The Gladstone Theatre is run by the Gladstone Theatre Trust.

The Gladstone Theatre Trust
Greendale Rd,
Wirral
CH62 4XB

The Gladstone Theatre is situated in the Garden Village founded in 1888 by William Hesketh Lever to house his soap factory workers, Gladstone Hall was first an assembly and recreation hall with a platform stage for entertainment,  half-timbered over a red brick ground floor with tiled roofs and tile-hanging, fine Art Nouveau panels over the door commemorating opening of the room by Priminister W E Gladstone.

The proscenium stage seen today was added in the 1920s. Its wonderful curves and simple gilded plaster ornaments picked out in gold define its individuality. The theatre has been home to many famous shows, artists, both actors and musicians alike, comedians, dancers, and every one adds to the theatres character, it is also used by Local Operatic Societies, Musical Groups, Youth Organisations, and Dancing Schools, but it would of course be nothing without you, the audience.


Our Theatre Trust Members

Mrs. Sheila JonesMrs. Sheila JonesTheatre Trust President

Shiela is dedicated to the Gladstone Theatre and aims to ensure its continuation.

    Janet RoxbyJanet RoxbyChair

    Janet is chair of the Theatre Trust Comittee, she is dedicated to its growth and can often be seen on the stage too !

      Liz SharpLiz SharpTrust Treasurer

      Liz has worked with the Theatre for many years, she is 'hands on' and very keen to promote the success of the theatre

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