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BAM, Peter Jay Sharp Building

Map & Directions 30 Lafayette Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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718-636-4100

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This creative complex manages to have something for every taste all the time, so don't feel too bad about missing programs that sound great--we all are.

 
Member Reviews

  • on 05/09/10
    4

    great place to take in plays, events, cafe. they even have a movie theater located nearby. this is a historic place.

  • on 03/30/10
    4

    The best Shakespeare from around the world (or at least the UK) winds up here every year. The avant-garde and the tried and true, it all winds up here. Affordable culture in two great spaces. This is the theater to beat.

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  • Anthony C. on 03/22/09

    One of the nicest places to catch a flick in NYC.

  • Zach L. on 11/04/09

    Become a BAM Cinema Club member for $70/year. Four bucks off movie tickets, invites to parties, screenings & filmmaker talks, and awesome other Brooklyn discounts. Totally worth it.

  • F'd In Park Slope on 05/02/10

    Based on the fabulousness of this theater, i was kind of surprised to find that the the women's bathroom is...uhm...gross.

  • Troy D. on 09/24/11

    Take advantage of the Bargain matinees! The first shows of the day are $8 ($4 off full price)

  • Brad B. on 05/09/10

    Go for the butter on the popcorn! They actually layer the butter throughout (unlike chain theaters) to ensure consistency!

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