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With much regret we have had to cancel our planned performance of Peter Pan due to the Covid19 Lockdown

We will update our website when are able to advise on more positive plans.

In the meantime we hope that our patrons keep safe and well and we look forward to seeing you back some time in the New Year.

Peter Pan

by JM Barrie,  adapted for BBC Radio 4 by Philip Glassborow.

Wednesday 2 December – Saturday 12 at 7.45pm (excluding Sunday) with an additional performance on Saturday 12 at 4pm.

All bookings for this show have been cancelled and all monies refunded onto the payment cards.  In the event of any query please contact boxoffice@wokinghamtheatre.org.uk


“A thriving community theatre”

Wokingham Theatre is a vibrant community theatre with hundreds of members, playing to thousands of patrons each year. Why not join us!


Formed in 1947 we moved to our current location in 1986, hidden away next to the Cantley House Hotel and sports fields on the North side of the town.  We put on eight full-length productions a year, as well as several extra smaller productions, including our annual Youth Theatre production.  On each performance night up to sixty people can have been involved in getting the show on its feet – from directing to designing stage sets, from acting on stage to working behind the scenes and even running the bar in the interval.  WT is a thriving community theatre making it a centre of creativity for young and old, veterans and beginners. It is a local gem for all Wokingham residents to enjoy.  We’re always growing and we love welcoming new members to the theatre, whether it’s on stage, backstage or front of house.  Check out our Membership page if you’d like to know more about joining!


Wokingham Youth Theatre (WYT) currently has over 80 young members who meet each week at Wokingham Theatre. We seek to equip young people from the age of 8 to 18 with theatre skills in a highly motivated environment

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WT is a thriving community theatre presenting 8 major productions a year alongside Youth Theatre productions, and offering a wide range of theatrical skills training. Find out more about us by clicking below!

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As a community theatre our success depends on the time, effort, expertise and goodwill of our Members. New members are always welcome and are encouraged to become involved in any of the many theatre activities!

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