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Southfields Theatre Group are proud to announce their next play, Wuthering Heights, written and directed by our very own Annalisa Robinson.

We are looking for an enthusiastic cast to help bring the production to life! Whether you have a passion for theatre or just want to try something new, come along to our workshop on the 2nd June to be a part of this fantastic new play.

Wuthering Heights will be performed at the St. Barnabas Church, Southfields, SW18 from the 21st – 24th September and our audition workshop is at the Aspire Centre, Southfields Acamedy on the 2nd June at 7PM.

To register your interest or find out more, visit our Contact Us page, or pop us an email at contact@southfieldstheatregroup.org.uk




Can you hear me out there? Am I projecting to the back of the hall?

Excellent! Then, if you love amateur theatre, listen up!

Southfields Theatre Group has been performing highly entertaining plays, pantos and occasional revues since 2008 and is now itching to attract more dedicated thespians, backstage geniuses and theatrical leaders to help shape its exciting future. Our ambition is to take the Group to new levels of performance while continuing to fulfill the rewarding community role that we have established.

  • If you love theatre – acting, singing, playing, dancing, comedy – and are looking for a new place to get your stage kicks, or are interested in trying something new, why not get in touch?
  • There are plenty of ways to get involved, including: stage lighting, costume, sound, set design, stage management, digital marketing and creativity, and even selling programmes!
  • We are also always looking for new directors, producers, writers, visionaries who have a passion for the arts and are seeking new outlets for their leadership and talents. We would love to hear from you!

Have a look at our Past Productions on this site and if you’d like to know more about our future, please contact Nicole English, STG Chair through our Contact Us page.

Past Productions

Noel Coward's 'The Vortex'
Robin Hood
A Tomb with a View

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