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Warwick School is proud to be the home of two wonderful performance venues at the centre of school and community life.

The Bridge House Theatre was opened by Dame Judi Dench in 2000, and since then it has grown into one of the area’s most popular venues. A mid-scale venue of 304 seats – it’s beautiful interior of wood and brick creates an attractive and intimate space for performance. Our audiences enjoy a wide-ranging repertoire of professional productions, presented alongside local community events and stunning performances from the students of Warwick School and our partner schools.

Warwick Hall
Opened in September 2016 replacing The Guy Nelson Hall providing a first-class space for a wide range of events. The auditorium seats up to 1000, with enhanced acoustics and audience comfort derived from a flexible telescopic raked seating system and permanent balcony. Two new drama/dance studios offer smaller venues for performances and workshops.

WATCH AND LISTEN selected music videos

Julia Biel – Live from the church

 

Motherboard Pinball

 

Watch and Listen – Loucin

 

VOTI – Newcastle Jazz Festival 2021

 

VOTI – Robert Mitchell’s 50th Birthday Concert

 

VOTI – Julian Siegel: Tales from the Jacquard

 

APPJAG Review of Jazz in England

 

Watch and Listen – Deemer #2

 

Watch and Listen – Queen Mab

 

Watch and Listen – Deemer

 

Watch and Listen – Ivo Neame

 

Watch and Listen – Eliza Oakes

 

Watch and Listen – Isobella Burnham

 

Watch and Listen – JazznewbloodTAPES

 

Yazz Ahmed In Conversation

 

Watch and Listen – JazznewbloodTAPES

 

Watch and Listen – Open Conversations EP1 Part 2

 

Watch and Listen – Open Conversations EP1 Part 1

 

Watch and Listen – DJ Ritu

 

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JAZZ ADVENT SERVICE

 
Dec 5, 2021
  Christ Church Highbury, 155 Highbury Grove, London N5 1SA

coming soon

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