We are a West Sussex based amateur dramatic company presenting four or five productions each year including plays, musicals and pantos at The Henfield Hall, and an open-air production, usually a Shakespeare.
We have won numerous awards in recent years for achievements in the theatre and we are affiliated to the National Operatic and Drama Association (NODA), a charitable organisation that provides support to amateur theatre throughout the UK.
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The next Henfield Theatre Company production, the fun-filled pantomime, “Cinderella”, will be staged early in the new year.
HTC's production of Brighton Beach Memoires wins best lighting award
Henfield Theatre Company wins Award for Best Overall Production at the Brighton and Hove Arts Council Awards in 2018
The National Operatic and Dramatic Association awarded HTC their Award for Excellence for Billy Liar. The certificate was presented to representatives of HTC last Sunday
An excellent review by the NODA representative for this feel good family musical. Read the review here...
HTC's production of Billy Liar last autumn has been awarded yet another award... read on
Up against the best in Sussex, HTC have succeeded in pulling off the award for The Best Overall Production
Ann Atkins walked away with the 'Best Director' prize at the Brighton and Hove Dramatic Awards evening
Recently performed Anne of Green Gables has been a great success but an even more eventful production than had been planned.
The HTC costume team is a hard working but hidden hero behind the scenes. Here is news of just how good they are!
Director of HTC's production 'Confusions' by Alan Ayckbourn explains
HTC's production of Billy Liar wins triple awards at Brighton and Hove Arts Council Drama Awards
HTC's performance of Billy Liar received a truly cracking review by Dee Sharpe of NODA. Read the full review below
Creating an authentic and convincing set to stage a show plays a pivotal role in showing off to best advantage the skills of the performers in portraying the parts they play. How is this accomplished at HTC?
Making sure the costumes on stage properly reflect the era in which the play is set and are appropriate to the plot is a crucial part of staging a successful and convincing show. Find out here how HTC does it.