The story of The Smallest Theatre in the World began in 1970 when Ken Campbell, an English actor, director and comedian, put together his infamous ‘Roadshow’ and brought Marcel Steiner into the cast. The Roadshow toured for three years and went down particularly well in Germany.
Marcel Frederick Steiner, the creator of The Smallest Theatre in the World, was born and humbly raised in Surbiton, England, on May 11th, 1932, to Flemish-Bohemian ancestry. His first ventures into theatre began at the tender age of three with Backgarden Productions, and then at age 7 he played the part of 'The Nightmare' at the cubs.
A brief history of the Grand Theatre of Lemmings