11 – 29 November
Omnibus brings Shakespeare’s darkest tragedy to Clapham in an immersive performance inspired by this landmark location. A country broken by conflict; a world that has forgotten what peace means. Loyalties and rivalries spill out across the streets.
£15 / £12 conc.
(Gala Night 21 Nov £30)
‘A smart and deeply atmospheric production… This Macbeth takes us out of the comfort zone and plunges us into the dark places of not just the Common but the human soul’
***** The Londonist
‘This is the history of English theatre brought (literally) to its people, the rhythms and cadences of the poetry slotting between Little Waitrose and the Common’s paddling pool, itself turned into the witches’ fiery lair’
‘A seamless, captivating and unique performance of the Shakespeare play… Finnegan’s performance is genius… the perfect balance between menace and guilt’
Tangram Theatre presents Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking (junior edition). Join Albert for a lecture like none you’ve ever seen. Accompanied on piano by his wives and mum and by guest rapper MC Squared, the genius behind the ubdercoolest moustache in science quantum leaps us through two Theories of Relativity, and very big bombs. Warning: features wurst sausage joke ever. “Something close to brilliance” ***** The Times
An interactive family treat with a delightful festive twist. The classic fairytale of Three Billy Goats Gruff is magically brought to life with Swedish carols, live music and beautifully crafted puppets.
Lanre presents her second acoustic night. Her unique sound combines acoustic folk and soul with captivating storytelling influenced by her Nigerian Yoruba heritage. She is joined by Ethemia and De’Borah.
SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES
Immerse yourself in the fire and passion of the Spanish south as guitarist Jesse Sebastian returns to Omnibus this season with his Flamenco Trio.
Aussie born singer/writer Kath Haling’s sunny beach-side sound is a melting pot of influences from Ruth Brown and The Beatles to Jake Bugg and Willy Moon. She is joined by award-winning double bass player Misha Mullov-Abbado.
Uproarious, naughty and utterly off the wall, the unmissable one-woman cabaret Revue-Z features virtuoso cellist Zoë Martlew with her sensational music for cello, voice and multi-layered sound tracks.
Download the Omnibus Music Booklet Autumn 2014.
Tickets can be bought on-line via the event page, with a 5% booking fee and 50p transaction charge.
Alternatively, visit us in person or call 020 7498 4699 during office opening hours (no booking fee).
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