The C train to Lafayette Avenue is just down the block (exit at South Oxford Street, church is halfway up the block on your right)
or take B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, or 5 train to Atlantic Avenue/Pacific Street, walk north on Hanson place to South Oxford, turn left and the church will be on your right.
or take the G train to Fulton Street, then walk up Lafayette avenue, make a right on South Oxford Street, and church will be on your left.
There is on-street parking available, as well as several parking lots close by.
Click HERE for a map of parking lots.
Take the Manhattan Bridge which leaves you off on Flatbush Avenue. Go half a mile, turn left on Fulton Street (by Fulton Street Mall and Popeyes). Go seven blocks, make a left on South Oxford, and the church will be on your right. (Total time from the bridge is 5-10 mins depending on traffic.)
If you happen to miss the turn onto Fulton Street (as many people do), turn left on Lafayette Avenue (close to BAM and the big clock tower) Go three blocks, turn slight right onto Fulton Street, make a left on South Oxford, and the church will be on your right.
From BQE East/North (Exit 28A-Cadman Plaza West):
Bear right at stop sign (Old Fulton St.). Bear right at light (Cadman Plaza West). Proceed to Tillary Street. Turn left on Tillary Street. Proceed to Flatbush Avenue. Turn right on Flatbush Avenue. turn left on Fulton Street (by Fulton Street Mall and Popeyes). Go seven blocks, make a left on South Oxford, and the church will be on your right.
From BQE West/South (Exit 29-Tillary Street):
Proceed to second traffic light (Flatbush Avenue). Turn left on Flatbush Avenue. Proceed to Fulton Street. Turn left on Fulton Street (by Fulton Street Mall and Popeyes). Go seven blocks, make a left on South Oxford, and the church will be on your right.
Here is a small selection of the fabulous restaurants in Fort Greene.
Please be sure to mention that you’re going to Irondale–some of these restaurants offer discounts to our audiences.
67 Lafayette Avenue
Great hamburgers – including veggie burgers
87 South Elliott Place
86 S. Portland Ave
“Regal, venerable, enchanting”
–The New York Times
The original Irondale
When Irondale discovered a neglected, long-vacant former Sunday school auditorium in the historic Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, we also saw the potential for creating a dynamic flexible theatre. We are proud to be neighbors in the building with the church, a culturally diverse congregation whose activist roots date back to Brooklyn’s pre-Civil War abolitionist movement. The theatre also provides an opportunity for Irondale to play an important role in an exciting and growing cultural district.
Opened in 2008, Irondale serves as the physical
laboratory for our work. The theatre has 28-foot ceilings, a 1,900-square-foot mezzanine/gallery, and original stained glass windows. The restoration retained the original scale, character and details of this distinctive space.