About Beck Theatre
Beck Theatre was built in 1977 at a cost of 2.5 million pounds, Hillington borough council and the bequest of Councillor Alfred baker. Beck Theatre was specially built as a community-centered theatre and is located in a park next to the Norman Leddy Memorial Gardens. Baker house was one of 40 buildings awarded the royal institute of British architects London regional award in 1978. In 2004, the building won the Hillingdon Council's Access award for its resources for the disabled and elderly. The 600-seat baker theatre in Hayes, Shillington, London. Baker is a community theater offering one night concerts, plays, comedies, dances, musicals, children's programs, movies, operas, pantomime, and summer programs for children.