Unfortunately road works are scheduled intermittently on Hazelwood Lane over the next few months. This will result in the closure of the road at The White Hart end, and access to the Theatre will be only from the Outwood Lane end of Hazelwood Lane. Closure of the road will start during the coming week. During the road closure, there will be a partial ‘access only’ barrier at the junction with Doghurst Lane, and vehicular access to the Theatre will be through this.
(Note: It will be possible to use Doghurst Lane instead of following the diversion signs, which will go right down to Coulsdon and back.)
Please therefore leave extra time to make your journey to the theatre. Of course, if parking at The Meads, the High Road will be open, and it will be possible to reach the Theatre on foot.
Our next production is…
The Diary of Anne Frank
dramatised By Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett
Directed by Sharon Laws & Rick Thompsett
While Anne’s diary continues to be a source of inspiration and an historical treasure, this play gives us even more. Anne is still the central figure, but we are able to view the other characters and see them come to life as well. The relationships, family differences, and emotional rollercoasters they face let us become a part of history that the diary doesn’t offer. As an audience, we’re treated to a three-dimensional view not just of Anne Frank, but of her world and the people with whom she shared it.