Brockley Jack Studio Theatre is a versatile and well equipped venue
adjoining the Brockley Jack Public House. There has been a theatre at
the Brockley Jack for over eightenen years.
The studio provides an intimate performance space, with newly
refurbished lighting and sound equipment. It has cinema-style raked seating
that can accommodate up to 50 people.
This layout is flexible and the space can also be transformed to
seat the audience on three sides.
The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
410 Brockley Road
London SE4 2DH
Admin No: 020 8291 6354
Web site: www.brockleyjack.co.uk
theatre can be hired for the performance of plays.
It is available on a weekly basis, with priority given to three-four week runs, although one-off performances are
The rehearsal room (12m x 7m) is also available on a daily or weekly
For further information about hiring the studio, including our 2012-2013 availability and rates, or if you wish
to visit the space, please contact Karl on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brockley Jack Theatre is led by Kate Bannister (Artistic Director) and Karl Swinyard (Theatre Producer). Kate and Karl have directed and designed theatre productions throughout London for over 15 years.
Contact Kate: email@example.com
Contact Karl: firstname.lastname@example.org
The rest of the team at the Jack Theatre include:
David Bottomley (Literary Manager): email@example.com
Darren Batten (Resident Producer): firstname.lastname@example.org
Film Nights: email@example.com
Tanith Lindon (Scratch & Associate Director): firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Lunn (Associate Director): email@example.com
Rose Tomaszewska (Literary Associate): firstname.lastname@example.org
Brigid Lohrey (Associate Director): email@example.com
(Associate Director): firstname.lastname@example.org
Graeme Thompson (Dramaturg): email@example.com
Will Ingham (Principal Technician): firstname.lastname@example.org
OutFox Productions and Brute Farce TC (Associate Companies).
We are pleased to announce in 2013 that OutFox Productions are our new Associate Company. To find out more about their work, visit their website.
theatre is within easy reach of central London.
There is plenty
of free parking outside the theatre and its side streets, with easy
access to the A2 and South Circular (A205).
The East London Line runs to Honor Oak Park and Brockley Station.
Crofton Park Station is 2
minutes walk from the theatre and only 15 minutes journey time from
central London (Blackfriars Station). Trains from Crofton Park also
travel to St. Pancras, West Hampstead and Kent.
Honor Oak Park Station is 8 minutes walk and only
10 minutes journey time from London Bridge Station. Trains from London Bridge run every 9 minutes.
Directions: From Honor Oak Park Station turn left and walk
to end of the road. Turn left at the traffic lights into Stondon Road. The
theatre is situated 500 yards on your left.
From Crofton Park Station turn left out of the station, then cross the
road at the pedestrian crossing. The Jack is 200 yards on your
122, 172, 171, P4, N171 (all stop directly outside the theatre)
The Theatre and Brockley Jack Public House
have full wheelchair access.