Bridge House

Bridge House
2 High Street, Penge, London, SE20 8RZ
  • Telephone 020 8778 2100
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Events at this venue

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Dick Whittington

The Bridge House Theatre is thrilled to be producing their first ever double bill panto season under the new artistic directorship of Luke Adamson.   Richard Whittington arrives in London to make his fortunes, but things don't quite go to plan. Working at a chip shop in Penge he is framed for robbery and banished, however…

Fri 10 Dec

£16–£70 / 020 8778 2100

Sat 11 Dec

£16–£70 / 020 8778 2100

Mon 13 Dec

£16–£70 / 020 8778 2100

…and 23 more dates until 8 Jan 2022

Fly Half

A Father. A Son. A Club. A Town. A Game. Fly Half.  Fly Half is a new play by Gary Lagden, with original songs by Gareth Moulton, that tells the story of a rugby playing steelworker from South Wales. A lyrical hymn to one man's passion for his family, his town and his beloved game of rugby. Set in an industrial town, this…

Sat 13 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Sun 14 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Jarman

A mighty spirit is about to reawaken. Yours. Derek Jarman: film-maker, painter, gardener at Prospect Cottage, activist, writer…his influence remains as strong as it was on the day AIDS killed him in 1994. But his story, one of the most extraordinary lives ever lived, has never been told. Until now. This vibrant new solo…

Fri 19 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Sat 20 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Jigsaw

Max is 19, has dirty blonde hair, is built like a rugby player and loves ABBA, Pringles and Frubes. Josh is 15, he's super clever, loves gadgets and trains. You'll find him copying YouTube yoga videos. They're my brothers and they're non-verbal autistic, so they can't, or won't, talk. Jigsaw is a "profoundly moving" (The…

Sat 13 Nov

Cancelled / 020 8778 2100

Keep It Down

Keep It Down, is a new writing piece about navigating life as a socialite whilst trying to recover from an eating disorder. The one woman play focuses on Daisy, a 23 year old singleton as she stumbles between shady one night stands, medical appointments and the snack cupboard. The show uses dark comedy to interweave…

Fri 29 Oct

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

The Museum Of Marvellous Things

Welcome to the Museum of Marvellous Things, where the impossible can happen! Make stars in jars, catch moons like balloons, dance with Doo-Dahs in cages, sing with Noo-Nahs on stages and marvel at the many wonders on display inside this amazing place. Because this is a museum like no other - it's made from the magic of…

Thu 28 Oct

£8 / 020 8778 2100

My Old Man

When Micha Piwowarski's granddaughter, Tasha, finally moves out, Michas whole world changes. The school dinner lady becomes his favourite person, a new neighbour moves onto the street and he has to face his biggest battle yet. My Old Man follows the trials and tribulations of Micha, an old, blind, Polish soldier, in this…

Sun 21 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Mon 22 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Pow! Play On Words 2

The Bridge House Theatre are delighted to announce the return of our evening of performance poetry! POW! Play On Words 2 Curated and compered by Lee Campbell, the evening will see performances from established performance poets as well as the opportunity for others to showcase their work in six open mic slots. It will be…

Sat 4 Dec

£5 / 020 8778 2100

Richard III

New covid-safe version of Brite Theater's multi award-winning show! The fourth wall has been utterly obliterated, as the audience take on the roles of all the other characters at Richard's party in this intimate, exciting, and moving production. Let Richard entertain youbut will you survive? Richard III (A One Woman Show…

Sat 30 Oct

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Samaadhi

1,650 rounds. How many lives? SAMAADHI is a show in development that deals with trauma and colonisation. At its heart rests the Jallianwala Bagh massacre that took place on the 13th of April 1919 in Amristsar, Punjab during the British Raj in India. The piece examines both the psychological and social impacts that…

Sat 6 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Sun 7 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Sleeping Booty

The Bridge House Theatre is thrilled to be producing their first ever double bill panto season under the new artistic directorship of Luke Adamson. A reinvented adult take on the Perrault fairy tale 'Sleeping Beauty'. When a vengeful fairy curses young princess Aurora to sleep for a hundred years, it is up to a kiss of…

Fri 17 Dec

£16–£20 / 020 8778 2100

Sat 18 Dec

£16–£20 / 020 8778 2100

Mon 20 Dec

£16–£20 / 020 8778 2100

…and 10 more dates until 1 Jan 2022

Swipe Right

A music led, comedic show with fresh and original songs intricately crafted by acclaimed singer/songwriter Dan Loops. Armed with a razor sharp wit and an acoustic guitar, a performer and his assistant put on an electrifying show, with a beautiful blend of projection and music you'll be transported into the technological…

Sat 6 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

The White Heart Inn

Apricity Theatre, Black Dog Productions and Dumb Blonde Theatre present… 'Situated in the Cornish countryside, The White Heart Inn is ideal for a Christian getaway. Marvel at the grade II listed building, built in 1609 for the Bishop of Exeter. Enjoy what the quaint village has to offer. But please, for your own safety…

Sun 31 Oct

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Mon 1 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

Tue 2 Nov

£12–£16 / 020 8778 2100

…and 3 more dates until 5 Nov