Description

The Jack Studio is a vibrant and intimate performance space in south east London, with a long history within its community and the London-wide theatre scene.

As well as offering a diverse theatre programme throughout the year, the venue hosts film, Scratch Nights, festivals, workshops and readings.

We are committed to producing theatre that inspires, challenges and entertains our audience. The theatre supports new companies and theatre artists, providing a space for them to develop their work, alongside the productions created each year by the Jack’s in-house team.

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The Jack has received over 80 Off West End Nominations. Awards include:

London Pub Theatre of the Year, Joint Runner Up, 2019

Winner of Most Welcoming Theatre (south east) in The Off West End Theatre Awards 2013, 2015, 2016 & 2017

Winner Best Programmes and Online Booking, Off West End Awards, 2019

Runner up, Time Out London, Best Loved Cultural Space (south east) 2017, 2018

Winner Fringe report awards, Best Directors for 'making The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre an outstanding venue for exciting theatre; and for encouraging the development of new talent.’

History

There has been a theatre at the Brockley Jack since 1992. During this time the venue has enjoyed an excellent reputation, and entertained thousands of visitors each year with theatre and a variety of performance events.

The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre is currently run by Kate Bannister (Artistic Director) and Karl Swinyard (Theatre Manager).

The in-house team provide technical, administrative, artistic and practical support to all productions, as well as managing the theatre’s box office, and creating and distributing press and publicity information.

The team also maintain the venue’s facilities throughout the year and have modernised its technical equipment. They have made strong links with the local community and the London theatre-wide network.

In 2009 the theatre introduced Scratch Nights, which provide an opportunity for new artists from all over London to try out material in front of an audience.

 

Opens in 25 minutes
Open hours today: 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm
  • Monday

    N/A

  • Tuesday

    7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

  • Wednesday

    7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

  • Thursday

    7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

  • Friday

    7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

  • Saturday

    7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

  • Sunday

    N/A

  • June 13, 2024 6:36 pm local time

Public Transport: Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Crofton Park Station, Honor Oak Park Station

Getting to the Venue

Directions

From Honor Oak Park Station turn left and walk to end of the road. Turn left at the traffic lights into Stondon Park Road. The theatre is situated 500 yards on your left. This is approximately 10 minutes.

From Crofton Park Station walk to the main entrance / ticket office. When leaving the main entrance turn left out of the station, walk towards the Co-op then cross the road at the pedestrian crossing and turn left, walking towards the roundabout. You can see the Brockley Jack Pub at this point. The Jack Studio Theatre is 200 yards on your right. This is approximately three minutes from the station.

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