Windsor Theatre Guild

Welcome to Windsor Theatre Guild

The Windsor Theatre Guild is one of the leading and longest-running community theatre companies in Berkshire with a rich history of talented performers and a vast repetoire of past productions. From dramas such as King Lear and Look Back In Anger, to comedies like Relatively Speaking and Rumours, the Guild pride themselves on showcasing a variety of talent and producing plays 2-3 times a year at classic Windsor venues.

In addition, we welcome actors of all ages, and run the Young Windsor Theatre Guild for children aged between 6-18.

Membership is open to anyone wanting to be involved both on and off the stage – from actors and directors through to backstage supporters such as stage managers, costumiers, set builders, and lighting operators.

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Performances will be online via Zoom on Thursday 21, Friday 22, and Saturday 23 January; then Thursday 28, Friday 29, and Saturday 30 January at 8PM. Tickets for the show are a modestly priced £5 

You are invited to experience, for the first time ever, a live online theatre production created by the Windsor Theatre Guild. If Agatha Christie had written a pantomime, then this would be the result!

Written and directed by David Chapman, this tongue in cheek comedy murder mystery enables you to interact with your friends and family and help us to identify the dastardly culprit.




Find out what production Windsor Theatre Guild are currently rehearsing for, when it’s on, what’s on later in the year and which plays we have produced over the years.

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The Guild has a fascinating history, spanning back nearly a century to when founding members decided Windsor and Eton needed an amateur dramatics society. Find out how it developed into what it is today.

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Join Us

Want to act or direct for the Guild? Or simply become a supporter? Click here to learn how.

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We have produced plays at an array of historic and stunning local venues over the years, from The Theatre Royal Windsor to the Guildhall…

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