It may be called Precious Little, but this thought-provoking play at the Brockley Jack Studio Theatre has plenty to say.
American playwright Madeleine George’s acclaimed 2009 three-hander Precious Little gets its UK premiere at Brockley Jack Theatre, where it’s now running until 15 June 2019. We caught up with artistic director Kate Bannister about why she wanted to bring the play to London. Time to get booking!
We’re counting down to the London premiere of American playwright Madeleine George’s 2009 all-female three-hander Precious Little this week. While you were enjoying your Bank Holiday Weekend, sneak a peek at what the cast was getting up to in rehearsals. Time to get booking!
Award-winning American playwright Madeleine George’s 2009 play Precious Little gets its London premiere this week at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre care of the five-star and 15-time Offie-nominated in-house team behind recent productions of Kes, Lifeboat and The Wolves of Willoughby Chase. Time to get booking!
Lifeboat is a play that has the potential to say a lot about the human capacity for survival in life or death situations, and the extremes we can endure when faced with losing the ones we love.
A sensitive portrayal of devastating real events, Lifeboat is undoubtedly another triumph for the Brockley Jack team. Go and see it while you can.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Barry Hines’ novel and I can think of no better way to mark the occasion than with this exquisite production of Kes.
The beginning of the play is immediately evocative of John Masefield’s The Box of Delights and Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black, with Sylvia having an eerie and memorable train journey.