Formerly the Lansdowne Parish Church, this A-listed Gothic Revival Church was originally built by John Honeyman in 1863 and featured stained glass windows by Alf Webster, for whom the theatre is named.
It now hosts a fully equipped 182 seat theatre.
Our programme features a fantastic array of shows to suit all tastes. You’ll find dramas, comedies, musicals, stand-up comedy, live music gigs, conferences and events presented by a wide range of local, national and international companies.
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Websters Theatre reopens as of Thursday 28th September 2017. Bar & Bistro remains closed, but autumn programme will be going ahead exactly as advertised.
After a stone fragment became dislodged from the Lansdowne steeple during heavy winds and rain, we have been forced to temporarily close Websters until public safety is secured.