In our production of Tom Basden’s The Crocodile which we staged last week at Stanley Halls, there was a silent movie section which we filmed in Crystal Palace Park. Some of our audience requested that we post the film online … so here it is – for those of you that couldn’t make the production, here’s a little glimpse of what you missed.
The Crocodile opened on Tuesday night to a packed house who were kind enough to leave these lovely comments about the show. Our production of Tom Basden’s hilarious comedy is on until this Saturday. Tickets are available here.
The World’s Wife opened on Tuesday night to a small but appreciative audience who left some great feedback. Our production of the Carol Ann Duffy anthology is on until this Saturday tickets are available here.
Foxfinder by Dawn King opened last night to a full house and here are some of our first night audience’s reaction to the play which is on until Saturday, April 22 at Stanley Halls.
Our play this week is the Brian Friel classic, Dancing at Lughnasa. Friday and Saturday nights have sold out and there are limited tickets for this evening so please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Here is what some of our audiences have though so far. Dancing at Lughnasa is on until Saturday, March 25 at Stanley Halls.
The restoration of South London Theatre’s Old Fire Station in West Norwood continues to forge ahead with many changes happening to the building and its structure since December last year. In our last fundraising update we revealed that we still had to raise £110k in order to fully restore the building including all floors. We continue to fundraise so that the building can be fully accessible to the wider community when we reopen our doors in the new year. Read about this month’s generous anonymous […]
The South London Theatre’s restoration of the Old Fire Station in West Norwood made the news this week when a crew from London Live came down to interview architect Paul Sharrock from Thomas Ford & Partners, Stuart Holbey from Heritage Lottery and our very own Tom Mathias & Jenny Mclaughlin who all talked about the project, which is being carried out by Ash Contracting Ltd, and what it means for SLT and the local West Norwood community.
The restoration of the Old Fire Station in West Norwood is progressing with continued momentum with many noticeable changes to the building’s structure taking place in the past month, with many more structural changes set to take place in the coming weeks. As you can see in the video, a lot of recognisable features of the building’s interior are now gone, as the spaces on the ground and lower floors have now been stripped right back. Keep up to date with the progress […]
Hurry on down to Stanley Halls to catch one of the last 5 performances of Jack. Inside Croydon have this to say about our modern-day sequel to Jack and the Beanstalk: “An interesting twist to the tale … which makes a change from the tired old storyline.” “Had me dancing in the aisles!” “Worth taking the kids to, and a fraction of the price of West End tickets. Now that we’ve lost the Fairfield Halls until hell freezes over, give your […]
Audiences are saying that SLT’s production of Bluebird is “engrossing” and “very moving”. Only three more performances left to catch this touching play.