All events

We Are London 14-22yrs

  • Every Saturday 3:30-6:30pm. Term run: 20 September - 20 December 2014

Please note: this event continues during half term.

A drama and creative arts group for young people aged 14 to 21 who are from all over the world. This is good group for making new friends and having fun.
New members are always welcome.

Pick&Mix

  • Wednesdays 4.30 - 6.00pm, Term: 17 September - Friday 12 December 2014, 7 January - 18 March 2015 and 15 April - 15 July 2015.

Please note: this event will not take place during half term holiday weeks of: 27 October, 16 Feb and 25 May.

Pick&Mix is a drama and multi-arts project for children in South London aged 8 – 12 years who are facing challenges in their life and would benefit from a creative environment to boost their confidence and self-esteem.

13-18 Drama TAY (Truth About Youth)

  • Tuesdays 5.20-7.20pm, 23 September - 9 December 2014, 6 January - 17 March 2015, 14 April - 14 July 2015

Please note: this event will not take place during half term holiday weeks of: 27 October, 16 Feb and 25 May.

Serious about drama? Want to go to the next level? In these sessions you’ll learn new skills in stagecraft, read scripts, write plays and sharpen the skills that you already have.

Demonstrate!

  • Saturdays 10.30am-1pm, 11 October to 13 December 2014 and 17 January to 21 March 2015

Demonstrate! is a dance led participatory arts programme for young people aged 8 to 14 on the autism spectrum and/or with complex and profound disabilities.

  • Wheelchair Access

Tony & Mike or The Country Owl and The City Squirrel

  • Weds 29 October 11am (Play Area from 11am, show starts at 11.30pm) and 2.30pm

A delightful new show for 3-7 year olds, featuring puppetry, original music, and a squirrel flying machine!
NB (Play Area from 11am, show starts at 11.30pm and 2.30pm)

Coney present Early Days (of a better nation)

  • Fri 14 & Sat 15 Nov 7pm, Sat 15 & Sun 16 Nov 2pm

The war is over and the nation lies in ruins. You and your fellow survivors must build the beginnings of a new country. What are the rules you’re going to live by? And can you avoid the mistakes of the past?

  • Wheelchair Access