What’s on

So U Think I’m CraZy?

  • Mon 18 Sep – Thu 21 Sep, 7:30pm

“Who would have thought I would end up like this?”

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Summer School show: The Burn

  • Fri 1 7pm & Sat 2 September 3pm
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Capital Campaign Cabaret

  • Fri 15 Sep, 7:00pm

Dennis of Penge by Annie Siddons

  • Wed 20 Sep – Thu 21 Sep, 7:45pm

A new spoken word piece with masterful storytelling and music about poverty, addiction, friendship, ecstasy, chicken, love, and SE20. 

Brixton City Festival 2017

  • Thursday 21 - Sunday 24 September

Announcing the events of Brixton City Festival 2017, a celebration of Brixton!

A Time of Listening

  • Thu 28 Sep – Fri 29 Sep, 7:45pm

Can one moment change the course of a lifetime?

Can one moment change over the course of a lifetime?

Glue by Louise Wallwein

  • Tue 3 Oct – Sat 7 Oct, 7:30pm

Glue is a comedic live art performance fuelled by rhythmic poetry. It's a show about getting to grips with our family relationships and therefore our identities.

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The Secret Keeper by Angela Clerkin

  • WEDS 11 - SAT 21 OCT (no perfs SUN 15 & MON 16) Previews WEDS 11 & THURS 12

A political fairytale for adults, with funny songs, macabre magpies, and a murderous gothic heart.

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Fragments by Laura Swift and Russell Bender

  • Thu 19 Oct – Sat 21 Oct, 7:45pm

Melding ancient and modern, Fragments asks whether the way we see the world is really how it is.

Dr. Zeiffal, Dr. Zeigal and The Hippo That Can Never Be Caught!

  • Tue 24 Oct – Sat 28 Oct, 2:00pm

HALF TERM SHOW

Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts!

Award-winning family comedy that will have kids storming the stage.

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Princess Charming

  • Tue 24 Oct – Sat 28 Oct, 2:30pm

HALF TERM SHOW

We don't like being told what to do. 
Some boys like pink. Some girls like football. Whatever. 
We’re here to sing, shout, stamp, dance, dress up. And be ourselves.

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Come Rhyme With Me Autumn 2017

  • Sat 28 Oct, 7:30pm

Enjoy a night of rhyming with Dean Atta and Deanna Rodger alongside a menu of performers chosen for their wit, wisdom and ability to move you. 
Tickets with food highly recommended!

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