Events archive


Brixton City Festival 2018

  • Friday 14 - Sunday 16 September

Brixton City Festival 2018, 3 days of radical entertainment filling the streets in a celebration of Brixton! All events free. #BCF2018

A Pocketful of Bread

  • Mon 10 Sep – Thu 13 Sep, 7:30pm

Man with a Cane and Man with a Hat find a dog stuck at the bottom of an abandoned well...

LIVE SCREENING: Never Forgotten

  • Fri 24 Aug, 5:30pm

Due to popular demand we are offering a Live Screening of the N​ever Forgotten event which is taking place in the Upstairs theatre.

Everyone is welcome to attend the post-show panel discussion in the Café/Bar.

  • Wheelchair Access

Never Forgotten

  • Fri 24 Aug, 4:00pm

***THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND*** Tickets are available ONLINE ONLY for a live screening, please see below.

10 years on, Sean Rigg's memory lives on. A 'trailer' drama about Sean and who he was.

Sean Rigg died at Brixton police station following a psychotic episode and prolonged restraint on 21 August 2008. The legal case continues..

Two performances only. Doors at 4pm.

Tokyo Love Hotel

  • Fri 27 Jul - Sat 28 Jul, 7:30pm and 8:30pm, Sat 28 Jul, 2:00pm and 3:00pm

Lemonade & Laughing Gas invite you to a sharing of their latest work in progress. In an increasingly digital universe which praises screens over bodies… what happens to intimacy now?'

  • Wheelchair Access

Nele Needs A Holiday: The Musical

  • Wed 18 Jul – Sat 21 Jul, 7:30pm

Written by Nele Van den Broeck.
Directed by Annemiek van Elst

Nele Needs A Holiday is a dramatic songwriter based in Brussels and London – for as long as it lasts. After releasing two albums, she decided to write a musical theatre show about the unfortunate encounters she has with her own ambition.

  • Wheelchair Access

PALAVA showcase 2018

  • Wed 18 Jul, 7:00pm

Join us for an end of year celebration to hear new music produced by participants of the PALAVA music project.

Drinks reception 6pm
Show 7pm

FREE - booking essential


  • Thu 12 Jul – Sat 14 Jul, 7:30pm

Thu 12 – Sat 14 July, 7:30pm - Captioned and Relaxed performances. Friday 13th July - Captioned/BSL Interpreted Post-show Q&A

Sophie Woolley performs a one person show about her experience of going deaf and becoming a cochlear implanted ‘cyborg’.

  • Closed Caption
  • Wheelchair Access

Making Theatre for Audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities

  • Tue 10 Jul, 10:00am

#CONNECT: Producers

  • Thu 5 Jul, 6:30pm
  • Wheelchair Access


  • Fri 29 Jun – Sat 30 Jun, 7:30pm

STARS tells the story of a very… very old lady who goes into outer space… in search of her own orgasm. A multi-sensory space odyssey.

  • British Sign Language
  • Wheelchair Access