Welcome to the Michael Croft Theatre. Set in the heart of Dulwich, this award-winning 350 seat theatre and concert hall has been home to some great productions since it opened in 2009.
As part of a diverse programme, we are bringing some of the best theatre from the West End and Edinburgh Festival, world-class musicians, children's shows, hit comedy, Shakespeare and film to the Michael Croft Theatre.
Click on the sections below to look at our upcoming shows or visit the box office for ticket details.
We’re proud to be bringing some of the best theatre, music, comedy and film for all ages to Dulwich.
Alleyn's International Concert Series: Jacqui Dankworth
An evening of jazz with Jacqui Dankworth
7.30pm, Wednesday 19th June
Jacqui Dankworth - voice
Charlie Wood - piano
Mick Foster - saxophones
Geoff Gascoigne - bass
Sebastian de Krom - drums
‘One of the classiest acts in British jazz singing’, The Guardian
Jacqui's highly acclaimed recordings to date have been stylistically diverse, incorporating elements of folk, blues and many other forms that have demonstrated her superb skill as an eclectic songwriter.
In April Jacqui performed at the prestigious Cadogon Hall and we look forward to welcoming her to the Michael Croft Theatre for the latest in the Alleyn's International Concert Series.
Dulwich Film: Young Winston
Robert Hardy is leading a tribute to Simon Ward with a screening of Young Winston on 15th September at the Michael Croft Theatre.
The film covers Churchill's unhappy schooldays as well as his service as a cavalry officer in India and the Sudan, during which he takes part in the cavalry charge at Omdurman, his experiences as a war correspondent in the Second Boer War, during which he is captured and escapes, and his election to Parliament at the age of 26.
Churchill is played by Simon Ward and supported by Robert Shaw, John Mills, Anthony Hopkins and Anne Bancroft. The film was written and produced by Carl Foreman and directed by Richard Attenborough. It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Screenplay, Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design.
Alleyn Old Boy, Simon Ward (R 1953-61), was a leading player in Michael Croft’s National Youth Theatre before taking the lead as a relative unknown in Richard Attenborough’s Young Winston in 1972.
Tickets will be available online shortly.