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Our Four Walls: Plays In Houses

  • Weds 23 + Thurs 24 July 7.30pm, Sat 26 July 2.30 & 4.30pm

You’re about to get a once in a lifetime opportunity to see what REALLY goes on behind closed doors! 6 short plays explore young people’s lives in their Brixton neighbourhood.

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  • Wed 23 Jul, 11:59am

Theatre & Dance in Windrush Square

  • Mon 21 & Weds 23 July 6pm

Nothing will Come of Nothing, We are London with special guests Little Portugal

  • Sat 19 Jul, 3:59pm
  • Wheelchair Access

Home and Nothing will Come of Nothing: a double bill

  • Fri 18 Jul, 7:00pm

Come and see a double bill of our newly created theatre by two of our resident drama groups Rewind and Play and We are London.

Home by Rewind and Play

  • Thu 17 Jul, 6:30pm

A theatre performance by Rewind and Play, our self-development drama programme for young Londoners who wish to increase their confidence and overcome barriers to employment.

  • Wheelchair Access

Fat Man by Martin Bonger.

  • Tue 15 Jul – Sat 19 Jul, 7:45pm

Orpheus is doing stand up for the gods. A sharp new take on a classic Greek myth, this is a bitterly funny story of love, loss and eating your way out of grief. As the audience are transformed into the gods of legend, will Orpheus ever escape his past?

How To Win Against History by Seiriol Davies

  • Wed 9 Jul – Sat 12 Jul, 7:45pm

The 5th Marquis of Anglesey was one of the Earth's wealthiest men, until he lost it all by being too damn fabulous. A ripped-up, hilarious musical about this gorgeous tragedy.

Chigger Foot Boys by Patricia Cumper

  • Tue 8 Jul – Sat 12 Jul, 7:30pm

Preview Tues 8 July all tickets £6.00

Chigger Foot Boys is based on real events in the lives of the Jamaicans who fought for Britain and the Empire during World War 1.

The Ayn Lady by Barker & Larkin

  • Wed 2 Jul – Sat 5 Jul, 7:45pm

Barker & Larkin attempt to crack through the Russian-doll layers of individualist, author and philosopher, Ayn Rand. Why do her questionable beliefs still resonate so strongly? 

Fosterling by Zoe Palmer

  • Tue 1 Jul – Sat 5 Jul, 7:30pm

1914.  An orphan is delivered to a remote village in Yorkshire.  With a haunting vocal score, Fosterling is a remarkable story of love in an era of immense grief and uncertainly.

  • Wheelchair Access