In 1969, the building reverted for a short time to its use as a church hall before returning to its use as a theatre.
In 1987, the usage as a theatre was reduced to allow the church to hold other events.
It has a current capacity of 435 Today (2012) the theatre is used by Protos Theatre & Arts Group, The London Pantomimers,  Acorn Theatre Company,  Saint Monica's Players,  and other amateur drama groups. It is located on Green Lanes.
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