The Ghost Train at The Brockley Jack Theatre

The Brockley Jack Theatre team write:

The Christmas show at The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre has become a bit of a tradition and a favourite alternative to the usual panto offering. This year is no exception with the presentation of The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley, and directed by the Jack's artistic director Kate Bannister.

Ridley was an actor and a playwright, best known for playing Private Godfrey in 'Dad's Army'. He wrote The Ghost Train in 1923 and it became a West End hit in 1925.

When the emergency cord is pulled, six travellers become stranded overnight in the waiting room of a lonely railway junction. The stationmaster tells a tale of a ghost train that haunts the line and brings death to those that look upon it. Unable to leave, the passengers must confront their fears whilst they await the arrival of the phantom midnight express.

Some performances are close to selling out, so we advise early booking for this Christmas treat!

Tickets can be booked via the website: