EDINBURGH PREVIEWS

Get one Jump ahead of Edinburgh Festival Fringe this Summer at Omnibus Theatre.

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, giving Londoner’s the first chance to revel in imaginative productions before anyone else.

Supporting new work and adventurous artists is at the heart of what we do, which is why each year we provide a stage for creators to test out their work ahead of the Fringe. Join us for some unforgettable and affordable theatre, with all tickets at £9 or less.

Tue 16 - Sat 28 Jul
£9, £7 concession

Phoenix

16 July

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. 

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Holly Morgan: Is A Witch. Get Her!

17 July

Following a celebrated VAULT Festival run, comedian Holly Morgan summons your favourite witches to take on the patriarchy through song. Stand up Stevie Nicks!

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With Child

17 July

Clare Pointing brings her bold and thought-provoking solo show With Child to the Omnibus Theatre, introducing six very different women with just one thing in common.  

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The BonBons Cabaret: On Tour

18 July

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. 

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Algorithms

18 July

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. 

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Madame Chandelier’s Rough Guide to the Opera

19 July

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! 

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Crashing The Party

19 July

A hilarious patchwork of stories about twelve years in a chaotic and much-loved sketch team, and what happens when the never-ending party ends. 

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The Red

22 - 26 July

Marcus Brigstocke writes and directs this bittersweet award-winning drama of family and addiction. Edinburgh Previews. 

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Bible John

22 - 23 July

A riotous, furious, joyful exploration of true crime, gender and one of Scotland’s darkest mysteries. 

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Trying It On

23 - 24 July

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? “A triumph” – The Guardian

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Passengers

25 - 27 July

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

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Loyisa Gola: Work In Progress

26 July

“Behind his playful bewildered style is a brilliant comic brain” **** The Scotsman As seen on Netflix, Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week

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Yukon Ho!

27 July

How ‘Intrepid Jen’ danced her way out of the frozen Yukon.

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Anuvab Pal: Work In Progress

27 July

***** ‘This isn’t just witty humour – it’s genius’ – Edinburgh Festival Magazine

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Ari Eldjarn: Work in Progress

27 July

As seen on Mock the Week. Iceland’s biggest comedian returns to the Fringe after sold-out debut runs

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She Sells Sea Shells

28 July

Mary Anning’s discoveries changed the way we understand the universe. Then she was written out of history. Nearly.

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