What’s on



  • Weds 11 - Sat 28 April 7.30pm (no shows Sun or Mon), PREVIEW Weds 11 April

Ever feel like you are constantly disappointing people?

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Whatever Happened to Vandal Raptor

  • Thu 26 Apr – Sat 28 Apr, 7:45pm

Punk poet Henry Raby celebrates 40 Years of Punk Rock by breathing life into the spiky spirit of resistance.

My World Has Exploded a Little Bit

  • Mon 30 Apr, 7:45pm

My World Has Exploded A Little Bit returns for one night only!

By Bella Heesom | Directed by Donnacadh O’Briain 

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Jack O'Kent

  • Thu 17 May – Sat 19 May, 7:45pm

A new visual adaptation of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.


  • Tue 22 May – Thu 24 May, 7:30pm

Make your own choices.
Tell your own story.
Create your own class war.

There are two types of ticket. There aren't two types of people.

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The Isle of Brimsker

  • Fri 25 May – Sat 26 May, 11:00am

A new multi-sensory story of adventure and homecoming from Frozen Light, specialists in making theatre for audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. A solitary lighthouse keeper faces the biggest decision of her life.

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Me and My Bee

  • Tue 29 May – Sat 2 Jun, 2:00pm

Climate change is massive.
Bees Aren’t.

Multi award-winning theatre company, ThisEgg, invites you to save the world - one bee at a time.
A new comedy for children and adults alike.

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Cyst-er Act

  • Thu 7 Jun – Sat 9 Jun, 7:45pm

Ovalhouse and Catherin Hoffmann present a messy, musical ritual —Madame Ovary meets The Devils.

Austerity & Me

  • Thu 14 Jun – Sat 16 Jun, 7:30pm

Austerity & Me is an artistic exploration of personal accounts by 18-24 year olds living in South London today. Told through spoken word and physical theatre, this work offers the opportunity for their voices to be heard in the struggle for survival against the violence austerity inflicts.

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Last Night I Met You Dreaming

  • Thu 14 Jun – Sat 16 Jun, 7:45pm

A magic realist story about an ambitious journalist who never got over her brother’s death. This visual show combines text, movement, music, animation and projection mapping.

The Croydon Avengers

  • Tue 19 Jun – Sat 23 Jun, 11:00am

The Croydon Avengers by Oladipo Agboluaje blends comic book visuals with action-packed martial arts to tell a funny, powerful story of terrorist threats, heroism and true friendship in an England that seems frightened of anyone who’s different.

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  • Thu 28 Jun – Sat 30 Jun, 7:45pm

Radical retelling of the Fred Hampton, leader of the Black Panthers murdered by Chicago PD detectives in 1969.