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The latest on the campaign to save Streatham Hill Theatre.
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Streatham Hill Theatre added to the national Heritage At Risk Register

Our Patrons Simon Callow CBE and Baroness Floella Benjamin, DBE DL outside the theatre in support of the Heritage at Risk listing. © Historic England Archive, Chris Redgrave.

On 4th November, Historic England published its Heritage At Risk Register 2021, with the Streatham Hill Theatre being added to it. The Heritage At Risk Register sets out the historic sites in England most at risk of being lost forever as a result of neglect, decay or inappropriate development.

The 2021 Register describes the Grade II listed Streatham Hill Theatre as “an unusually lavish example of a theatre built outside of the West End and was designed by William George Robert Sprague, one of the leading theatre architects of his generation. It is a rare survival as only a few of his buildings still exist today”.

Read much more on our blog including support from the Mayor of London, Lambeth and our Patrons.

Online Campaign Meeting

Weds 1st December at 8pm to 9.30pm

Please register in the usual way. Joining details can change so don't rely on past information. Please don't pass on Zoom details to anyone - ask them to register themselves.

As usual, we have an update on latest activities, and talk about next steps for our campaign. 

Our next regular campaign meeting will be in 8 weeks on 26th January as we're having a break over the holidays, then every four weeks thereafter until further notice.

Meanwhile keep up to date by following us on social media!
 

Everyone is welcome.

Click the button below to register at Eventbrite. Eventbrite will email you reminders and joining instructions.

To access the Zoom meeting joining link, for security reasons you will need to be logged in to Eventbrite (using the account you used to register). However, you do not need to have a Zoom account to join. More about how our online meetings work can be found on our website.

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Happy 92nd Birthday!

20th November 2021 was 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 Cochrane Review “Wake up and Dream!

In recognition of its over 90 years at the heart of Streatham Hill, we are collecting memories from those who worked or visited the theatre over that period.

And, to commemorate this birthday we are releasing brand new video interviews with:

See more on our blog.
Photos: Stephanie Black

Volunteering

We are pleased to have had a few offers of help from local volunteers and we will be introducing new active members of the campaign steering group, memories project, and comms team - thank you!
But there's always more to do!

If you are able to help, we need volunteers to help look after our social media, co-ordinate and run our events, engage with stakeholders, and generally run the campaign.
Please take a look at our volunteer page for more info.


Please come along to a campaign meeting or drop us an email! THANKS.

#SaveStreathamHillTheatre

We continue to raise awareness about this beautiful Grade II listed building, seeking support and potential users/operators.
Please keep spreading the word to your friends, family, colleagues.
 
It would soon be pantomime time at the Streatham Hill Theatre - let's hope one day it will be again. Have a good break and see you in the new year!

Thank You

Thanks to you, our wonderful supporters, the campaign to return this building to public use continues. 

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