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Jake, Jill and Chris were very pleased to attend a gala at the Charles Cryer
Centre on Friday evening, signifying the formal reopening of the theatre in the
heart of Carshalton.
featured many local artists including young musicians from Sutton Music
Service, Kazoom, The Brook Choir and Wayne Woodward. It was an incredible
evening showcasing local talent, in the borough’s newly opened cultural hub.
The Lib Dem Councillors for Carshalton Central are extremely proud that Carshalton is now the focalpoint for culture and the arts in Sutton borough.
They were delighted to see the theatre was full throughout the evening, with Councillors and other individuals from across the borough coming together to support the newly reopened theatre.
Now that the
Cryer is official back up and running, it is incumbent on us all to support the
new theatre by going to events and shows there!
Jake, Jill and
Chris would like to extend their thanks to CryerArts for running such a marvellous
evening. CryerArts have their full support and wish them the best of luck with
the venture in the coming weeks, months and years.
Jake, Jill and Chris are very pleased to be able to announce that following productive discussions between the Council and CryerArts, the Charles Cryer Theatre aims to open in early November now that the lease has been agreed.
CryerArts are a locally-based collective bringing different cultural activities together. Works can now visibly be seen to be taking place on the exterior of the building as CryerArts complete the necessary works to bring the building up to standard before opening in the next few weeks.
While the process may have taken longer than some had hoped, both the Council and CryerArts have been working tirelessly to provide a major cultural space in the heart of Carshalton.