Oldilocks & the 3 Bears

11-13 Dec

One crisp winter’s day in the park, Oldilocks finds a teddy bear and remembers a delicious bowl of porridge she tasted years ago in the woods.

This familiar tale with a fresh twist, from award-winning Garlic Theatre, will hold young audiences spellbound with a blend of table-top puppetry, enchanting storytelling, live music and naughty adventure.

Rising of the Black Sheep

17-18 Dec

A powerful self portrait of a black woman that had to defy death to be seen.
MisSa Blue, multi skilled performer and internationally recognised sword swallower with her debut solo show Rising of the Black Sheep.

Hell Yeah!

19 Dec

Important information: This performance has been rescheduled to Saturday 19 Dec 2020.

The latest Government guidelines affect all performances taking place between 5 November and 2 December. Find out more here.

Fun, female, fearless and completely improvised. A supHer group of London’s hottest queer improv talent. As seen on BBC, Netflix and Amazon to name a few.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

19 Dec - 3 Jan

A captivating LIVE online show, where audiences can enjoy a (virtual!) journey to the Emerald City, along with Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion.

Creation Theatre takes the anarchic spirit and style of their traditional family shows online, reuniting the team behind many of its Christmas hits including The Snow Queen, Peter Pan and A Christmas Carol.

Elf Lyons: Swan

3-5 Dec

Important information: This performance has been postponed until Spring 2021.

The latest Government guidelines affect all performances taking place between 5 November and 2 December. Find out more here.

A one woman production of Swan Lake. In an hour. In French. Sort of.
The giraffe-limbed clown and raconteur is delighted to perform her Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show for one last big hurrah. Think big. Think weird. Matthew Bourne would be proud.

Omnibus Theatre Online

While our building may be closed, we are committed to platforming fantastic artists and work for you to experience in lockdown.

Join us every Tuesday to enjoy Omnibus Theatre from your living room.

Summer Season 2020

Jam packed with dynamic work from some of the most exciting theatre makers in the country, we are gutted that the brilliant shows programmed for Summer 2020 will have to wait to be seen. Check out the highlights here.

Oldilocks & the 3 Bears

11-13 Dec

One crisp winter’s day in the park, Oldilocks finds a teddy bear and remembers a delicious bowl of porridge she tasted years ago in the woods.

This familiar tale with a fresh twist, from award-winning Garlic Theatre, will hold young audiences spellbound with a blend of table-top puppetry, enchanting storytelling, live music and naughty adventure.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

19 Dec - 3 Jan

A captivating LIVE online show, where audiences can enjoy a (virtual!) journey to the Emerald City, along with Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion.

Creation Theatre takes the anarchic spirit and style of their traditional family shows online, reuniting the team behind many of its Christmas hits including The Snow Queen, Peter Pan and A Christmas Carol.

Omnibus Theatre Online: Young People

From 13 April

Stop by our Omnibus Theatre Online: Young People hub to download two new activity packs each week for your young person to polish up on their drama skills and have some creative fun in the process.

Shirley Smart Sextet

22 Nov

Important information: This performance has been postponed until Spring 2021.

The latest Government guidelines affect all performances taking place between 5 November and 2 December. Find out more here.

Acknowledged as one of the UK’s most versatile and creative cellists, Shirley Smart presents her new Sextet in a new programme drawing on the evocative world of Middle Eastern melodies, dance grooves and jazz improvisation.

Covid Tales from Tom's Bench

From 30 Sept

Each day in August award-winning photographer Jim Grover photographed whoever sat on the same Clapham bench and asked them how Covid had affected their lives. The result is a unique and powerful photo-story on display for three months in our Café Bar.