Director Bob Callender gives us an intriguing preview of his show, which plays in the Upper Hall Tuesday, February 28 – Saturday, March 4. No, I didn’t understand the first bit either, but I’m still going along to see it… It’s rare that the SLT stages any science fiction, and it’s not hard to see why. Chaz must have spent literally days building brand new anti-matter capacitors for our plasma blasters. But for us the biggest challenge was the scene […]
The SLT Christmas show needs YOU. To submit. Something good. Theatre Committee are now welcoming submissions for a Christmas show, to be performed at Stanley Halls. Although we hope that the Old Fire Station building works will be completed by this time, the building will not be ready to stage productions. So, following the success of previous seasonal exploits at the Halls we intend to stage another Christmas extravaganza there. We are welcoming submissions for pantomimes, musicals, […]
Theatre Committee are thrilled that the final line up for the 2017 season, with the exception of the Christmas show, can now be announced. A complete list of the plays can be found on our 2017 Season Page here or a short-form list can be read here. If you are interested in directing this year’s Christmas Show, please read our article about applications here.
Mark Ireson announces his cast for Foxfinder by Dawn King, which we are thrilled to announce includes two new members to SLT: Samuel – Steve Anstee Judith – Lucie Sherwood William – Benedict Andrew Sarah – Emma Miles Director of The Institute – Jeanette Hoile The show runs from April 18-22, 2017. Rehearsals begin on February 26.
As we go into what we hope is the last 10 months of the restoration and build of the Old Fire Station in West Norwood, we can reveal the final amount we need to raise to complete the works. SLT has so far managed to raise over 2 million pounds with the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund but to fully restore the exterior and all five interior floors we have a deficit of £110,000. As we reported on August 5, 2016 when we lost […]
According to a piece found in the 1974 January Bar & Social News section of that month’s newsletter, SLT had its 7th birthday on January 26th. That means SLT turns 50 … today. 1967 was the year of our first production The Alchemist by Ben Jonson. Performances ran from October 30 – November 4. For SLT, 1967 is an historic year and we will be celebrating our 50 years over the next 12 months with several socials, 50th anniversary merchandise and the […]
Lisa Thomas announces her cast for Dancing at Lughnasa: “I’m delighted to announce the cast for our late March show, Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel. Some very strong people auditioned and I was able to cast a couple of genuine Irish actors (though none from Donegal, where the play is set) and several others who have ‘proved their Irish’ in a range of other plays. This lyrical tale of five Donegal sisters and the events of the summer of 1936 […]
You can now send a donation to the SLT Restoration project anytime, anywhere by texting from your phone! You can donate £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 by texting the amount after SLTC67 to the number 70070. So for example, if you want to send £10 you would type: SLTC67 £10 and send the text to the number 70070. Try it, I just did! Please pass on this information to anyone who may want to contribute to the theatre’s restoration. Happy […]
Are you an SLT member and also a photographer? Would you like the opportunity to shoot rehearsals and dress rehearsals for publicity purposes and for our SLT historic archives? Our publicity director Bryon is compiling a list of photographers that will be available for directors to contact to check their availability to shoot their production’s dress rehearsal (and sometimes rehearsals leading up to it). If you are interested in being on this list please contact Bryon via the link below. Photograph from […]
Dust off your thinking trousers as Guy Jones masterminds the first SLT Quiz of 2017 in aid of the twin causes of the building restoration fund and social larks. £2 entry per person, teams of 6. Be there or be….somewhere less clever. Follow this link for more information about the event.