The 300 seat Crescent Theatre building was designed by Winteringham and built on Cumberland Street in Birmingham in 1964. Featuring a revolving auditorium/stage, the design was quite revolutionary for its time.
In 1972, Winteringham received a Royal Institute of British Architects Award for his design of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, one of the largest theatres of its type in Britain. Opened in 1971, by Princess Margaret, the 901 seat theatre forms the centerpiece of Centenary Square in central Birmingham.
Rosehill House, forming part of the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, has been documented in Emyr Thomas's book Coalbrookdale and the Darbys. By 1979, when Winteringham first produced a detailed restoration report, the house had become uninhabitable. A year later, a full restoration programme commenced and the building was officially opened to the public in 1985 by Sir Adrian Cadbury.
- Crescent Theatre History Archived 14 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
- Shaping the 1970s: 1970s Architecture in Birmingham Archived 30 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
- Ironbridge Quarterly, Summer 2005 Archived 25 September 2006 at the Wayback Machine.