About Wilmslow Green Room
Founded in 1924, the Wilmslow Green Room Society is one of the oldest Amateur Dramatic Societies in the UK. In the beginning, we were “strolling players” performing wherever a venue could be found.
In 1989, after a superb fund raising effort, a Victorian cottage and an old shirt factory were converted into a modern theatre. After 65 years, the society had its own home.
The theatre has seating capacity for up to 102 and provides access and facilities for wheelchair users.
Our programme of productions is chosen to provide a varied and challenging season of plays, using innovative and adventurous stage designs, and is well supported by local people.
Refreshments of tea, coffee and ice cream are available during the interval, or, if you prefer, you can buy drinks from the bar, which is open until 11pm each evening during, and after, productions.
On Saturday mornings, when the box office is open, the coffee bar is open to the public from 10.30am – 12 noon. Here you will get a warm welcome from members and have an opportunity to look around our premises.
An active social committee organises a full programme of events throughout the season, and our publicity committee keep you up to date with all details of these and forthcoming events.
Costumes are available for hire from our theatre wardrobe department. It is open every Tuesday evening from 7pm until 9pm except during August and performance weeks.
For a specific query, you can email the Wardrobe Department by clicking HERE.
Amateur theatre offers a variety of challenges – not simply acting, but set design, scenery building, make-up, wardrobe, stage lighting and sound. You don’t have to be an expert, just come with enthusiasm and commitment and you’ll find a friendly welcome whatever your interest – and AGE IS NO BARRIER.
For further information about joining the Wilmslow Green Room, please see the JOIN US page.