Culture

THEATRE

The New Wimbledon Theatre dates back to 1910 and is a wonderful Edwardian theatre, the eighth largest in London, seating 1,700 and hosting large musical productions as well as the famous winter pantomimes. There is also a small studio space - the New Wimbledon Studio seating 80 and hosting small comedy and drama productions often prior to West End or Edinburgh Festival runs.

New Wimbledon Theatre
The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19 1QG.
Telephone no. 020 8540 0362
www.wimbledontheatre.com

Polka Theatre for Children
The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19
Telephone no. 020 8543 4888


Colour House Theatre
Watermill Way  London, Greater London SW19 2RD
Telephone no.  020 8542 5511


CINEMA

The Odeon Cinema
The Piazza, The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19
Telephone no. 0871 22 44 007
www.odeon.co.uk

HMV Curzon
23 The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19 1RE
www.hmvcurzon.com
Host to the Wimbledon Film Club
www.wimbledonfilmclub.com

MUSIC

Wimbledon Music Festival
This will be the fourth annual event with a line up of world class musicians, held at various venues around Wimbledon in November. The theme of this year's Classical Music event is internationalist, billed as 'A Music World Fair'.
www.wimbledonmusicfestival.co.uk

Wimbledon Music Diary
This is a wonderful website run by a Wimbledon resident cataloguing the many musical and cultural events that are held.  There are regular concerts held in the many churches in Wimbledon often with leading musicians and choirs.
www.wimbledonmusicdiary.com 

ATTRACTIONS

The Buddhapadipa Temple
Calone Road, Wimbledon SW19
Telephone no. 020 8946 1357

Deen City Farm
39 Windsor Avenue, Merton Abbey SW19 2RR
Telephone no. 020 8543 5300

Wimbledon Windmill Museum
Windmill Rd, Wimbledon  London, Greater London SW19 5NR
Telephone no.  020 8947 2825

The Museum of Wimbledon
A museum in the Village Hall dedicated to the rich heritage of Wimbledon and run by volunteers.  Open weekend afternoons between 2.30 and 5.00 pm
22 Ridgway, Wimbledon, London SW19 4QN
Telephone no.  020 8296 9914