The Stevenage Lytton Players

Theatre, Music and Drama in Stevenage
The Stevenage Lytton Players are an Amateur Dramatic and Musical Society located in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK. Founded in 1948 they have been, and still are the leading Amateur Dramatic and Musical Society in Stevenage.

Last update - March 4th 2022

Unusually for an amateur group, the Players specialise in both Musical Theatre and Drama Productions, achieving very high standards in both areas. They also boast an extremely strong and active section The Lytton Youth Theatre, which caters for younger age groups comprising 8 to 18 years old. In addition there are ample opportunities for members and patrons to participate in the Players' activities in an 'offstage' role, be it backstage, social, or helping with the administration of the Players' affairs.

The Players' base is at The Lytton Theatre in Stevenage (aka The Sishes), which is used for rehearsals, performances and social events. The Lytton Theatre has a studio rehearsal room plus a stage and auditorium with seating for about 80. The workshop, wardrobe and properties store are well equipped and enable preparation and storage of the Player's sets and costumes. There is also a large licensed bar with its own lounge providing welcome refreshments for thirsty members and audiences.

The premises are available for hire for social functions or group activities. For more details Click Here.

Costumes and Properties are also available for hire. Contact the Wardrobe Manager Di Barton for Costumes, or the Properties Mistress Lorna Roberts via the telephone number below.

Registered Charity No: 257007

The Lytton Theatre, (The Sishes)
Vardon Road, Pin Green
Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 5PZ
Tel: 01438 357407
Box Office: 01438 357407
Honorary Life Patron: Lord David Cobbold

Affiliated to
Stevenage Arts Guild

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