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Happy 92nd Birthday – Memories of Streatham Hill Theatre

Today, 20th November 2021, is the 92nd birthday of Streatham Hill Theatre. The theatre opened in 1929, a few days late due to unfinished work – it had been due to open on the 18th – with the… Read More

Streatham Hill Theatre added to the national Heritage At Risk Register

Streatham Hill Theatre has been added to the national Heritage At Risk Register of most valued historic places and those most at risk of being lost. Photo: From left to right: From The Friends of Streatham Hill Theatre:… Read More

Successful Streatham Festival 2021

The Friends staged two activities for the Streatham Festival this year. Our online Imaginarium will continue to be available for anyone to take a look at the theatre and comment on its potential future. Our free Treasure Hunt… Read More

We’re part of Streatham Festival 8-17 October 2021

We’re pleased to announce that we will be taking part in this year’s Streatham Festival. Find out more here.

Supporting our Imaginarium at Streatham Festival 2021

The Friends of Streatham Hill Theatre are really excited to launch a sponsorship opportunity for their ‘Imaginarium‘ project. Taking place during the Streatham Festival, curated by leading venue design practice studio three sixty°, this project will allow the local… Read More

Letters to The Stage 27th May 2021: Let’s wake our ‘sleeping beauty’

Picking up on two articles in last week’s (May 20) issue (Editor’s View: ‘We should cherish the West End’s long-runners’, p6; David Benedict: ‘In the West End, size may be everything’, p7), can I throw another requirement in… Read More

The Friends AGM to be held online on 16th June 2021

NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of The Friends of Streatham Hill Theatre will be held online at 8pm on Wednesday 16th June 2021.  This meeting will be held online. Please register at to… Read More

Auditorium from North side

Report says regenerating Streatham Hill Theatre can kickstart local high street revival

An independent study published today says that restoring the dormant historic building as a centre for arts and culture “could play a major role in leading the post-Covid high-street recovery, developing the 15-minute neighbourhood, increasing localised co-working opportunities… Read More

Theatre to be relocated from Streatham Hill to Thornton?

The Boundary Commission has proposed changes to local ward boundaries, meaning that Streatham Hill Theatre would now be in Thornton! We are objecting to this change, as described below. Have your say on the Boundary Commission web site… Read More

We are now on the Arts Map

The Friends of Streatham Hill Theatre has been included on the Arts Map, published by The Public Campaign for the Arts: “Tens of thousands of people have joined the Public Campaign for the Arts, from every one of… Read More