Fringe company Theatre N16 is facing an uncertain future after being made homeless for the third time in three years.
The theatre originally opened in Stoke Newington in 2015, but was forced to move to Balham laster that year when the management of the pub it was in changed hands.
Its time in Balham was cut short at the end of 2017 when the owners of the pub it was in announced plans to redevelop the space.
In 2018, it found a new premises in Styx in north London, but it has emerged that this venue is now closing and will be knocked down.
Artistic director Jamie Eastlake said he was “undecided as to how the future will pan out in terms of where or what Theatre N16 will become”.
He said the theatre had supported 300 productions in “risk-free deals” and had given thousands of creatives their first breaks, adding that his team feel they “have a huge role to play in the industry”.
“We are risk takers. We have come up against so much and fought it. We remain the little people trying to do good in the toughest of circumstances. Whatever happens next, whatever we become, this journey with all these people has been worth every single damn second,” Eastlake said.
He said more details would be announced in due course as to its future.