The theatre building was once a Primitive Methodist Church, and became a theatre in the 1970s. The building retains it's original Arts and Crafts styling and wonderful stained glass.

Seating 150, the auditorium has a proscenium arch stage, with dressing rooms on either side. Lighting is controlled from a tech box at the back of the theatre. There are two aisles leading from dual auditorium doors, as well as access through to the bar and exhibition spaces beyond. There is a balcony in the auditorium, accessible from stage right and ample backstage space.

The theatre is also used as a cinema and can be booked as such. Please enquire about screen size and projection requirements. 

There are men's and women's toilets and one disable access toilet.

The theatre entrance is on Albion Terrace and there is a disable access ramp. The theatre can accommodate up to four wheelchairs per performance. 

Click here to enquire about room hire.