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)
Diary of a Madman, Gogol’s dark, comic and moving short story is adapted for the stage and transported to present day London. Poprischin is an office clerk who believes himself to be a great man. Others do not agree. Poprischin’s unravelling mind leads him to believe that talking, letter-writing dogs are conspiring against him… “Brought to life by a brilliant trio of actor, director and author…” London Theatre
Garlic Theatre take you on a fantastical journey to the island of lost shoes with clowning, mime and beautifully crafted puppets. Shoe Kangaroo and the Big Bad Boot is “truly funny and captivating” Beverley Puppet Festival
Join the Adriamus Ensemble for live interactive musical storytelling featuring the stories of ‘Willy the Wimp’ and ‘My Wicked Stepmother’ with the chance to meet author and illustrator Anthony Browne! Musical Tales From Adriamus weaves storytelling with live music to reimagine the stories you love…all with lots of audience participation! Books will be available for purchase courtesy of Clapham Books.
Omnibus’ sunday music series continues with the strong melodies, jazz harmonies of Last Summer’s Tealights. The idea for their exciting musical combination was conceived through a series of saxophone and marimba duets composed during a winter in Scotland.
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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