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2 for 1 ticket offer at the Brockley Jack Theatre

The Brockley Jack are offering readers of this website an additional free ticket for anyone buying a full-price ticket to The Laundry, the second in a series of  three striking new dramas, chosen from over 80 submissions. The show runs from Tuesday 1st March to Saturday 5th March at 7.45pm.

Tickets can be bought on the door (subject to availability, i.e. the show has not sold out) or you can email bookings to 

The Laundry
by Joe Ward Munrow
Worn out, weary and working in a Liverpool laundry, Terry needs someone to talk to other than the basement walls. Teenager Ben becomes his new assistant, having left London and his recent past behind. As the laundry’s monotony and claustrophobia take their toll, the two men find themselves locked in a violent battle of wills, dependent on each other for their own freedom and redemption.

“We’re gonna have to sort something out mate, coz I’m not gonna work another minute with someone I don’t know. Someone who apparently only likes money and chips. It’s gonna look shit on your tombstone.”


Dates: Tuesday 1 – Saturday 5 March at 7.45pm
Tickets: £12, £10 conc. (suitable for over 16s)

Deirdre and Me – Brockley Jack until February 5

The last two shows at the Brockley Jack were complete sell-outs –  make sure you get to see this.  

Susan White is 35.
Average height.
Average build.
Average looks.
But there’s something far from average about Susan.

Susan is best friends with Deirdre Barlow, infact she is the No. 1 super fan of the TV soap star from Coronation Street. From liaisons with Mike Baldwin, on-going problems with the Platts and the campaign to free the Weatherfield One, Susan has mentally catalogued all of the intimate details of the former Mrs. Rashid.

An original one woman show full of laugh out loud yet poignant humour in the style of Alan Bennett and Victoria Wood.

Following sell out performances in London, and prior to a national UK tour.

Written and performed by Rachael Halliwell
presented by Language Laid Bare
directed by Louisa Fitzgerald

Wednesday 2 February – Sat 5 February at 8pm
Tickets: £10, £8 conc.
(suitable for over 12s)
To book tickets by phone call Ticketweb on 0844 847 2454
To book online with Ticketweb click here
(no booking fees)

If you run, he will follow. Don’t go down to Sleepy Hollow!

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – a sparkling and scary tale of love honour and revenge is currently running at the Brockley Jack Theatre until Saturday 8th January.

As terror gallops through the winter nights, schoolmaster Ichabod Crane competes with the fiery Brom Bones for the hand of Katrina Van Tassel. But who will win her heart and who will lose his head?

Adapted for the stage by Jonathan Clarkson
directed by Kate Bannister

Tickets £12, £10 conc, £38 family ticket (2 full, 2 U18s).The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre
410 Brockley Road, Brockley  SE4 2DH
Admin No: 020 8291 1206
Box Office: 0844 847 2454
(This is a 24-hour booking line.)