Rosemary Branch Theatre
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|Capacity||circa 60 seats|
Rosemary Branch Theatre is a theatre above a public house, in Islington on the borders of Hackney and Shoreditch. It has a capacity of 57 seats, expandable to 65. The pub is a freehouse and the venue is independent and privately owned. The theatre has a tradition of presenting an eclectic mix of art and entertainment in what was once a Victorian music hall, and takes pride in providing a safe and supportive place for emerging talent in all areas of theatre.
The stage at the Rosemary Branch is 6m wide by 5.7 m deep. The actors entrance is stage left, though actors can also enter down the centre aisle through the auditorium.
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