History of Richmond Theatre
By Shiona Walker
Were real fans of Richmond Theatre. As well as putting on really high quality drama, it also plays a pivotal role within its community and is one of Richmonds prettiest features (even if it cant compete with the park for size). It really is a special place and - judging by how well its done in the film-location stakes - this is clearly something that numerous Hollywood film directors have picked up on. Theres also something quite neat about the fact that the theatre reopened in 1903 with J M Barries play Quality Street, and that 100 years later, in 2003, they filmed Johnny Depp playing Barrie himself in Finding Neverland here at the theatre. Lots more fab facts and fun to follow in this lovely little infographic weve done up for you below...
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