Streatham Hill Theatre celebrates its 93rd birthday today

After a two-day delay from the planned opening night, Streatham Hill Theatre opened its doors on 20th November 1929 with the C B Cochran revue WAKE UP AND DREAM, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, arriving straight from the West End.

Now having been purchased by the Ruach Church this year, the Friends organisation will play a most important part in maintaining the theatre’s facilities and unique position as London’s largest surviving suburban theatre.

Streatham Hill Theatre in its previous existence as a bingo hall, a few years ago.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *