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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.

It's A Wonderful Life

  • Mon 7 Dec, 7:30pm

A festive screening of the Christmas classic.

Abuelo by Amahra Spence

  • Wed 25 Nov – Sat 28 Nov, 7:45pm

A 20 something Birmingham native with an identity crisis is on a quest to find herself, through the legacy of her jolly, gambling, allotment-obsessed, storytelling grandfather.

then LEAP by Laura Lindow

  • Wed 25 Nov – Sat 28 Nov, 7:30pm

The clock ticks, the years pass, and 39 year old Ottilie Dundee finally goes home to unearth some long-buried truths. There she meets the largest obstacle of all, and true to form this old friend never forgot.

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Free Improv Workshop with Gary Kitching

  • Sat 21 Nov, 3:30pm

Gary Kitching & Co are offering impro workshops for actors, directors, writers and theatre makers interested in developing their improvisational skills and having fun. 

Saudade by Xavier de Sousa

  • Wed 18 Nov – Sat 21 Nov, 7:45pm

Saudade is a yearning for the return of that now gone. This is a show about migration, 'being from a certain place' and what makes you identify with a country, its culture and people. 

Me and Mr C by Gary Kitching

  • Wed 18 Nov – Sat 21 Nov, 7:30pm

Me and Mr C. is about a voice in your head that claims with authority that you are a worthless piece of shit. An experience you may be able to sympathise with.

Still

  • Thu 12 Nov – Sat 14 Nov, 7:45pm


In a gallery, a woman attempts to get into the mind of Vivian Maier, the reclusive street photographer- but is she intruding? A witty journey into the unknowable potential of human beings and the limits of privacy. 



Invisible Treasure by fanSHEN

  • Tues 27 Oct - Sat 14 Nov, NB we ony have availability on Sat 14 Nov 4.30pm

Invisible Treasure is an interactive digital playspace, an electrifying exploration of human relationships, power structures and individual agency, where your actions can change everything. Suitable for ages 7 and upwards.

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Invisible Treasure Workshops

  • Saturday 7 Nov 11am-1pm & Saturday 14 Nov 11am-1pm

7 November, 11am - 1pm: How to run a theatre company

14 November, 11am - 1pm: Devising with fanSHEN

Each workshop costs £15/ £10 conc and includes a ticket to see Invisible Treasure at 2pm on the same day.