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The Henfield Theatre Company - or HTC as we call it - is a West Sussex amateur dramatic company based in Henfield.


We present four or five productions each year including plays, musicals and pantos at The Henfield Hall, and, in alternate years, an open-air production, usually a Shakespeare, in one of the charming gardens in or around the village.

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  The Henfield Hall -

home of the Henfield Theatre Company, is an attractive venue ideally suited to all kinds of theatrical productions.

The main hall itself can seat upward of 200 people with the option of six rows of tiered raised seating. The stage lends itself to ambitious set design and has a frontal extension if required.

There is a large foyer with a bar, as well as a committee room opening onto the foyer providing plenty of room for socialising before shows and during intervals.   

The main hall has an audio loop system installed.


  How to find us

The Hall is in Coopers Way off the High Street which is the A281 from Brighton to Horsham.  Coming into the village by car from Brighton turn right into Coopers Way and then left into the car park.  From Horsham turn left just after the Evangelical Free Church into Coopers Way and thence left into the car park.

There is another car park on the other side of the High Street the entrance to which is between Barclays Bank and Lloyds Bank - almost opposite Coopers Way.  See map on the right.

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The Henfield Hall

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There Was An Old Woman  by Jane Haines  - a World Première

performed 1st, 2nd and 3rd January 2015


Valentine’s Day Grand Jumble Sale and Auction


The Henfield Hall - Saturday 14 February at 2.00pm

' What a fantastic idea from conception to delivery, to have a completely original family oriented musical based upon some of our favourite childhood fairy tales and a superb festive show alternative to a traditional pantomime. Conceived, written, developed and scored entirely by talented musical director, Jane Haines, this light hearted production bounced along with engaging characters and a consuming plot containing numerous twists that I would struggle to outline with justice in a brief review such as this. '

Extracts from  the  review by Lance Milton of NODA (National Association of Dramatic Arts to which HTC belongs)

To read the full review click here

Linda Jordan was a lovely Old Woman/Goodie Two Shoes and sang beautifully some demanding melodies

The stand out principal performances for me came from Martin Love who gave an all round excellent vocal and acting performance as Will the Knave of Hearts ...

... Heidi Willard as Katerina the King of Spain's Daughter who sang and harmonised delightfully throughout. ...

...and Steve Law who was a hilarious comedic Duke of York/Tim complete with dancing eyebrows in the trio number 'Profile'