Streatham Ice Arena

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Streatham has long been a home of ice and all the fun that comes with it. The rink was first opened here in 1931, where it stood for 80 years before getting a much needed renovation in 2013. Now it is Olympic sized (that's 60x30m) with almost 1,000 seats surrounding it. Both pros and novices of all ages can use the rink, with classes in skating and ice hockey also vailable.

Venue name: Streatham Ice Arena
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Address: 386 Streatham High Rd
London
SW16 6HT
Transport: Streatham rail
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Niomi Harris
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Compared to the ice rink, this place is a palace! Clean, big, modern – everything it should be. Being back here reminds me of being 16 again, when coming here on a Saturday with friends to giggle at boys was a regular occurrence. Now as a twenty something, I get to relive my youth again, although I’m not as agile as I once was! Price here are reasonable I suppose, £7.30 for adults plus £2 for skate hire, although prices vary depending on time of day, member or non-member etc. With its Olympic-sized rink, there’s plenty of room to practice your Bolero- although we were rudely interrupted by school children having skate lessons! The food area sells the usual fare – hotdogs, chips, pizza, sausage rolls, hot & cold drinks etc. Nothing spectacular but good enough to refuel after a heavy session of toe jumps and axels! The place has a good mix of commercial music, so whether you’re a Little Mixer or a member of the Beyhive, they’ll be something for you. Definitely a grand evening with lots of fun all round!

Caroline K

Why does the blurb on this place say it's sadly due to close? That was years ago and a new one has since been built. Lets update it please!

Catherine McLones

This information is in fact incorect because it opened again on November 18th 2013 by olympic champion Beth Tweddle and is open again. Please correct your information