Belmont Theatre Company
Belmont Theatre Company  (originally known as Belmont Players) was formed in 1946 as the drama section of the Belmont Community in Harrow, Middlesex. Initially performing in church halls, the group started performing at the Harrow Arts Centre in the early 1990's, moving from there to The Pump House Theatre, Watford in 2007 when the Arts Centre temporarily closed.  We generally rehearse in the Carpenders park area. Belmont Theatre usually presents three productions a year with a variety of shows ranging between comedies, thrillers, farces, dramas and occasional musicals, the latter including The Likes of Us - the first musical written by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd-Webber - and a large-cast musical, Jack the Ripper. although we are an amateur group, we aim for professional standards in everything we do, both on and off-stage and over the years have won awards from NODA. We always need more adult members of all ages to share the load ( and share the fun), not only to act but also play a key roles behind the scenes (lighting, sound, stage management, set construction, continuity, props etc.), front of house, promoting our shows, gaining new members or to help run the group. Check out our website: www.belmonttheatre.co.uk