Come and celebrate the voices of Gate’s past, present and future.
As we make a start at our new home in Camden, we invite the thousands of audience members and artists who have supported the Gate over the last 42 years to look back at our history and say farewell to our first home on Pembridge Road in Notting Hill.
Route 27: Voices
Step into our beloved auditorium as it transforms for the last time into an interactive exhibition space, curated by designer Hazel Low. Featuring a recording booth and listening post, share your memories of the Gate and your hopes for our future. New recorded messages from attendees will be added to the exhibition daily.
Opening times: 12pm – 5pm (book a slot using the link below)
All tickets £5
£3 Playtext Sale: Available during exhibition times in our foyer, come pick up your favourite Gate Theatre scripts!
- Audio Described touch tour is available each day at 11:30 (booking in advance is essential, get in touch)
- Exhibition will be captioned
- We will be operating the auditorium as a relaxed setting
- There will be limited seating available
The exhibition will be at our previous home in Notting Hill (11 Pembridge Road, W11 3HQ) which is unfortunately not step free and wheelchair accessible. For more info on how to get there and accessibility, click here.
Note: If you are unable to join us at the exhibition and record your message live, we have some other ways you can share your messages:
“If the walls could hear, what would you want to say to them?”
Please tell us your name and your relationship to the gate (audience/set designer/performer/front of house) or you can send it anonymously.
- Email your voice recording to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Send a WhatsApp voice note to 07764 759 730
- Send us a letter to Gate Theatre, 11 Pembridge Road, W11 3HQ (please note we may have your message read by an actor so we can include it in our audio exhibition)
Parts of the audio exhibition will be available to stream from this website during the event, along with text transcripts of the responses.
Photo of entrance by Helen Murray