton), August 2014
Mr Burns, Almeida (London), July 2014
Beyond Caring, the Yard (London), July 2014
The Ted Bundy Project, Ovalhouse (London), June 2014
Birdland, Royal Court (London), May 2014
We Are Proud To Present…, Bush (London), April 2014
Ballad of the Burning Star, BAC (London), March 2014
Blurred Lines, National Theatre (London), February 2014
Expectations, Pleasance Theatre (London), November 2013
The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas, Royal Court (London), October 2013
Landscape II, Lakeside (Colchester), October 2013
Secret Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith (London), October 2013
Ring, Tom Thumb (Margate), September 2013
Mess, Battersea Arts Centre (London), May 2013
Ring, Battersea Arts Centre (London), March 2013