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The Theatre of Small Convenience

Edith Walk, Malvern WR14 4QH, England
+44 1684 568933
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What a treasure

Wonderfully creative. Nice little stop off into a magical world. Classic English fantasyland. we... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2016
Passing by...

...and stumbled across this little gem. Six minutes of wonder and simple pleasure. Such a cleaver... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2016
Thames Ditton, United Kingdom
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Edith Walk, Malvern WR14 4QH, England
+44 1684 568933
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

Wonderfully creative. Nice little stop off into a magical world. Classic English fantasyland. we saw a 5 minute puppet show, which I believe is what they run most often. Liked the music too, would visit again.

1  Thank waxcharade
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

...and stumbled across this little gem. Six minutes of wonder and simple pleasure. Such a cleaver use of 'convenience' that Malvern should treasure and nurture.

Thank 4BBrood
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

My friends and I went to the Theatre of Small Convenience to see "Quackery Codswallop" and it we all had a good laugh. 6 minutes of funny nonsense all worth every penny we spent! Dennis was more than kind enough to put a show for...More

Thank Bless A
Reviewed 30 August 2016

This is English eccentricity at its best! well done Dennis a true labour of love ! you deserve all the praise that comes your way and to make people laugh is a true talent ! Thankyou for opening up for us ! Alice and Anne

Thank laviniaunderhill
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Pure magic. We popped in on my Mum's 75th birthday - after meaning to for many years! What a perfect treat : ) A lovely welcome from Dennis Neale - amazing props, puppets, paintings and a show full of whimsy to make you laugh, cheer,...More

Thank pharos
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Think Spike Milligan, think The Goons! British humour at it's finest. This has got to be a must see for anyone visiting Malvern.

Thank Marie P
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

It's a fun filled box of imagination created by Dennis Neale and his family. We have been coming to Malvern for a long time but only recently were lucky enough to be there when The Theatre of Small Convenience was open. The quirky scenery beautifully...More

1  Thank btwoshoes
Reviewed 16 August 2016

We always pass this but have only recently stopped for a show, which the owner performs on request on Saturdays. This is an old public toilet which has been transformed into a tiny theatre and has been performing quirky 5 minute shows (similar to a...More

1  Thank Lucy S
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Nice 6 minute performance that made us laugh. Definitely worth the visit and the (small) entry fee. would recommend

1  Thank Oliver W
Reviewed 10 May 2016

For the last few years, whenever I visit Malvern, I find myself drawn to this place. What used to be a Victorian men's lavatory is now the smallest theatre in the UK, founded by Dennis Neale, a dramatist and puppeteer whose passion for performance shines...More

2  Thank SeekingSomethingNew
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