For only the third time in our history, since 1842, we are sad to report that we will not be performing in Canterbury this summer. The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has prevented us bringing a play to you, just as the two World Wars did last century.  
We hope very much to be back in The Malthouse in 2021 and look forward to seeing you then.
In 2019 we moved to 
the Malthouse Theatre, Malthouse Road, Canterbury, CT2 7JA

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Our 2019 production: "And Then There Were None" is one of Agatha Christie's most famous mysteries, but still full of surprises and suspense.

Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island, and begin to be murdered one-by-one for their past misdeeds.  But who is the murderer, and how does it end?  Although one of Agatha Christie's favourite plays, there are different versions and the Old Stagers are pleased to be performing the less well-known one. 

A topical musical revue (known as the Epilogue) follows the plays on Friday and Saturday nights. 

The performances will start at 7.30 p.m., except on Wednesday 7th August when a matinée performance will commence at 2.45 p.m.


Monday - Thursday: £15, Students £12, Parties of 10 and over £12 per ticket.

Friday and Saturday (with the Epilogue): £20

Please note that a £1.25 per ticket transaction charge is applicable (up to £12.50 max)