To celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary (of his death), Streatham Theatre Company will be presenting a tour of the historic Streatham Hill Theatre with snippets of scenes from his famous plays that have been performed there, including Merchant of… Read More
Supernatural author Dennis Wheatley wrote many books based on the occult. For a time Wheatley lived in Streatham and his last house here burned down in mysterious circumstances! His most famous book is The Devil Rides Out, published in… Read More
Streatham’s very own theatre company, STC, presents Breaking the Code at Streatham Hill Theatre, for this year’s Streatham Festival. It tells the story of Alan Turing, who was the eccentric genius who helped break the complex German Enigma… Read More
At Hallowe’en (All Hallows Eve and All Hallows Day) ghouls and ghosts – and old actors – come out of the fabric of this historic theatre. This is a rare chance for a night time tour of our local former theatre,… Read More
Streatham Theatre Company’s blog has been collecting memories of Streatham, including a number involving Streatham Hill Theatre. The blog was started as part of the Playing with Sugar project: “We involved local people in devising and performing a new… Read More
For the Streatham Festival 2013 Beacon Bingo have kindly invited the festival to use the former mezzanine lounge of the former Streatham Hill Theatre. Amongst the events on offer is Streatham Theatre Company’s production Then and Now, reflecting… Read More
At a Grand Concert in aid of the Sir Philip Game Boys’ Club, Roy Hudd made his professional debut, alongside a host of our famous names, and compered by Bruce Forsyth.