Previous Productions


2016-01-19 19:45:00

by Mike Bartlett

Tuesday 19th - Saturday 23rd January 7.45pm
A brilliant and blackly hilarious feat of provocation. --Independent

Love is a four-letter word... When John takes a break from his boyfriend, he accidentally meets the girl of his dreams.

Bracken Moor

2015-12-08 09:23:00

By Alexi Kaye Campbell
Wednesday 9th - Saturday 12th December
7.45pm (Saturday matinee 3pm), Main Stage

A chilling ghost story for Christmas. Set against the gloom of the economic depression of the 1930s, this theatrically bold tale of grief and denial combines more than a hint of the best of J B Priestley’s socially aware drama with the unnerving atmosphere of a classic Dickensian ghost story.

A Chorus of Disapproval

2015-11-03 21:06:00

By Alan Ayckbourn
Tuesday 3rd – Saturday 7th November
7.45pm (Saturday matinee 3pm), Main Stage

Alan Ayckbourn’s musical, comic masterpiece follows a shy young widower in his attempts to escape from loneliness by the local amateur light operatic society in their production of The Beggar's Opera. By accident, rather than design, he advances from a one-line part to the leading role; a piece that has strange parallels with the emotional turmoil and social and political manoeuvrings of the amateur society.

Crime and Punishment

2015-10-20 21:07:00

By PTC New Writing
Tuesday 20th - Saturday 24th October 2015
7.45pm, Antony Bridges Studio

More than 50 writers responded to PTC New Writing’s call out for 20-minute pieces on the theme of crime and punishment. Come and see the show to see which ones make the final shortlist!

Glory Dazed

2015-10-05 19:30:00

A PTC Site Line site-specific production taking place in The Cat's Back - a wonderful local pub.

Increasingly haunted by his time at war, Ray decides to go to his local pub for the last time, a lock-in to sort everything out

Jumpers for Goalposts

2015-09-22 21:07:00

By Tom Wells
Tuesday 22nd – Saturday 26th September
7.45pm (Saturday matinee 3pm), Main Stage

Tom Wells’ fabulous, five-star romantic comedy about love and the beautiful game was a massive hit on its UK tour and London premiere at the Bush Theatre in 2013. Jumpers for Goalposts is a hilarious great-big-warm-hug of a play that wears its very generous heart on its muddy and grass-stained sleeve.

The Effect

2015-09-01 21:06:00

By Lucy Prebble
Tuesday 1st - Saturday 5th September
7.45pm, Antony Bridges Studio

Two paid volunteers, one drug trial. Can you tell the difference between who you are and a side effect? Raising questions about love, depression and the limits of science, this thrilling and thought-provoking play premiered at the National Theatre in 2012, starring Billie Piper and Jonjo O’Neill.

Thérèse Raquin

2015-08-04 21:06:00

By Émile Zola adapted by Nicholas Wright
Tuesday 4th - Saturday 8th August
7.45pm, Antony Bridges Studio

Thérèse Raquin, Émile Zola’s 1867 novel and subsequent stage play,shocked bourgeois readers and theatregoers when it first appeared and continues to thrill and disturb audiences today.

Pride and Prejudice - open air performance

2015-07-18 21:06:00

By Jane Austen adapted by Simon Reade
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th July 2015
3pm, Putney’s Old Burial Ground, Ravenna Road, SW15

First seen at Regents Park Open Air Theatre in 2013, this sparkling adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice brilliantly brings to life the gossip, the scandal, the errors in judgement, and the romance that has enthralled generations of readers; recreating on stage all the joy and charm of this much-loved novel.

Pride and Prejudice

2015-06-23 21:06:00

By Jane Austen adapted by Simon Reade
Tuesday 23rd - Saturday 27th June 2015
7.45pm and 3pm Saturday matinee, Main Stage

First seen at Regents Park Open Air Theatre in 2013, this sparkling adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice brilliantly brings to life the gossip, the scandal, the errors in judgement, and the romance that has enthralled generations of readers; recreating on stage all the joy and charm of this much-loved novel.

Double Bill: Numbers by Kieron Barry & Party by Tom Basden

2015-05-19 21:06:00

Tuesday 19th - Saturday 23rd May 2015
7.45pm, Studio

A double bill of one-act plays aiming to get your vote in the laughter stakes - Numbers by Kieron Barry and Party by Tom Basden.

Private Lives

2015-04-28 21:06:00

By Noël Coward
Tuesday 28th April - Saturday 2nd May 2015
7.45pm and 3pm Saturday matinee, Main Stage

Noël Coward’s modern classic; a rom-com...with a twist. With this classic setup and his trademark cut-glass dialogue, Noël Coward has created a masterpiece of confusion and pure comic bliss.

Forever House

2015-03-10 21:06:00

By Glenn Waldron
Tuesday 10th - Saturday 14th March 2015
7.45pm, Studio

Forever House is a haunting play, from a new and exciting theatrical voice, that tests the tension between the tug of the past and the pull of the new.


2015-02-24 21:06:00

By John Hodge
Tuesday 24th - Saturday 28th February 2015
7.45pm, Main Stage

An Olivier award-winning black comedy-drama from the screenwriter behind Trainspotting and Shallow Grave.



No Way Out (Huis Clos)

2015-01-20 21:06:00

By Jean-Paul Sartre translated by Frank Hauser
Tuesday 20th - Saturday 24th January 2015
7.45pm, Studio

Jean-Paul Sartre’s powerful, compelling, blackly comic existential drama takes a frightening plunge into darkness, with a famously shocking final reveal that will stay with you long after you have left the theatre.

Get Santa!

2014-12-10 21:06:00

Written by Antony Neilson, music by Nick Powell and story by Antony Neilson and Nick Powell
Wednesday 10th – Saturday 13th December
7.45pm and 3pm Saturday matinee, Main Stage

Brace yourselves for a truly bonkers family Christmas, one that won’t end ‘til Holly gets what she wants. This is a madcap, mischievous, musical-comedy that will appeal not just to the kids but to the kid in all of us.

Henry V

2014-11-11 21:06:00

By William Shakespeare
Tuesday 11th – Saturday 15th November
7.45pm and 2.30pm Saturday matinee, Main Stage

100 years after the start of the First World War, Shakespeare’s great play about the English at war pays fitting tribute to those who fought and died for King and country. Part of the RSC’s Open Stages 2013-2016

The Anniversary

2014-10-14 21:06:00

By PTC New Writing
Tuesday 14th – Saturday 18th October
7.45pm, Studio

Putney Theatre Company’s increasingly successful group of new writers put their imaginations to work as PAT celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

Stepping Out

2014-09-23 21:06:00

By Richard Harris
Tuesday 23rd - Saturday 27th September
7.45pm, Main Stage and 3pm Saturday matinee

Tap your troubles away with this sparkling smash-hit comedy, as a troop of amateur dancers struggle with the steps, with each other and with everything life has to throw at them.


2014-09-09 21:06:00

By Polly Teale
Tuesday 9th – Saturday 13th September
7.45pm, Studio

The Brontёs - Emily, Charlotte and Anne – along with some of their most famous characters - are brought thrillingly to life in this absorbing and imaginative piece of total theatre.

Sex With a Stranger

2014-08-05 21:06:00

By Stefan Golaszewski
Tuesday 5th – Saturday 9th August
7.45pm, Studio

A blackly funny yet strangely moving comedy from the writer of the hit BBC series Him and Her.

Anne Boleyn - open air performance

2014-07-12 21:06:00

By Howard Brenton
Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th July
3.45pm, Old Burial Ground

Bring blankets, cushions and a picnic to this summer highlight of our 50th anniversary year.

Anne Boleyn

2014-06-24 21:06:00

By Howard Brenton
Tuesday 24th – Saturday 28th June
7.45pm (Saturday matinee 3pm), Main Stage

Epic, intelligent, provocative and hugely entertaining, Anne Boleyn presents a compelling case for a much-maligned woman ahead of her time.

Our New Girl

2014-05-20 21:06:00

By Nancy Harris
Tuesday 20th – Saturday 24th May
7.45pm, Antony Bridges Studio

Our New Girl is a riveting psychological drama that riffs on Fatal Attraction and We Need to Talk About Kevin with sly humour and a smart understanding of the complexities of modern life.

Brighton Beach Memoirs

2014-04-29 21:06:00

By Neil Simon
Tuesday 29th April – Saturday 3rd May
7.45pm (Saturday matinee 3pm), Main Stage

Neil Simon's delightful autobiographical comedy will set your hearts soaring as high as a baseball in a clear blue sky.

Site Lines: Contractions

2014-03-25 21:06:00

Tuesday 25th - Thursday 27th March
Meet at 7.30pm SHARP at Lost & Co, 160 Putney High St, to be taken to the performance venue

As part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations PTC will be taking work out of Putney Arts Theatre to new and unusual venues around London. Our first show, Contractions by Mike Bartlett, will be taking place in Putney.

Fifty Shades of Funny

2014-03-18 21:06:00

By PTC New Writing
Tuesday 18th - Saturday 22nd March
7.45pm, Anthony Bridges Studio

To celebrate our 50th Birthday, our talented writers are turning their pens to comedy.

Love and Information

2014-02-25 21:06:00

By Caryl Churchill
Tuesday 25th February – Saturday 1st March
7.45pm, Main Stage

In Churchill's witty and poignant collage of miniature plays, more than a hundred characters explore the relationship between what we know and how we feel.

The Thrill of Love

2014-01-21 21:06:00

By Amanda Whittington
Tuesday 21st - Saturday 25th January 2014
7.45pm, Anthony Bridges Studio

The Thrill of Love looks beyond the sensational headlines to the real motivation behind a final desperate act

A Very Victorian Christmas

2013-12-12 21:05:00

By PTC New Writing
AMENDED DATES: Thursday 12th - Saturday 14th December
Doors open from 7pm, and performance starts at 7.45pm at Putney Arts Theatre (Saturday matinee: doors open at 2pm and performance starts at 3pm)

Not just a production but a fantastic, festive feast of fun for all the family.


2013-11-05 21:05:00

By Peter Shaffer
Tuesday 5th - Saturday 9th November
7.45pm, Main Stage

Exploring themes of faith, sexuality and humanity, this stunningly theatrical, disturbing play asks questions that resonate powerfully with how we live today. Contains scenes of an adult nature.

How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found

2013-10-15 21:05:00

By Fin Kennedy
Tuesday 15th - Sat 19th October
7.45pm, Studio

A young executive reaches breaking point and decides to disappear, beginning a nightmarish journey to the edge of existence that sees him stripped of everything that made him who he was.