Found on Godstone Road, opposite St John’s Church, The Miller Centre was opened in October 1977.
The centre was named after Dorothy Miller, who founded the Caterham Players in 1945.
Originally a church and then a school, the premises were converted to a day centre and theatre by The Miller Centre Trust (formerly The Park Hill Trust), which is a registered charity.
The theatre, which has 186 seats, was substantially refurbishment in 2018, and hosts plays and productions throughout the year.
It is home to The Miller Centre Theatre Company and The Miller Centre Young Players.
It is also used as a cinema once a month to show modern blockbusters and classic films as part of their Film Club.
Other facilities include meeting rooms, a studio, a well-equipped workshop and a wardrobe department.
Did you know, the wardrobe department has a stock of over 2,000 items with a full range of costumes for men, women and children?
These costumes can be hired out for other productions but also for fancy dress occasions, children’s parties and other events calling for a special costume.
During the day, The Miller Centre Club is a friendly meeting place for members who have volunteered to help with the Centre and others to enjoy a wide range of interests and activities.
The club is open Monday to Thursday, 10am to 4pm, Friday, 10am to 1pm and Saturday, 10am to 12noon. Theatre show times vary but often include matinee and evening performances.
The theatre and all its clubs are currently closed. See the Caterham Valley Coronavirus Hub for more information
The Miller Centre, 30 Godstone Road, Caterham, Surrey CR3 6RA