Welcome to The Questors Theatre in Ealing, London

Here you can watch new and popular plays every week. We deliver a full season of professional-quality productions - and provide a performance venue for touring theatre companies.

Anyone can get involved - become a Questors member and take part in everything from acting and directing to lighting, front of house and stage design.

We also deliver theatre training for all ages - find out about our Academy and Youth Theatre.

There's lots of reasons to discover The Questors:

  • You'll enjoy our theatre. We perform in our own high-quality theatre venue - with our 350-seat Judi Dench Playhouse and 90-seat Studio theatre.
  • You'll enjoy our plays. Every year we stage a season of 15-20 plays, from modern dramas and comedies to classics of British and world theatre.
  • You'll enjoy our high quality. We're a member of the Society of Independent Theatres and one of the biggest drama groups in London.
  • You'll enjoy our friendliness. Our front of house team are all Questors members, and our Grapevine bar features in the Good Beer Guide and was recognised by CAMRA.

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The Questors Present

Not About Heroes

09 Nov - 17 Nov 18 | The Studio

Not About Heroes
Carla Evans


The Questors Present

Not About Heroes

By Stephen MacDonald

The friendship of Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen

Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen were two of the most celebrated poets of World War I. Both fought on the Western Front and first met as patients at a military hospital in Edinburgh in 1917. Through their poetry they spoke out against the patriotism of war – and brought to light the horror of the trenches and the futile loss of life.

 

Owen was in awe of Sassoon – as a poet and someone known for his bravery in battle.

Sassoon became his mentor, and their brief but close friendship stimulated an intense period of creativity for Owen.


Both men had witnessed fellow soldiers die next to them on the battlefield. They believed the war was being unnecessarily prolonged. Fighting was not about heroes and honour, but about pity and suffering.

 

At the time shell shock was little understood and being in a military hospital without a visible wound Owen felt he still had to prove he wasn’t a coward. In August 1918 he returned to the front line.


Save 50% on opening nights - all tickets just £7.


Armistice Day


Join us for a special commemoration event following the 11th November matinee performance of Not About Heroes. Marking the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, enjoy poetry, dance, original compositions and live music performances in rememberance of our brave forefathers.

Tickets: £14 (£12 conc, £7 under-16/student). Final Friday and Saturday: £18 (£15 conc, £9.50 under-16/student). First night only: £7

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