This small theatre seating around 80 people stages in-house productions as well as plays by other companies. Entirely staffed by volunteers, the theatre holds open auditions where everyone is welcome to turn up and read for a part. Once a part is offered to someone, they must become a member, which effectively means they are able to join the cast or crew. From time to time they run workshops to help develop students’ theatrical skills. Network Theatre identifies itself as a fringe theatre, and you can expect to see anything from a lighthearted comedy to a play penned by Arthur Miller.