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.
SLT Fire Station just announced Fest Norwood, the first annual West Norwood Arts Festival! Last year, SLT announced that we would be bringing an arts festival to West Norwood this summer and today we can announce that a festival team has been beavering away behind the scenes to create an exciting multi-arts festival to be staged in early August. If you would like to be a part of the festival either as a host Venue, Participant, Supporter or Volunteer please […]
Last Saturday the members rallied again and helped move all of SLT, including props, rostra, stage weights, flats, furniture, wardrobe, the box office and tech equipment back to the Old Fire Station in West Norwood. On Sunday the last two rehearsals took place. Next Fall were in from midday and the cast of Miss Julie were the last to rehearse at Stanley Halls and at 6pm were the final members of SLT to leave the building. Farewell Stanley Halls.
Come and see Cans, a brilliantly written topical and challenging yet funny play and support your local theatre in its last production of our Stanley Halls residency – we would love to see you there.
Want to see our new theatre? In a couple of weeks we will present our first show at our renovated Old Fire Station in West Norwood. Over the weekend, volunteers from the theatre membership braced the icy temperatures to paint the new theatre space black. Here’s a sneak peek at the space and our preparations to get it ready for the coming performances which we hope to see you at soon! Many thanks to all the volunteers; painters, first-aiders […]
Audiences have found Nick Payne’s Constellations challenging and thought provoking. Thursday and Friday night’s performances sold out. There is only one more chance to see this moving play. 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. You can buy tickets for our shows here and you can see the shows that are currently booking […]
We are thrilled to announce the adult cast who will be joining SLT’s Youth Theatre in Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials: “This is a show that we are extremely excited about. Not only is this our first show back at the Old Fire Station, but it is also our annual Youth Theatre show and we are so proud to be opening the new space with such a fantastic play. Casting has been a mammoth task. 60+ youth members and then […]
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. […]