JOOT Theatre Company presents ‘Bob-Up-A-Down’

21st October 2016  |   20:00-22:00

JOOT Theatre Company presents 'Bob-Up-A-Down

JOOT Theatre Company presents ‘Bob-Up-A-Down

Joot Theatre Company present “Bob-Up-A-Down”, Ian Low’s stage adaptation of Derek Jarman’s unrealised 1983 film script at the Greenwood Theatre on Friday the 21st of October. The performance will begin at 8pm.

On the outskirts of a village, high on a hill, stands a stone cairn. Inside, the Holy Anchoress resides. She can see what is yet to come. She sees Rollo, the brutish blacksmith; Prophesy, the village lass; and Bob-up-a-down, the woodsman. She sees their thwarted love, their desire, their heartbreak and ultimately their bloody vengeance.

Concession tickets are available, and are £10 with a valid ID (limited to 100 tickets). To reserve your concession ticket, please email

All donations to the Terrence Higgins Trust would be gratefully received.

  Tickets available here

  More about the JOOT theate company  @Bob_Up_A_Down  JOOT.Theatre


The Greenwood Theatre

Greenwood Theatre

Greenwood Theatre

Built and owned by the Charitable Foundation of Guy’s Hospital following donations from Sir James Mantle Greenwood in 1975, the Greenwood Theatre is leased by King’s College London for lectures, student productions and external client bookings.

Fully air-conditioned, the raked auditorium seats 450 people. The stage is equipped with lighting and sound provisions and a full single purchase counterweight flying system for theatre productions. There are a total of 6 dressing rooms of various sizes, from small ‘principals’ rooms to large ‘warm-up’ rooms, plus a make-up/wardrobe room and board room for meetings.

The theatre is used extensively during the academic year, for lectures between 9am – 5pm and then student performances from 5pm – 11pm every weekday as well as rehearsals on Saturdays. During the summer months, usually May – September, the college’s demands of the theatre are much less.

If you are interested in hiring the Greenwood Theatre, please contact the Theatre Manager on 020 7848 8629 to arrange a viewing of the space and to discuss any technical requirements. If satisfied the venue is suitable, then please contact King’s Venues on 020 7848 1700 to discuss fees, availability and to arrange the payment of a securing deposit.


  Visit Greenwood website   @GWTheatre   greenwoodtheatre


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