This is what we do.
Theatre that not only entertains but has a heart.
— The Inn Theatre

It never ceases to amaze us just how many talented people we have living in the South Hams.

And, for whatever the reason, they appear, audition, get involved and are incredible. We love what we do and believe this enthusiasm rubs off on everyone who comes along and we pride ourselves on being a welcoming and inclusive company.

Everyone has the common aim of producing a professional show, whilst having as much fun as possible. Enjoyment is the most important factor and whilst we work hard, laughter is always heard at rehearsals.

Lifelong friendships and partnerships have been formed over the years as we all work alongside each other no matter what age, background and experience. Everyone is welcome to be part of The Inn.

We’ve discovered some phenomenally gifted people of all ages and we encourage and support youngsters to get involved and fulfil their ambitions; help them develop their skills and enthusiasm, not just for the theatre generally, but Shakespeare in particular. The benefits of being involved in a large and welcoming company are many and it’s a joy to watch as everyone finds new confidence and a deeper understanding of Shakespeare.

Everybody has a wonderful time, working hard, playing hard, making new friends; and we just love being part of all that. It’s what we do.

Do you want to get involved?

Drop us a line at theinntheatrecompany@gmail.com

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We all felt warmly welcomed by the Inn Theatre…and are so excited to be part of this production. I have never done ANYTHING like this before and personally got so much out of it, and I can’t tell you how much it has restored confidence in myself & my abilities…so thank you

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...the Inn Theatre Company have an amazing talent for helping us to get closer to Shakespeare and making it accessible to everyone.
— Dartmouth Chronicle
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I’ve had the great privilege of working with The Inn Theatre Company. They nestle deep into the s/w coast and have perhaps the most splendid of stages- a natural setting to take your breath away. The second breath-taking moment is their truly adept skill and mastery of delivering high quality, hugely entertaining and popular work. They were born to speak the Bard and you were born to listen. I urge you to go and share in their joy and if need be to beg, borrow or steal a ticket - but get one. See you there!
— Michael Corbidge (Senior Voice and Text Associate The Royal Shakespeare Company)