11-29 Feb

A touching, comic elegy to lost youth and wasted opportunity, from the team behind If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You.

Engine Room

24 Feb

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

Inside This Box

26 Feb

We’re the broken glass and they tip toe in their slippers.

MANdemic: A Drag King Cabaret

28 Feb

Join The Family Jewels for a full-frontal night of comedy, song, and a disarmingly sexy exploration of gendered power.

The Apologists

3-8 Mar

Three monologues, which between them look at the art, expectations, and limitations of a public apology – especially when coming from a high-profile woman.

Can I Help You?

3-21 Mar

One night, two disparate souls intending to throw themselves off a cliff, delve into each other’s past and learn what it truly means to be touched by the magic of hope.

The Importance of Being...Earnest?

10-15 Mar

Hold on to your handbags and hone your Wildean wit in this interactive and hilarious twist on Wilde’s classic.

“Long live this new bonkers form of audience participation.” Culture Fly

Engine Room

24 Mar

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


25 Mar - 11 Apr

Volpone is rich – filthy rich! In lust for more he and his assistant swindle three of the wealthiest men in the city, each believing they are his sole heirs.

Engine Room

28 Apr

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


Once Upon A City

23 Feb

An interactive storytelling session for the under 7s and their families.

Sheku and Friends | Open Rehearsal

25 Feb

Due to phenomenal demand Sheku & Friends are opening the doors to the rehearsal for their hotly anticipated concert at Omnibus Theatre.

Sheku and Friends

25 Feb

Charismatic cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason appears with some special musical friends for an exhilarating evening of chamber music with works by Shostakovich Dvořák and Bloch.

Tenor Madness

1 Mar

Tenor Madness is a piano trio that brings modern jazz inspired by melodies and music-making of long ago.

Mathieu Boogaerts is Back at Omnibus!

8 Mar

The acclaimed French singer-songwriter is coming back to Clapham, with his voice as smooth as a Grand Marnier over ice.

Jeff Rodrigues Trio Play Monk and Henderson

15 Mar

The Jeff Rodrigues Trio present an evening exploring the music of Thelonious Monk and Joe Henderson.

Tim Posner and Ljubica Stojanovic

22 Mar

They will play landmark compositions of the cello repertoire, alongside transcriptions ranging from Beethoven to Tchaikovsky.

The St Matthew Passion: Reimagined

29 Mar

An innovative and imaginative reinterpretation of a classic, Bach’s oratorio comes alive for the 21st Century with choir, orchestra and electronics.

Curimba Trio: Brazilian Night

19 Apr

Curimba Trio play a mix of traditional Brazilian music and jazz, combining pulsing Brazilian rhythms with virtuosic improvisation.


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


Monday Evening Classes

Award-winning film director and experienced mindfulness practitioner Dominic Murphy brings his process to Omnibus Theatre.


27 & 29 Feb


A dark comedy about a 40 something single woman, Yasmin, who is trying her hand at Internet dating whilst working in film and skippering Yachts.

An Evening with Out of the Wings

4 Mar


A friendly and informal opportunity for Out of the Wings to share their work with you, meet new collaborators and make connections as they plan for 2020 and beyond.

From Marchpane to Mutton

11 Mar


Originally created for Shakespeare’s 450th birthday celebrations at the V&A, this lecture centres on what the bard himself would have eaten in his lifetime.

Dresden Today: Art and Architecture

6 May


The city of Dresden celebrated its 800th anniversary in 2006; its eighteenth-century buildings have been faithfully restored…

A Social: For Artists of Colour

27 May

This informal social is for people who identify as artists of colour, working in the theatre industry.