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Joined 03-06-2007
Posted on Monday, 25 June, 2007 - 10:49 am:   

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The Brockley Jack theatre will be hosting a production of Miss Julie by August Strinberg. As ever with local productions their marketing budget is limited, hence using word of mouth and local forums to spread the word. The lead actor is an se23 resident.

It runs from 3-21 July (Tues - Sat) with performances starting at 8pm.
More details, including tickets are available at

Tickets are 10 each (7 concs)
Joined 19-05-2004
Posted on Monday, 25 June, 2007 - 08:05 pm:   

The Brockley Jack seems to survive on volunteers and a successful mailing list but we are very fortunate to have such a facility close to hand. BD urges others to check it out. Can you give us some more info on Miss Julie? - thanks for the plug in any case - I'll try to make it. And whilst you are out there check out Mr Lawrence's wine bar, just over the road, or some of the other interesting eateries and drinkeries in the Brockley direction.
Joined 09-02-2007
Posted on Tuesday, 26 June, 2007 - 09:34 am:   

Some more info here:
Joined 19-05-2004
Posted on Friday, 29 June, 2007 - 08:23 pm:   

I'll go as I like checking out stuff in the area, I'll have a thoroughly wonderful time, tell you all about it and then be-little the rest of you (apart from Nevermodern and Benji) for not attending, whilst making swipes at YOHO (no doubt they will do theatre soon) and our redneck cousins in the Bromley and Beckenam town areas. Although never done the small theatre studio in Becknum and occasionally will be seen at the Bromley theatre.
Joined 31-10-2006
Posted on Saturday, 30 June, 2007 - 03:38 pm:   

Damn. Now I'm having second thoughts about paying the deposit on the bowling alley. Thanks a bunch, Baggydave.
Joined 19-05-2004
Posted on Thursday, 05 July, 2007 - 05:23 pm:   

Howabout an Aunt Sally Jamie (I can explain if that has lost you)

And not a bowling alley, perleeze, a skittles alley, do you really know anything about pubs Jamie? Actually a skittles alley would be great, as most of the ones in rural Baggyshire where I hail have now been turned into restaurants.

Glad to be of assistance and also that you have adopted my suggestion for the name of the pub

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