If you fancy an amazing 'free' evening of entertainment over the Easter weekend, there are three performances of the Passion Play in Hornchurch, alongside the Queens Theatre. The passion Play has been enacted for the past twenty years, about every five years, and is a very professional performance, poignant and free. If you can make it, it is a very moving piece of theatre, of the last few days of Jesus, and his resurrection. The play starts about 7.30 on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday. There is ample parking in the Queens Theatre, and Sainsbury car parks, both are very close to the performances.
A listing of historical public houses, in London, in 1944 Post Office Directory. This excludes the 1944 Beer Retailers at present.
1944 Pub index
SW17,Angel, Hy Jn Shere, 29 Tooting High Street SW17
SW17,Castle, Alfred Coleman, 38 Tooting high Street SW17
SW17,Hope Tavern, Napoleon Bolt, 1 Bellevue Road SW17
SW17,Kings Head, Daniel McCarroll & Son, 84 Upper Tooting Road SW17
SW17,Leather Bottle, Jas McCauliffe, 538 Garratt Lane SW17
SW17,Mitre, Patrick & McGregor Ltd, 130 Mitcham Road SW17
SW17,Plough Inn, Hy Gentry, Wimbledon Road SW17
SW17,Prince of Wales, Jack E Large, 646 Garratt Lane SW17
SW17,Rose & Crown, Wm Edward Shilton, 140 Tooting Bec Road SW17
SW17,Selkirk Arms, Fredk A Cursons, 60 Selkirk Road SW17
SW17,Surrey Tavern, Jn Stewart Eagles & Edgar Chas Langford, 226 Trinity Road SW17
SW17,Tooting Tavern, Wm Jn Starke, 196 Tooting High Street SW17