Originally founded in 1939 at the Southern Railway Dramatic Society, what is today the Network Theatre has spent many decades creating and promoting the performing arts.
It is now a community theatre space in the disused railway arches of Waterloo station, which is entirely volunteer run.
The unique location makes it a great venue for immersive theatre. It hosts touring theatre companies bringing their productions through the capital as well as producing its own contemporary shows.
The company welcomes anyone with a passion for theatre to come along to read, audition and get involved.
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