Uk’s Smallest Theatre

Britain’s smallest theatre is set to become Essex’s answer to HOGWARTS.Sorcerer Tony Draper built this amazing stage from scratch in his GARAGE and plans to turn it into a school for magic.The conversion has taken four months and cost just ?500, but Tony has managed to build a small theatre with seating for up to18 people.The office worker, who is a member of Southend Sorcerers’ Society, is set on teaching youngsters the magic of magic once he retires next year.

Britain's smallest theatre is set to become Essex's answer to HOGWARTS.Sorcerer Tony Draper built this amazing stage from scratch in his GARAGE and plans to turn it into a school for magic.The conversion has taken four months and cost just ?500, but Tony has managed to build a small theatre with seating for up to18 people.The office worker, who is a member of Southend Sorcerers' Society, is set on teaching youngsters the magic of magic once he retires next year.

Britain's smallest theatre is set to become Essex's answer to HOGWARTS.Sorcerer Tony Draper built this amazing stage from scratch in his GARAGE and plans to turn it into a school for magic.The conversion has taken four months and cost just ?500, but Tony has managed to build a small theatre with seating for up to18 people.The office worker, who is a member of Southend Sorcerers' Society, is set on teaching youngsters the magic of magic once he retires next year.

Britain's smallest theatre is set to become Essex's answer to HOGWARTS.Sorcerer Tony Draper built this amazing stage from scratch in his GARAGE and plans to turn it into a school for magic.The conversion has taken four months and cost just ?500, but Tony has managed to build a small theatre with seating for up to18 people.The office worker, who is a member of Southend Sorcerers' Society, is set on teaching youngsters the magic of magic once he retires next year.

Britain's smallest theatre is set to become Essex's answer to HOGWARTS.Sorcerer Tony Draper built this amazing stage from scratch in his GARAGE and plans to turn it into a school for magic.The conversion has taken four months and cost just ?500, but Tony has managed to build a small theatre with seating for up to18 people.The office worker, who is a member of Southend Sorcerers' Society, is set on teaching youngsters the magic of magic once he retires next year.