The arrival of September might signal a farewell to summer holidays and long, balmy evenings; but the final Sunday evening promises to deliver an evening of entertainment and frivolity to welcome in the autumn in style. "A Sunday at the Oratory" will bring together some of London's finest performers for an evening of music, song, theatre and dance. Featuring famous faces from both stage and screen, the evening promises to pack in more entertainment than you thought possible in 2 hours, raising money to support both the Central London, and Bexley and Dartford Samaritans in delivering round the clock support to those in emotional distress.
There will be a cash bar serving refreshments before, during the interval and after the show.
Who are Samaritans?
Samaritans is the only support service open round the clock, every day of the year. Every year, the Central London branch alone receives over 100, 000 calls. Our volunteers provide a safe space over the phone, face to face, via email and text, for people to talk to us about whatever's troubling them. Our callers are often distressed and experiencing despair and suicidal feelings. Offering a safe and confidential space, we listen, without judgement, to whatever our callers are going through.
*For those arriving via public transport, Fulham Broadway tube station is less than a five minute walk. Turn left out of the station, and then take a left onto Wandsdown Place (the back of Sainsburys supermarket will be on your left hand side). You will then reach the back gates of the school and the theatre will be easily visible.
For audience members who are are driving,there is no parking at all in the school grounds. However on a Sunday you can park on Seagrave Road and the surrounding streets, then enter the school grounds via the main entrance on Seagrave Road and turn right and walk round to the Arts Centre which is at the back of the school.*