WE'RE OPEN EVERY WEEKEND

Serving a menu of hot drinks, craft beers, wine and seasonal cocktails in addition to a food menu including freshly baked pastries, delicious cakes and savoury light bites.

Pop by in the day to meet up or chill out. Still WFH? Bring along your laptop and settle in; there’s great WiFi and loads of sockets.

We come to life at night, so stick around. Whether you’re seeing a show, catching some live music or just hanging out and enjoying the buzz.

Our light and airy space spills out into a garden overlooking the Common. Find us in the heart of Clapham Old Town (less than 5 minutes from Clapham Common tube station). Check out How To Get Here →

We can’t wait to see you.

(P.S. We’re dog friendly, bring all your good boys! 🐾)

OPENING HOURS
MON: CLOSED
TUE: 6PM-11PM*
WED: 6PM-11PM*
THU: 6PM-11PM*
FRI: 9AM-LATE
SAT: 9AM-LATE
SUN: 9AM-6PM

*Tue-Thu our Café Bar is only open alongside theatre performances, please check our What’s On to find out more

In order to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for our employees and customers, we’ve made some important changes.  Find out more about our new safety guidelines here ➞

EVENTS IN THE CAFÉ BAR

JAZZ SUNDAYS

Sun 4 Dec – 1-3pm (School of Desire)

SONGS FOR SCATTERED TIMES

Sun 29 Jan, 7PM
Sun 26 Feb, 7PM
Sun 26 Mar, 7PM
Sun 30 Apr, 7PM

MORNING PRODUCERS

Fridays, 10am-12pm

ART AT OMNIBUS THEATRE

First Wave: Painting With Wax
by Catherine Walsh
18 OCT - 7 NOV

Having initially experimented with oils and acrylics, Catherine Walsh started working with wax a little over two years ago. Her paintings are made using pure beeswax and tree resin, which she melts down and combines with various colours and pigments before fusing the mixture onto wood panels, layer by layer, with different heating tools. The tactility of the wax enables her to experiment with texture, depth and light. Through her work, she investigates themes of the sea and its effect on our sensory experience, themes which are enhanced through the textured layers of the wax, which allows the colours and imagery to emerge in unexpected ways.