Events archive


Decades by Leo Butler

  • 7-25 JUNE, Tues-Sat 7.30pm

An Ovalhouse Theatre-Hire event. Leo Butler's anarchic, kaleidoscopic epic that explores the changing hopes and rebellions of British teenagers from 1916 to the present day.

  • Wheelchair Access


  • Fri 27 May, 4:00pm

Join Born Mad in their rehearsal room to get a unique insight into the musical workings of their new production Sister.


  • Thu 12 May, 2:00pm

A new play inspired by Nina Simone’s iconic song of the same name.

  • Wheelchair Access

The Diary of A Hounslow Girl by Ambreen Razia

  • Weds 4 - Fri 6 May 7.30pm, NB on Gala Night: please arrive for drinks from 6.45pm

First there was Bridget Jones Diary, then Legally Blonde, and now there is The Diary of a Hounslow Girl, geared up to take on the world. A comic story of dreams, aspirations and coming of age.

  • Wheelchair Access

Love Your Local Market

  • Sat 21 May 1pm

Brixton Village 

Love your Local Market is a celebration of our market culture, happening over a fortnight in May each year. This year Ovalhouse is supporting Brixton Market and Brixton Village with a special Come Rhyme with Me Event.

  • Wheelchair Access

I AM A PROMISE and _CLOUD9 (Double Bill)

  • 1 April at 7.30pm and 2 April at 1.30pm

A double bill at Battersea Arts Centre, by Ovalhouse 13-18 Drama Group​ and BAC Homegrown Company.

CLICK HERE to buy tickets on the Battersea Arts Centre website.

Tickets are pay-what-you-can.

Laika the Spacedog

  • Tues 29 & Weds 30 March, 11am & 2pm

A brand new opera for children aged 7-11 by English Touring Opera.
An Ovalhouse theatre-hire event.

  • Wheelchair Access

ADAD 21st Anniversary Celebration

  • Thu 24 Mar, 7:00pm

ADAD celebrates 21 years of service to Dance of the African Diaspora!
An Ovalhouse theatre-hire event.

  • Wheelchair Access

Oberon Books launch new Chris Goode publication

  • Thu 18 Feb, 6:30pm

Cultural Education Challenge: Launch Event

  • 21 January 2016, 6.45pm

The launch of our Creative Youth project will take place on 21st January 2016 as part of the Cultural Education Challenge.

  • Wheelchair Access

Bigger Than The Sum

  • Weds 13 January 2016, 1 - 6pm BOOKING REQUIRED

A FREE London workshop to develop partnerships for commissioning in the cultural and voluntary sectors.