Streatham Theatre Company Presents:
Comedy and Open Mic Night
In memory of the life of founder member Hild Liptrott.
Hild was a founding member of STC and had a great talent for making us laugh! So to celebrate her life we are having a special stand-up night at the Railway. Proceeds will go to the Stroke Association.
More info and tickets www.streathamtheatre.org.uk/events
A great FREE event for all Streathamites, Kite fans and those who want a fun day out from further afield. It has everything…music, food…and kites!
Volunteers will be needed so if you want to join in – please let us know. We can only make it happen with the community being a part of it. its good fun and you get to be part of a really important Streatham Event.
It’s that time of year where professional Kite fliers from all over the country congregate in the heart of Streatham.
Following the success of previous editions and the support of the many of you last year, (re)discover Streatham returns this summer to give everyone the opportunity to sample all the community groups, projects and not-for-profit organisations in Streatham in one day and under one roof at a new, fun and interactive fair at Streatham Tate Library’s Mark Bennett Centre, Saturday 8th of June from 1pm.
If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense!” It’s almost Easter-time, the March Hares and the White Rabbits abound the commons in the wonderland of Streatham, so it must be time for a pantomime! Young Alice finds herself propelled down a rabbit hole into a weird wonderland populated by strange and exotic characters. She is joined in her adventures by Jack who has always had a ‘thing’ for Alice, and her mother Mabel who just has a ‘thing’… Will there be a happy ending? Combining Lewis Carroll and the traditional pantomime this is great fun for all the family!
The community garden on Gleneldon Road & Wellfield Road in Streatham are
£10 for a team of 4, but come along in 1s and 2s and we’ll find you a team.
There’ll also be a raffle.... oooh, prizes!
And probably beer... mmm, beer!
The Streatham Action Transport Group is meeting again at the Horse and Groom (upstairs meeting room) to discuss matters related to roads and public transport related matters.
Speeding on Valley Road is commonplace, as is road rage, pollution caused by idling engines and increasingly heavy traffic. The speed limit is already 20 mph but it is not enforced and speed bumps have done little to remedy the issue. The congestion appears to have been made worse by making side roads one way. But I wonder, is there an alternative?
Local councillors do not feel they have had the mandate from local residents to make changes.