I joined the T3 troupe 2008-2010 and have attended a few plays afterwards. The venue is intimate so you get plenty of interaction with the actors. I've seen musicals and dramas there. The sound is very good. The seats are average. Suggest you seek the elevated row seats. Mind the live band for musicals which might impact your experience. The bathrooms are functional - it's an old church that has been massively upgraded to make it serviceable. At intermission, they sell snacks and drinks in the foyer. It's an excellent value with terrific talent. It's part of the West Acton revitalization plan. Acton needs more places like this to give people more things to do locally. Bravo T3.