What’s on


  • Fri 2 Sep at 7pm and Sat 3 Sep at 2pm

An original performance by the young people of Ovalhouse Creative Youth, in collaboration with professional artists.

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Sister by Born Mad

  • Tue 6 Sep – Sat 10 Sep, 7:30pm
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  • Thu 6 Oct – Tue 11 Oct, 7:30pm

Preview Thurs 6 October: all tickets £8

 In a gleeful howl from the armpits of hell, Christopher Brett Bailey delivers a characteristic linguistic kaleidoscope of caustic cartoons, crackpot prophesies and demented erotica. 

  • Wheelchair Access

The Marked by Theatre Témoin

  • Thu 13 - Sat 22 October 7.30pm (no performances Sun or Mon)

A haunting, mystical wonderland inspired by real-life stories of homelessness.

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Here's Hoping by Accidental Collective

  • Wed 26 Oct – Sat 29 Oct, 7:30pm
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Haunts by Christopher Adams

  • 2-19 November 7.30pm (no shows Sun or Mon) Previews Weds 2 & Thurs 3 November: all tickets £8.00

Previews Tues 2 & Weds 3 November: all tickets £8.00

A young couple find the perfect flat in trendy Brixton - there is only one problem; the resident ghost.

Work Play by Nick Field

  • Thu 10 Nov – Sat 12 Nov, 7:45pm

How can a cupcake spark a workplace war?

A hilarious look at the games we play at work, and why we play them.

  • Wheelchair Access

Still by The Future Is Unwritten

  • Mon 21 - Sat 26 November 7.30pm

Still celebrates the life and work of recusive street photographer Vivian Maier, in a new piece of about photography, social media sharing and data protection.

POST by Xavier de Sousa

  • Thu 1 Dec – Sat 3 Dec, 7:30pm

Post is an exploration of what it means to be a migrant, constantly inhabiting a ‘national limbo’.