SLT volunteers packing up
Our South London Theatre (SLT) has just moved out of the Old Fire Station on Norwood High Street , next to St Luke’s church. The SLT has relocated, temporarily, to the Stanley Halls 12 South Norwood Hill SE25 6AB ( close to Norwood Junction station) whilst the Old Fire Station building is modernised.
Gogol’s “The Government Inspector” on Tues 3rd to Saturday 7th November is the first SLT show in the temporary venue at Stanley Halls. And Oliver! is on in December.
To book go to: http://www.stanleyhalls.org.uk/theatre/tickets/ Its only 10 minutes from West Norwood station to Norwood Junction by train.
For more details see: http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk/newSLT/
South London Theatre
Congratulations to Bob Callender and his team for winning £1.6million from the the Heritage Lottery Fund for the SLT, West Norwood’s own thriving repertory community theatre, based in the Old Fire Station at 2a Norwood High Street SE27 9NS. The much needed money will restore the building which is one of the few surviving original horse drawn carriage fire stations. The South London Theatre puts on 22 shows a year and will have to move to temporary venues fom April 2015 until works complete in 2016.
For more on the history of the building see: http://www.hlf.org.uk/news/Pages/WestNorwoodOldFireStation.aspx#.U-qx-_ldXIU
Follow the SLT on twitter @SLTheatre or see: http://www.southlondontheatre.co.uk