Your Visit
Your Visit

Welcome to Tara Theatre!


Step through the Edwardian terraced front into a world of colour!

Architecturally a fusion of East & West, Tara Theatre features an intimate 100-seat auditorium, a Studio for rehearsals and small events and an outdoor Patio walled by railway sleepers.

Opened in September 2016 by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Tara Theatre is home to connecting worlds of artists, texts and audiences.

Tara Theatre has a studded history in Earlsfield. Starting life as a Mission Hall in 1891, it has been a Draper's, an Optician's, a Chiropodists' and a Church for newly-arrived migrants. To this history of clothes, eyes, feet & soul, Tara is adding words to breathe dramatic life in a building perched between the centuries.

Connecting Worlds - Tara's vision for a landmark 21st century theatre.


Visitor Information


Tara Theatre

We are just 10 minutes from Waterloo!

Tara Theatre, 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES


Opening times:

Our Box Office & Foyer Bar will open from an hour and a half before the performance.


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By train

To Earlsfield Station every 5 mins from Waterloo, Vauxhall & Wimbledon

By bus

44, 77 & 270 to Earlsfield station

By car

Free parking from 4.30pm on Thornsett Road, next to the Theatre


Disabled parking

Thornsett Road, Magdalen Road, near junctions with Garratt Lane and Tranmere Rd.



Find out more about access at Tara Theatre here.




Tara Foyer Bar


The Tara Foyer Bar, situated at the front of Tara Theatre, is open from an hour and a half before the performance until late.

Alo open during the day from 10am, pop in for a coffee and cake, enjoy our books with a glass of wine or browse using our free WiFi. Supporting local produce, we offer a range of delicious snacks - including fabulous ice cream from Cremoloso Gelato!


 Free Wi-Fi throughout Tara Theatre. 


We look forward to welcoming you to Tara Theatre this season.

Please consider our neighbours when leaving the premises and leave quietly.


'The wide world is all about you' - JRR Tolkein




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