Chiswick Playhouse Set To Make a Return

Local theatre relaunches with three events in Tabard pub garden

Chiswick Playhouse are to make a return with three new shows to be held in the Tabard pub’s garden

The programme starts on Friday 18 September at 7.30pm with The Soprano Behind The Screen, a professional production based on the life of Hollywood's secret soprano Marni Nixon who dubbed the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Natalie Wood and Deborah Kerr. This concert production tells her story through tales of silver screen Hollywood and songs from classic movie musicals including My Fair Lady, West Side Story and The King & I.

There are limited tickets available and booking must be made in groups of 2, 4 or six. Click here to buy tickets at £10 per person.

The following Friday, 25 September, also at 7.30pm, Chiswick Playhouse in the Garden will present. A Night At The West End an evening of musical theatre with West End Stars bringing all the classics from the West End to the Tabard.

Booking must be made in groups of 2, 4 or six. Click here to buy tickets at £10 per person.

Then on Friday 2 October, again at 7.30pm, a night full of fun, laughter and magic to keep you entertained is promised with Reg Kettle and Chums. As with the other events booking must be made in groups of 2,4, or 6 and tickets cost £10 per person.

School of Comedy is also back. Spaces are limited so email To secure your place and avoid disappointment.

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September 6, 2020