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Peter and the Wolf - a pantomime of old Russia

Streatham Theatre Company in association with The British Home presents

A traditional pantomime with a non-traditional story and date!

Peter and the Wolf: a pantomime of old Russia
by Richard Lloyd
with apologies to Sergei Prokofiev

An inventive and irreverent panto based on Prokovief’s Peter and The Wolf. A madcap dash through the spectrum of Russian folklore… Firebirds, ice queens, shape-shifters, wood devils, mad monks, nesting dolls, Cossacks, Bolsheviks, Prokofiev – it’s got the lot.

Peter and the Wolf - a pantomime of old Russia

Streatham Theatre Company in association with The British Home presents

A traditional pantomime with a non-traditional story and date!

Peter and the Wolf: a pantomime of old Russia
by Richard Lloyd
with apologies to Sergei Prokofiev

An inventive and irreverent panto based on Prokovief’s Peter and The Wolf. A madcap dash through the spectrum of Russian folklore… Firebirds, ice queens, shape-shifters, wood devils, mad monks, nesting dolls, Cossacks, Bolsheviks, Prokofiev – it’s got the lot.

Peter and the Wolf - a pantomime of old Russia

Streatham Theatre Company in association with The British Home presents

A traditional pantomime with a non-traditional story and date!

Peter and the Wolf: a pantomime of old Russia
by Richard Lloyd
with apologies to Sergei Prokofiev

An inventive and irreverent panto based on Prokovief’s Peter and The Wolf. A madcap dash through the spectrum of Russian folklore… Firebirds, ice queens, shape-shifters, wood devils, mad monks, nesting dolls, Cossacks, Bolsheviks, Prokofiev – it’s got the lot.

Peter and the Wolf - a pantomime of old Russia

Streatham Theatre Company in association with The British Home presents

A traditional pantomime with a non-traditional story and date!

Peter and the Wolf: a pantomime of old Russia
by Richard Lloyd
with apologies to Sergei Prokofiev

An inventive and irreverent panto based on Prokovief’s Peter and The Wolf. A madcap dash through the spectrum of Russian folklore… Firebirds, ice queens, shape-shifters, wood devils, mad monks, nesting dolls, Cossacks, Bolsheviks, Prokofiev – it’s got the lot.

Streatham Hill Theatre's Night of glamour

By: Craig White, General Manager, Beacon Bingo

When Cole Porter wrote “What is this thing called love?” he hadn’t set foot in the Streatham Hill Theatre, but on a warm Wednesday night, 20th November 1929,  his popular aria rang out through the newest and most decadent addition to the Streatham skyline, ushering in a new era of high society in South London. 

Think Tank - Streatham Hill's new HQ

ThinkTank, who will be taking on the new 120 seat theatre being built in Streatham Hill intend to make it a forward-thinking, popular venue. ‘We want to make it the local ‘Headquarters,’’ said ThinkTank Director Andy McKeane, ‘the place where artists, audiences, people who’ve popped in for a pint, families and local businesses can all hook up and interact. They will also be starting a youth company. The new venue will offer comedy and gigs, as well as state-of-the-art theatre. They will also serve local beers, host classes, workshops, and family activities and work with pop-up traders.

Winifred Knights at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

Winifred Margaret Knights was born in Streatham in 1899, and attended James Allen’s Girls School. From 1915 she studied at the Slade School of Art where she became a highly successful and favoured student of Henry Tonks. In 1919 she jointly won the Slade Summer Composition Competition with A Scene in a Village Street with Millhands Conversing.

Robert Mitchell Trio live at Turnstyle Records

Robert Mitchell (Piano) - with Tom Mason (Bass) , and Laurie Lowe (Drums)

We're thrilled to welcome Robert and his Trio, in advance of their performance as part of Jazzre:freshed at the Royal Festival Hall.

A pianist and composer influenced deeply by classical and jazz music Robert has also performed extensively in Latin, soul, hip hop, free improvisation, reggae and rhythm & blues contexts.

The Jungle Book

Sixteenfeet Productions return to some of London’s loveliest green spaces with
their unique brand of outdoor theatre. A new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s timeless classic ‘The Jungle Book’ with a contemporary twist.

The Jungle Book

Sixteenfeet Productions return to some of London’s loveliest green spaces with
their unique brand of outdoor theatre. A new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s timeless classic ‘The Jungle Book’ with a contemporary twist.

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