Illuminating People and Places through Live Arts
We are passionate about promoting live performance. We love North Somerset’s amazing array of indoor and outdoor spaces. Stages that may be small or large, enclosed or without walls – unique places to perform, that have something for everyone.
We present work ranging from local to international performance connecting with people and places. Whether it’s ballet on the pier, circus on the streets, pint-sized performance in a pub or theatre in an empty shop, Theatre Orchard enables diverse stories to be told in inspirational settings.
We also provide opportunities for local people to get stuck in. Why not volunteer with Theatre Orchard and help shape and deliver North Somerset’s performing arts programme? Or take part in a community project – find your voice, and share your skills with us.
Theatre Orchard partners with many individuals and companies on its journey to transform North Somerset into a region that is an increasingly dynamic, playful and stimulating place to live, work and visit.
If you would like to know more, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Without Walls Touring Network Partnership
Theatre Orchard joins Without Walls, England’s biggest network of outdoor arts festivals.
Theatre Orchard’s Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy
At Theatre Orchard we are committed to the safe welfare of children and young people in all the work we do. Our dedicated team are trained in the latest safeguarding and child protection policies, to ensure that every experience we offer children as part of our creative programme of events, outreach and engagement, upholds safe practice within safe places. You can contact us at email@example.com
“The best day of my life!”
Feedback from schools’ big day out, part of weekend of wonders, weston-super-mare
“This was such a poignant event, which moved and meant so much to so many people in our local community. It was a real privilege for our students to collaborate with the Theatre Orchard and the Holly Noble Dance company in putting on this performance.”
sylvia lane, head of dance at university centre, weston, on pages of the sea
“It was so brilliant. It made me think about everything. Life, pain, hope, joy. It was great.”
audience feedback, sex workers opera (experimental experience) at tropicana