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OMNIBUS THEATRE PRODUCTIONS
In November 2013, Omnibus launched its inaugural artistic season with Woyzeck, an original centenary production of Georg Büchner’s seminal play. Sold-out performances, critical acclaim, and nominations for off-West End awards set the marker our ever-expanding program of innovative, high quality work.
Omnibus’ second in-house production was a site-specific immersive show which opened on Clapham Common in the heart of winter, drawing audiences into the strange world of the Witches.
Written by Omnibus Theatre Associate Writer Kat Woods
August and November 2016; May 2017 tour
Inspired by the events of the Peru Two, Mule explores the murky, hedonistic network of drug smuggling and it’s apparent femaleisation. Award-winning playwright Kat Woods explores the complex roles of victimhood, media spin and personal tragedy in this flawless two-hander.
Written by Omnibus Theatre Associate Writer Victoria Willing
Victoria Willing’s dark comedy about war, lost boys and fighting for survival transformed our studio theatre into the best Bed & Breakfast on the Somme. The production garnered widespread critical acclaim and a nomination for Victoria Willing at The Stage Debut Awards 2017 for Best Writer.
An original co-production with Little Angel Theatre
November – December 2017
A young giraffe is sent as a gift from the Pasha of Egypt to the King of France, but Paris is very far away. This brand new adaptation of Dianne Hofmeyr’s much-loved children’s book is told using beautiful hand-made puppets and an original musical score that brings you along Zeraffa’s epic journey across land and sea.
IN ASSOCIATION WITH OMNIBUS THEATRE
Above the Mealy-mouthed Sea
Unholy Mess in association with Omnibus Theatre
August and September 2017; upcoming UK tour
Omnibus Theatre Associate Artists Unholy Mess fuse poetry and song to create this funny, strange and poignant play about growing up and inescapable truths. Audiences are taken on a powerful journey exploring memory, childhood and what happens when we can’t quite get to the punchline.