The Friends would love to hear any personal memories you have relating to the theatre, which we can publish here on this website. We are also interested in images and photos, videos, posters, programmes etc. relating to Streatham… Read More
The Astoria, a rival to Streatham Hill Theatre opened on Monday June 30th 1930 at 7.30 p.m. with the film Paris. It is currently a multi-screen Odeon. Geoff Gill (Former Chief Technician) gives an overview of its history on the… Read More
Peter Gauci became the general manager of Streatham Hill Theatre in 1973, managing the Mecca Social/Bingo club. It was the flagship club of the company and was every manager’s dream to run it. He documented his memories on… Read More
As a six-year-old, Simon Callow first attended a pantomime at Streatham Hill Theatre. In this article from the Guardian newspaper in 2005 he talks about his experiences with pantomime since… https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2005/nov/30/theatre.pantoseason
Colin Draper started work aged 16 at Streatham Hill Theatre. He recorded his career for the British Library Theatre Archive Project in 2004. There’s a transcript here.