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Warts and All Theatre

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About Warts and All Theatre

Warts and All Theatre is based in Northampton and our work takes place at a variety of venues across the Midlands.

We deliver work across Northampton, Coventry and Wellingborough

We believe that everyone can be an artist. We present work that celebrates that.

We don’t define the strands of our work as ‘professional' or ‘amateur'.

All of our work is professional in it's conception and we consistently strive for excellence.

Upcoming Shows From Warts and All Theatre

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Past Shows

  • October 2019 DNA by Dennis Kelly

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