Brockley Jack Facebookings

Drop the "The." Just "Brockley Jack." It's cleaner.

The Jack Studio Theatre has launched a ticket-booking service on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brocjacktheatre

To celebrate life as a social business, they are offering discount tickets for their current production Summer by Julia Stubbs Hughes, based on the novel by Edith Wharton (1862-1937).

Wharton was one of America's greatest writers and the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Literature in 1921 for ‘The Age of Innocence'. This yearmarks the 150th anniversary of her birth.

This premiere will coincide with those celebrations, showing that Wharton is now considered by many as an iconic writer for the 21st century. Tickets are £8 plus booking fee.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you telling them to change their name?

Anonymous said...

plus booking fee?no thanks

Brockley Nick said...

Second anon, well why don't you just pretend that there's no booking fee and the ticket price is a little higher. It's the same thing.

First anon, no. It's a reference to The Social Network. Just a little joke.

Anonymous said...

no thanks,

The Jack Studio Theatre said...

In response to the booking fee, unfortunately on this occasion it is unavoidable due to the company hosting the service.

To compensate for this we have reduced the face value of the tickets bookable via Facebook to £8, so even with the booking fee of £1.50 (which goes to the ticketing company not to us) it is still £2.50 cheaper than booking via our usual channel, so the saving goes to the customer.

One of the reasons for using this service is that the majority of visitors to our Facebook page are under 25, a group we encourage to attend theatre by offering lower price tickets.
Another reason is we can direct Brockley Central readers to it when we are offering a promotion.

Our intentions are always good!

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