Country Music

29 May - 23 Jun

Jamie has committed a crime. What he doesn’t know is that this event will shape the next 20 years of his life.

30 三十

1 Jun

British East Asian artists reflect on the 30th anniversary of the movement which culminated in a million people occupying Tiananmen Square.

Engine Room

24 June

Dynamic and talented theatre makers and writers present daring, new work in the first stages of development.

Othello: Remixed

25 Jun - 14 Jul

Shakespeare’s gripping tragedy is remixed by Intermission Theatre Company, breathing fresh life into the stories of Othello, Iago and Desdemona.

Out of the Wings Festival

30 Jul - 3 Aug

Out of the Wings presents its fourth annual festival exploring untapped theatre from the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world.

Edinburgh Previews

16 - 28 Jul

A dynamic mix of emerging and established theatre-makers will preview their work in Clapham before heading to the largest theatre festival in the world


16 Jul

The ultimate one-man band: guitarist, pianist, drummer… dad. But it’s hard to reach stardom walking on Lego. New musical comedy heartbreaker from Fringe First winner (for Dirty Great Love Story).

The BonBons Cabaret: On Tour!

18 Jul

The BonBons Cabaret is a safe environment that champions dangerous, alternative, queer performance work playing host to North East based queer collective The House of Love whilst featuring local acts.


18 Jul

A bisexual Bridget Jones for the online generation, this tragicomic one-woman play and its lovably hapless heroine is for anyone who’s wondered why they feel so lonely when connecting with others is meant to be easier than ever.

Madame Chandelier’s Rough Guide to the Opera

19 Jul

In a camp fusion of comedy, cabaret and opera, Madame Chandelier guides you through her favourite opera plots, with jokes, drinking games, and a Nessun Dorma sing-along!

Crashing The Party

19 Jul

Kieran spent his 20’s living fast and doing sketch comedy with WitTank – ‘Masterful’ (Sunday Times). A stand up show about a never-ending party and what happens when it, erm, ends. ‘Exquisite’ (Kate Copstick).

The Red

22, 23, 25, 26 Jul

Benedict’s dad loved wine. Benedict was a teenage alcoholic. At his father’s funeral, he receives an unsettling final bequest: a bottle of exceptional red wine. Marcus Brigstocke writes and directs this bittersweet award-winning drama of family and addiction.

Trying It On

23-24 Jul

50 years on, playwright David Edgar looks back at his revolutionary 20s. Has the world changed? Has he? And why did his generation vote Brexit?


25 - 27 Jul

Passengers, by award-winning writer Kit Redstone and directed by Jessica Edwards, explores the epic battles within the psyche and the beautiful power of the mind to protect itself.

Duo Travels

19 May

Chamber jazz of the highest virtuosity. Bassist Yuri Goloubev and guitarist Maciek Pysz explore a fusion of jazz, world and classical music.

Junction Jazz and Friends

16 Jun

Well known classics including Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Dixieland numbers, Bossa Nova and Jazz Funk are played by this local seven-piece jazz band.

Children of the Sun

23 Jun

Inspired by global grooves from Caribbean calypso to South African swing, Baraka will be performing music from their newest EP, Children of the Sun.


19 May

Come for the music, our friendly bar, the atmosphere. And don’t leave till you’re re-charged for the week. This week Baraka is playing.


12 May - 2 Jun

C.O.S.M.O.S is a collection of abstract paintings in enamel on canvas/board. The exhibition is a reflection of the process involved as a response to the chain of events that happens while in motion.

Don Giovanni

12 May - 2 Jun


Set during Fashion Week in present day Milan, Rogue Opera’s Don Giovanni follows the famous lothario – head of the brand Don G – as he uses his power, status and wealth to charm, seduce and deceive.


4 - 16 June


Like a vast, evil fog, depression has invaded Michael’s mind. And, like so many of us, he uses humour as a plaster to conceal his suffering so that only he knows it’s there.

Florence 'Flo' Smith "Now and Then"

23 June


It’s 1969 and a woman looks back on her life in London. From the Boer War to The Summer of Love, Flo Smith, daughter, sister, wife, mother, widow and grandmother recalls with horror, humour, tears and joy.

Zombie Zoo

11-13 Oct


Combining film, comedy, drama, music, song, dance, this multimedia piece centres around an imprisoned, partially sane, recovering zombie, and his zookeeper captor.