Welcome to November’s virtual hard hat tour. A lot has happened inside the Old Fire Station since we last visited it. Interior walls have gone up, the lift is in place, the new stairwell has its polycarbonate skin. There will be actual hard hat tours taking place in December. Numbers are extremely limited so keep an eye out on our website for updates and notices.an eye out on our website for updates and notices. We have been plagued with difficulties […]
Celebrated children’s author Edith Nesbit (The Railway Children, Five Children & It) retreats to her attic writing room with her housekeeper and an unexpected, handsome guest, during one of her husband’s tiresome Christmas parties. As midnight swiftly approaches, Edith gives a reading of her work. Not one of her cherished children’s tales, but her terrifying early horror stories. As the stories unfold it becomes clear all is not what it seems… someone in the attic is hiding a deadly secret. […]
Audiences have been unanimous in their praise for this week’s production of God of Carnage. Friday night’s performance is sold out. and there is limited availability for the final performance. Now that audiences can book online, we are seeing more and more shows sell out and less availability for tickets on the door, so please try and book in advance when you can to avoid disappointment. Check out our upcoming shows here which are now booking.
Want a reason to see this week’s production of Blue Stockings? Here are several ….. Thursday and Friday night’s performances had already sold out by opening night and there is limited availability for Wednesday and Saturday performances. Please book in advance when you can to avoid disappointment. Check out our upcoming shows here which are now booking.
This week we are thrilled to reveal further changes at our theatre, the Old Fire Station in west Norwood. We present today a virtual hard hat tour of all the floors of the building. As you can see, great progress has been made by Ash Contracting Ltd, though there is still a lot to do. The First and Second floors are the floors that are currently NOT funded for completion and we will only be able to open up the […]
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice our last production completely sold out before opening night. Here’s a glimpse of the show if you missed it and what our audiences thought of the production. Now that audiences can book online, we are seeing more and more shows sell out and less availability for tickets on the door, so please try and book in advance when you can to avoid disappointment. Check out our upcoming shows here which are now booking.
The South London Theatre are thrilled to reveal their new logo. Our little man in the spotlight has been retired for something that fits the contemporary outlook of the club and its new life in the restored Old Fire Station which we will return to in 2018. Some of you will recognise the new logo which was selected by the General Council which we had already been using on our social media sites. It’s fresh and contemporary and GC felt […]
Love’s Labour’s Lost opened last night to an appreciative audience who left the above reviews. The play is on at Stanley Halls 8pm nightly until July 1, with an additional 2pm matinee on the Saturday.
On Monday afternoon, our Publicity Director, Bryon Fear and General Stage Manager, Chaz Doyle caught up with our builders Ash Contracting Ltd. at the Old Fire Station in West Norwood to get an update on the building works. Like these visits in the past, it was evident that a lot of exciting progress has been made at the site but there have also been some discoveries that have slowed down the works a little which now unfortunately means a later finish date. Since our […]
On Thursday evening at the Rosendale Pub in West Dulwich, SLT held its 50th AGM followed by the 43rd AGM of the Members Club. The evening was extremely well attended and there was an anniversary cake to celebrate the club’s 50th year. Members generously donated to a raffle draw organised by Jeanette Hoile and members also gave a donation per slice of cake. At the end of the evening there was still half a cake to be had and so […]