Fest Norwood 2-11 August, 2019 Get your diaries out, Fest Norwood is coming, and we have some incredibly exciting events this year!! There is something for everyone: adults, children and youth in this year’s Fest Norwood, as we bring a whole host of events and workshops to the heart of West Norwood. We have dance, music, comedy, theatre, film, art and so much more. So don’t miss out and head over to www.festnorwood.com for the full listings, which include many […]
The 52nd AGM, held on 20 May 2019, was extremely well attended and led to some lively debate. It was great to hear such enthusiasm and positivity from members. For those who were unable to attend the draft minutes (to be approved at next year’s meeting) can be downloaded from the link below and slides from the AGM (running order and points of discussion) are in the slideshow above. If you have any questions please email the general secretary […]
Tuesday, 14 May – Saturday, 18 May If you have ever wondered what goes into making a show, here is a video we put together over the course of a week, documenting the set build of our current production Father of Lies which opened last night (14 May, 2019). Father of Lies is the first play by local playwright and SLT member Anna Rubincam. It is on this week for a total of 5 performances. Here are some early reviews: “I […]
Tuesday, 14 May – Saturday, 18 May Father of Lies by Anna Rubincam opens next week at the South London Theatre, an unnerving drama that asks what it is to be a good person and how much of one’s past affects the present. Not suitable for under 16s. We regret that latecomers can not be admitted. ‘He was a murderer from the beginning, refusing to uphold the truth for there is no truth in him.’ – John 8:44 Tickets for this […]
Take a look inside our beautiful building which has 6 great spaces for hire for your daytime activities, meetings or seminars. Only 1 minute’s walk from West Norwood overground Train Station and serviced by 9 bus routes many of which link to Brixton, it’s easy to get to too! If you would like further information about hiring any of these available spaces or would like a copy of our Hire Brochure please contact our building manager Bex Law here.
Ever wondered what our members get up to in their spare time? This is just some of what happens behind the scenes to get the theatre ready for productions. If you’d like to become a member and join a thriving theatre group who not only stage great productions but also host a variety of social events, then take a look at our Membership Page on our website and see what you might get out of being a part of our […]
Tuesday, 20 November – Saturday, 24 November Forty Winks by Kevin Elyot opens tomorrow night at the South London Theatre an unnerving drama about missed opportunities, love and obsession. Not suitable for under 16s. We regret that latecomers can not be admitted. ‘a desolate emotional landscape filled with guilt, loss and unrequited passion’ – The Guardian Tickets for this intense piece of drama are selling fast and we advise booking in advance (tickets can be exchanged should you want to […]
This year SLT had a new stand at the Lambeth Country Show. A stand that celebrates the newly restored Victorian Fire Station was conceived and built by Chaz Doyle with the help of Anna Rubincam, Carole Ironside, Mat Hill and Bryon Fear. We found ourselves in the ‘Village Green’ this year, set way back behind the tennis courts in the north-west corner of Brockwell Park where footfall was not as brisk as we have experienced in previous years. However, all […]
Tuesday 5 June – Saturday 9 June Opening on tonight is the intense, clever and claustrophobic No Exit, a translation of Sartre’s 1944 play Huis Clos. It is the story of Garcin, Inez and Estelle who are about to discover why they have been brought inexplicably together in the confines of a small room … ‘a phenomenon of the modern theatre … it should be seen whether you like it or not’ – Stark Young (NY critic,1946) Tickets for this […]
Opening this Tuesday is Miss Julie, August Strindberg’s tale of conflict where sexual passion clashes with social position in a play that was so shocking when it was published it was banned in Britain for 50 years. Read more about the play here or book your tickets here.