Coulsdon Community Centre


Why East Coulsdon Residents’ Association is supporting Brick By Brick developments

Posted on March 2nd, by Charles King in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

We have been listened to

East Coulsdon Residents’ Association will be supporting the four linked Brick By Brick (the council’s housebuilding arm) developments in Coulsdon because, unlike previous developments, we believe that these are in the interest of existing residents and businesses of Coulsdon. The Coulsdon residents’ associations and other interested parties have been in discussion with Brick By Brick for over a year and now believe … Read More »



Event review: ‘The Ladykillers’ by Theatre Workshop Coulsdon

Posted on April 15th, by Andy Ellis in Culture. No Comments

A mis-timed sound effect caused chuckles, says Andy Ellis, but a great time was had by audience and cast alike

I had never seen nor read The Ladykillers, a stage adaptation by Grahame Linehan of the Ealing comedy of the same name, and so entered Coulsdon Community Centre with no idea of plot or even of genre. I wasn’t even quite sure how to get … Read More »



Event Review: ‘Radio Days – The Golden Age of Wireless’ by Theatre Workshop Coulsdon

Posted on March 26th, by John Gass in Culture. No Comments

John Gass finds a bit of a curate’s egg, but still has an enjoyable night out

Coulsdon Community Centre, Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 3BE

Time from East Croydon  26 mins by 166 

Saturday 21st March – Sunday 22nd March, Thursday 26th March – Sunday 29th March.
All performances at 8:00 pm.

Tickets £9, concessions £6

Having enjoyed Theatre Workshop Coulsdon’s previous production … Read More »



Event review: ‘The Producers’ by Theatre Workshop Coulsdon

Posted on December 17th, by John Gass in Culture. No Comments

John Gass finds political incorrectness gone mad in Coulsdon

Coulsdon Community Centre, Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon, Surrey CR5 3BE

Time from East Croydon  26 mins by 166 

Thursday 18th December 8:00pm, Friday 19th 8:00pm, Saturday 20th 3:00pm and 8:00pm, Sunday 21st 3:00pm

Tickets £9, concessions £5

Mel Brooks’s film The Producers has become a classic and is a personal favourite, so I have to admit … Read More »