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15 Apr 2017

Preview: Foxfinder

First performed in 2011 when it won the Papatango New Writing Award, Foxfinder is a fascinating study of fear and paranoia in a dystopian future where the British countryside is teetering on the edge of famine and chaos. All live in fear of foxes – or the ‘red beast’ which have been propelled from simple vermin into creatures imbued with terrifying power to become a true symbol of evil. Such is the horror the beasts inspire that a department has […]

10 Apr 2017

Casting Announcement: Love’s Labour’s Lost

The Blitz. London, 1942. Whilst blackout regulations were enforced and air raid sirens wailed, for some the show continued. Theatres were requisitioned as shelters and performances continued. Luxurious hotels transformed their basement levels into ‘air raid shelters’ complete with cabaret tables, acts and bars. At some venues performances continued only to be halted by a direct hit. This evening the sirens have gone off again, those frequenting the Stanley Halls have been ushered downstairs to the ‘shelter’. The drinks are flowing […]

05 Apr 2017

Casting Announcement: Forget-Me-Not Lane

Colleen Batson is thrilled to announce her cast for Peter Nichols’s Forget-Me-Not Lane our June production which follows the story of Frank as he reflects on his childhood during War World II : Frank – Chris Bennett Young Frank – Ben Rathe Ursula – Su McLaughlin Young Ursula – Lynsey Pennycooke Charles – John Lyne Amy – Carole Coyne Ivor – Ieuan Harrild Miss 1940 – Lynsey Pennycooke Mister Magic – Tom Melly The show runs from June 13-17, 2017. […]

03 Apr 2017

The Crocodile

8pm May 23-27, 2017 Ivan is a struggling actor who hasn’t received the recognition he feels he deserves, but all that is about to change when, one afternoon at the zoo with his friend Zack, he is swallowed whole by a crocodile.   Director: Bryon Fear Cast: Ivan – George Nettleton Zack – Paul Dineen Anya – Jade Fane Mr Popov – Guy Jones The Garmon – Owen Chidlaw Running time: 90 minutes with no interval.

31 Mar 2017

SLT April Social – The Garden Regeneration

The Garden is about to regenerate and would like to invite their friends from SLT to join them to celebrate the launch of their new identity, new website and new look garden. From 5 until 7.30pm on Thursday April 13, they will be welcoming their friends to share in their celebration with an aperitif and nibbles. Celebrate with Isa and Riccardo and catch up with your SLT friends at one of West Norwood’s most welcoming venues.

29 Mar 2017

Announcing the South London Theatre Centre Ltd. A.G.M.

Notice is hereby given that the 50th Annual General Meeting of the South London Theatre Centre Ltd will be held at 8pm on Thursday June 1, 2017 followed by the 43rd SLTC Member’s Club AGM at The Rosendale, West Room (upstairs), 65 Rosendale Road, West Dulwich, London SE21 8EZ for the following purposes: 1. To receive the report of the Theatre representatives for the current season. 2. To receive the report of the Directors and accept the accounts for the year ended […]

28 Mar 2017

The World’s Wife

8pm May 9-13, 2017 Behind every man there’s a great woman… Forget history. These are her stories. From King Midas to the Krays, via Darwin and the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy’s The World’s Wife throws new light on a host of seemingly familiar characters.   Director: Jess Osorio Cast: Eileen Coan Margaret Glenn Káit Feeney Siobhan Campbell Stephanie Gaydon Roxana Graves Victoria Maytom Frances Gillard Running time: 90 minutes with an interval of 15 minutes. Some references […]

23 Mar 2017

Dancing at Lughnasa – First Night Reviews

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.

17 Mar 2017

Casting Announcement: The World’s Wife

Jess Osorio will be directing an inventive production of The World’s Wife which is a collection of poems by Carol Ann Duffy which take characters, stories, histories and myths which focus on men, and presents them anew for the public to look at the women that were previously obscured behind the men. She is thrilled to announce her cast that will be bringing these iconic women to life: Eileen Coan Margaret Glenn Káit Feeney Siobhan Campbell Stephanie Gaydon Roxana Graves Victoria […]

17 Mar 2017

Foxfinder

8pm April 18-22, 2017 A gripping and unsettling parable, Foxfinder is a dark exploration of belief, desire and responsibility, set in a world both strange and familiar.   Director: Mark Ireson Cast: Samuel – Steve Anstee Judith – Lucie Sherwood William – Benedict Andrew Sarah – Emma Miles Director of The Institute – Jeanette Hoile Running time: 105 minutes with no interval. The play includes some scenes of an adult nature which may not be suitable for under 18s.