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rep·er·to·ry  /rɛpərˌtɔri, -ˌtoʊri/

noun, plural: rep·er·to·ries; abbreviation: rep.

1. a type of theatrical presentation in which a company presents several works regularly or in alternate sequence in one season.

Theatre For Everyone

Operating all year round, a large resident company of actors will perform a varied repertoire of classics, musicals & popular plays.

A Restored Tradition

A revival of the local rep tradition where the star playing Hamlet on Monday could be playing the butler or selling programmes on Thursday.

Starting In London

A flagship in the capital expanding to create similar models in every town across the whole of the UK and abroad.

London Repertory Company will be the first traditional full-time professional repertory theatre to operate commercially in the very heart of London’s theatreland.
Restoring Repertory

A revival of the local rep tradition where the public can get to know each other as well as the actors, personally.

Affordable Entertainment

Even the best seats will be at low ticket prices making the theatre, once again, affordable for everyone.

A New Audience

Introducing repertory theatre to a new generation and making it as much a part of life as music, film and television.

Your Local Rep

A new kind of theatre experience that’s personal, fun, friendly, and where everyone’s treated like a star, confirming that the LRC truly is the people’s very own local rep.

Revive. Restart. Relaunch.

In 2008 the LRC was ready to move into its own London theatre and commence its first season. Find out the chronology of what happened by clicking here.

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    "I believe that in a great city, or even in a small city or a village, a great theatre is the outward and visible sign of an inward and probable culture."
    Sir Laurence Olivier, actor
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    "Not very long ago every provincial town had its own repertory theatre... Derek Jacobi, Alan Ayckborn and Peter Hall all describe how they learned their craft in local rep."
    Kate Dunn, author of 'Exit Through The Fireplace: The Great Days Of Rep'
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    "I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being."
    Oscar Wilde, author & playwright
Industry Patrons

London Repertory Company is proud to have leading and established industry professionals supporting our campaign to restore repertory theatre in London and across the UK.

Support And Be Involved

With the launch of this new website, we have now made it easier than ever before to be involved. Aside from accepting donations, we’ve opened a new shop & launched an open newsblog. We will be introducing a supporters forum and network as numbers grow, with more features in the pipeline. By becoming a supporter, you can:

  • receive our newsletter with the latest news and updates
  • access unique supporter-only content online
  • be the first to book events, masterclasses & productions
  • comment, review or discuss on the LRC website

Register your support below or click here for a list of ways you can help.