Rose Theatre

Rose Theatre is the largest producing theatre in South West London and has established itself since its 2008 opening as one of the most exciting theatres in the UK.

Recent Rose Original productions include Leopards by Alys Metcalf, directed by Christopher Haydon and co-produced with Fleabag producer Francesca Moody Productions; The Seven Pomegranate Seeds by Colin Teevan, directed by Melly Still; Jeff James and James Yeatman’s acclaimed adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, directed by Jeff James featuring an explosive foam party and a soundtrack of Frank Ocean, Dua Lipa and Cardi B; the critically acclaimed Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, adapted by Rona Munro, which transferred to the West End in July 2019 following a successful UK tour; the world premiere stage adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels, My Brilliant Friend, adapted by April De Angelis, which transferred to the National Theatre in November 2019. Both Captain Corelli’s Mandolin and My Brilliant Friend were directed by Rose Associate Artist Melly Still.

The Rose is home to one of the largest youth theatres in the country, offering over 1,200 participants training, careers advice and the opportunity to take part in productions alongside professionals.