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The Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

See also - The Swan Theatre, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

A Google StreetView Image of the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury - Click to Interact.

Above - A Google StreetView Image of the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury - Click to Interact.

The Waterside Theatre is situated in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and was designed by the architects Aedas and RHWL Arts Team, with construction by Wilmot Dixon. This modern Theatre was built at a cost of some £47 million and was opened by Cilla Black on the 12th of October 2010.

The Theatre was constructed to replace the Aylesbury Civic Hall which had been built in 1975 as a multi-purpose venue but had largely been outgrown by its audience. The new Waterside Theatre has a larger 1,220 seat auditorium in the shape of a rectangular box, clad in wood, with stalls and two balconies, with 3 slips running down each side, and a rectangular proscenium. The Theatre can also be used as a music venue with standing room for 1,800 people. There is also a smaller studio space with seating for 220.

The whole complex incorporates a large Front of House with spacious foyer areas, ample toilets, and many bars, and even a cafe. In between the two auditoria is a block containing the main Theatre's fly tower, dressing rooms and offices etc.

The Waterside Theatre is perfectly suited to its role as a large scale touring venue for West End and Provincial productions, Live Music Concerts, local community performances and groups, and also conferences and film screenings.

Images of the Theatre both inside and out can easily be found on Google Images here.

The Waterside Theatre is currently run by ATG, you may like to visit their own website for the Theatre here.

If you have any more information or Images for this Theatre that you are willing to share please Contact me.

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