Daily Photo: 10/04/2012 – Classic Greenwich Theatre posters inside Silver Street Studios

April 10, 2012 by  

Silver Street Studios

I was lucky enough to get a look inside number 4 Nevada Street last week where there's a great stash of vintage Greenwich Theatre posters.

Enter the Silver Street Studios, inspired by Nevada Street's former name, and two things quickly strike you: the signs on the walls - amazing posters for old shows featuring (now) household names - and the signs for Wall's - this place was most recently used for selling ice creams to punters heading for the park which is just metres away.

Silver Street Studios

Silver Street Studios
Posters for French Without Fear, A Streetcar Named Desire, Intimate Exchanges and You Should See Us Now (featuring Christopher Cazenove)

Silver Street Studios
Alan Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests (bottom right) featured Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon, Penelope Keith, Felicity Kendal, Mark Kingston and Penelope Wilton.

Silver Street Studios
A 1980 production of Joseph in this quartet.

The building itself - an attractive end of terrace just a stone's throw from Greenwich Park - is being made available for private sale.

Silver Street Studios
Rear of the property - apparently planning consent has been granted for an extension

Silver Street Studios

Anyone interested in the property should enquire at Sabo's Newsagents in Stockwell Street.


3 Responses to “Daily Photo: 10/04/2012 – Classic Greenwich Theatre posters inside Silver Street Studios”

  1. Celia Moreton-Prichard on April 13th, 2012 12:19 am

    Any chance some of those posters could be for sale? I took the photograph on one of them & have always wanted a copy! My husband did the front of house pictures for most of the shows in those days – so all very nostalgic for me . . .

  2. Franklin on April 13th, 2012 10:47 am

    I had the same thought – although you clearly get first choice(s) Celia!

    Sounds like it might be worth asking the Sabos…

  3. Rob Powell on April 13th, 2012 7:44 pm

    Yes, best to ask in Sabo’s although I think it will be a challenge getting them off the wall without damaging them.