The LOST Theatre (which stands for London Oratory School Theatre) is primarily dedicated to nurturing new talent, specifically that of artists who are under the age of 27. The theatre has specific groups for under 21s, under 16s and budding writers, and regular classes and festivals are designed to encourage up and coming writers and directors. Founded in 1979, its original home in West Brompton saw Ralph Fiennes in his very first performance in Romeo and Juliet. Today it is situated on Wandsworth Road, with a 180-seat theatre. The premises also house an art gallery and rehearsal space for musicians. The shows are wide-ranging, from magician performances to dance, satirical plays to classical music concerts, and if you think you’re nimble on your feet the theatre hosts ballet and street dance classes too.