The Theatre Royal consists of three parts:
The Main House- a beautiful 19th century theatre, allegedly one of the most haunted in Britain, and popular for pantomime.
The Ustinov Studio- a small-scale producing theatre that focusses on giving new voices an opportunity to create. It has recently partnered with the Graeae’s Write to Play scheme in a commitment to develop the skills and experience of deaf and disabled writers.
The Egg- not only shows productions tailored towards children and young people but is a place for them to learn as well. Workshops and an academy run to give young people the opportunity to learn professional industry skills required to be part of a theatre production.