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. / £10 previews (11, 12 Nov)
WHAT’S ON IN OCTOBER
Passion marks the start of The Great War and the present withdrawal from Afghanistan 2014. Dorset’s multi-award winning AsOne Theatre Company presents a gripping new play with live music; five stories of soldiers and families 100 years apart.
Omnibus’ brand new Acoustic Night will be hosted by folk and soul singer/songwriter Lánre, who will be joined by singer/songwriter Matt Wedd and the band We Used To Make Things who weave music and storytelling.
Join us for Feather Catcher a fun, playful story of friendship, working together and mischievous feathers. This non-verbal show playfully uses live music and beautiful projection to tell this delightful tale of teamwork. Aimed at ages 3+ with a chance to stay and play with the performers after the show.
The Sunday music programme continues with Cabaret. I’m a Stranger Here Myself evokes the extravagant and exotic Germany of Dietrich, Brecht and Weill, taking the audience on a poignant journey through two of the most extraordinary decades in history.
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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