Sutton Theatre Company is an amateur theatrical company established in 1983. We present two musical shows every spring and autumn at venues in the local area.
The Company has a membership of around 50 people from various backgrounds who come together to sing, act, dance and generally have a good time.
Visit our Past Shows page to find a history of all previous productions and check out photos of us in action.
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16th - 19th November 2016
The Charles Cryer Theatre, Carshalton
Bah Humbug! Sutton Theatre Company presents Scrooge, a musical play in two acts based on Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol".
Ebenezer Scrooge begins the Christmas holiday in his usual penny-pinching and grumpy mood. But, when he is awakened on Christmas Eve by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, they take him on an eye-opening journey where he learns about the true meaning and spirit of Christmas.
Faced with his own story of bitterness Scrooge must decide what his own future will hold before it’s too late…
Book, lyrics and music by James Leisy.
Arranged for s.a.b. voices and piano by Jack Lambert.
Orchestrations by Jerrold Fisher.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.
For more info please go to our page.
First published Thursday 23 April 2015 in The Sutton Guardian, News
by Amy Briggs
The Little Shop of Horrors undeniably fed Sutton's appetite for entertainment last week.
The Sutton Theatre Company, alongside director Mary Watkins, put on a fantastic show throughout with their no-holds-barred performance. The leading cast, including all the original characters from the cult film: Seymour Krelborn, Mr. Mushnik, Audrey and Orin Scrivello, truly brought the stage to life in this exciting and energetic recital.
The audience were transfixed by the use of props – in particular, Audrey II. The plant's magnificence and grandeur both charmed and horrified the audience. It was visible that a lot of time and energy had gone into creating the props and using them in such a realistic manner.
The liveliness on stage reflected in the crowd who clapped along with the songs in this comedy-horror musical. This hidden gem of a play is already sadly missed.
Watch out for future performances by The Sutton Theatre Company.