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

MOONGATE MIX

Mon 10 Oct – 7:30pm

STORY CIRCLE: DRUM

Mon 3 Oct – 11am-1pm
Mon 10 Oct – 11am-1pm
Mon 17 Oct – 11am-1pm
Mon 24 Oct – 11am-1pm
Mon 31 Oct – 11am-1pm

SONGS FOR SCATTERED TIMES

Sun 30 Oct – 7pm
Sun 27 Nov – 7pm

JAZZ SUNDAYS

Sun 16 Oct – 1-3pm
Sun 20 Nov – 1-3pm

 

Check out what else is on at Omnibus Theatre →

ART AT OMNIBUS THEATRE

WOMEN OF WAR
by Ola Rondiak
4-16 OCT

Ola Rondiak is a Ukrainian-American artist who has lived in Ukraine for more than 25 years and whose works now span the globe in museums and private collections. Ola launched her career in 2014 during the ‘Euromaidan’ or ‘Revolution of Dignity’ when ordinary Ukrainians took to the streets to protest their government’s pivot to Russia. That government fell and Russia retaliated by annexing Crimea and stoking conflict in the Donbas, Ukraine’s eastern regions. That flared into open war this year when Russia launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022.

For the premiere of Lesia Ukrainka’s play CASSANDRA at Omnibus Theatre, Ola Rondiak created two special works: Cassandra, the heroine of the play, and Lesia, the playwright herself. These monumental and unique artworks continue Ola’s tradition of exhibiting strong women unafraid to speak their mind. Alongside these original works dedicated to the performance of CASSANDRA, this exhibition Women of War includes a series of eight specially curated framed reproductions of original artworks from Ola’s previous collections: Gulag, Identity Interrupted, Behind the Lines and War Women.

Framed reproductions of Ola’s Women of War artworks and the original Cassandra artwork can be purchased through the Ukrainian Institute London’s online charity auction, raising funds to support Live Canon’s production of CASSANDRA.


The Women of War exhibition is running alongside our production of CASSANDRA. Check it out here→