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Arundel is very lucky to have two resident theatre troups (Drip Action and The Arundel Players) who perform plays throughout the year, a theatre troup for children and a great comedy club putting on various types of shows and stand-up once a month. With regular performances from September to July they then develope a creative profusion of entertainment for the annual Arundel Festival making them a very significant creative force in Arundel.

Additionally during the Arundel Festival we are visited by Shakespeare performances in the Arundel Castle Gardens, street theatre performers, independents and many more. 

Nineveh House Players

Panto and musical performances written and directod by Trevor Wyatt to fundraise for Chestut Tree Hospice.  Being an ex semi professional singer and recovering cancer sufferer he has previously written…

Arundel Festival

Fabulous annual charity & volunteer run multi-arts festival, one of the largest in the South.  The Arundel Festival is every August and fills the town with colour and fun. Highly recommended. …

Arundel Players

A varied programme of productions throughout the year, in the comfort of this intimate and unique theatre kindly first leased to the Players in 1977, thanks to their then president,…

Chichester Festival Theatre

Distance 11.1 miles
Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK’s flagship theatres, renowned for the exceptionally high standard of its productions as well as its work with the community and young people.…

Theatre goers' club

Arundel Youth Theatre

Arundel Youth Theatre runs fun and nurturing classes for children aged 4-16 years. Sessions focus on drama with opportunities for choreography, singing and playwriting. We have performances at the end…

Arundel Jailhouse

Evening events such as Blues Nights, Comedy Nights and Murder Mystery Dinners. Come and experience one of the South East's most unique live entertainment venues. Located at the end of…

Drip Action Theatre

Drip Action was founded in 1987 and takes as its remit the production of new and lesser known work in an intimate space. View Drip Action's 2014 Newsletter here.