2017-2017 | Brockley Jack Theatre Directed by Tom Attwood
In the run up to their GCSE performance, six teenagers discover the school’s music course is being cut, and their hopes of future studies are dashed.
Set against the backdrop of austerity Britain this funny, feisty and heartbreaking new musical follows six unlikely friends as they stick two fingers up at THE STATE OF THINGS.Read more
2017-2017 | Brockley Jack Theatre Directed by Annie Tanton
It all started when…
Will returns to May, his alcoholic wife, who is burdened with looking after Will’s sick father Sam, with the aid of the mousy nurse Flo, who’s recently lost her father and is carrying around the urn of his ashes unsure of where to scatter them.
We are thrown into a world of volatile uncertainty as we enter the lives of these mid-western working class Americans. Sex, violence, alcohol, death and unspoken tragedy are major players in this explosive piece of new writing by American playwright David Moberg.Read more
2007-2008 | Brockley Jack Theatre Directed by Kate Bannister
Beckman Unicorn’s ‘eerie and fantastical’ West End première production of the most popular Charles Dickens novel opened as the culmination of the Dickens bicentenary after a critically acclaimed UK Tour.
Graham McLaren’s ‘inventive, physical, impressionistic direction’ of Jo Clifford’s ‘chillingly effective’ adaptation brings some of the most memorable characters ever created to life, including the terrifying convict Magwitch (Chris Ellison), the manipulative lawyer Jaggers (Jack Ellis) and the mysterious Miss Havisham (Paula Wilcox).
Adult Pip (Paul Nivison) looks back on his young self (Taylor Jay-Davies) whose love of the beautiful, chilling Estella (Grace Rowe) nearly destroys him in a world of ‘great expectations’.
The West End Gala Night was broadcast in to digital cinemas across the globe and is available via most VOD platforms.Read more