Bridge House Theatre

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What You Need To Know About Bridge House Theatre:

Bridge House Theatre is a fringe theatre venue above a gastro pub in SE20. It’s really easy to get to, being pretty much next door to Penge West railway station. Its programme is a mixture of comedy, drama, musicals and an annual Christmas show. The theatre produces its own shows and programmes touring productions.

Bridge House Theatre was established by Guy Retallack and Rachel Tucker, and opened in 2014. The lead producer and theatre manager is Rob Harris of Cilmar Productions.

Top Facts About Bridge House Theatre: 

  1. Co-founder Rachel Tucker is an award-winning musical theatre star whose credits include Wicked.
  2. The owners opened the venue with the aim of providing the local community with a quality theatre venue after they noticed a limited number of theatres in the area.

Key Information About Bridge House Theatre:

Transport:

Train: The closest train station is Penge West, served by Southern and London Overground trains. The station is next door to the theatre, so it will takes you about one minute to walk between the two!

Bus: Bus numbers 75, 176, 194, 197, 227, 354, 236 and 358 all travel close to the venue. To plan your journey in more detail, please visit the Transport for London website. 

Parking:

Free parking is available at the theatre. 

Facilities:

Bridge House Theatre is above the Bridge House Pub, a gastro pub that welcomes children throughout the day before turning into an over-21s venue after 8pm. Its menu is a combination of classic British pub grub and popular Mediterranean dishes. The bar also hosts open mic nights and live music.

For more information, visit the Bridge House Theatre’s website.