54.60 AFRICA

22-24 OCTOBER

Rehearsed reading of the Elufowoju jr Ensemble’s new project in development. A 60 minute script in hand R&D presentation featuring exhilarating, heart-stopping cross-cultural pan-African encounters told through story, song, music and dance.

THIS PLACE

27+29 OCTOBER

It’s the last day of Year eleven. It’s a matter of keeping your head down and holding your breath until the gates open.

A collection of poems and short scenes giving centre stage to students you may recognise, and what they really think of This Place.

WHO CARES

28 OCTOBER

The alarm rings. You take a breath. Then it starts. Who Cares examines our care system, the impact of austerity and what happens when a child becomes the parent.

THE GIRL WHO WAS VERY GOOD AT LYING

2-21 NOVEMBER

Join Catriona in her tiny Northern Irish town, as she takes an American tourist on a creative tour of the local area’s history.

Straight from an award-nominated short run as part of Jermyn Street Theatre‘s Footprints Festival. Written by multi-award-nominated Eoin McAndrew, directed by award-winning director Fay Lomas, with a critically acclaimed performance from Rachael Rooney.

MOONGATE MIX

15 NOVEMBER

WeRNotVirus 2: The sequel to last year’s critically acclaimed new-writing event created in response to the Covid related surge in anti-Asian race hate (The Guardian ‘Hottest Front Room Seat’).

VERY SPECIAL GUEST STAR

23 NOVEMBER - 12 DECEMBER

From the writer of Undetectable and My Dad’s Gap Year comes this darkly comedic and wildly sexy show about a suburban gay couple trying to get in with Generation Z by trying to get off with one.

ENGINE ROOM

29 NOVEMBER

Dynamic theatre makers present new work in front of a live audience for the very first time. Discover the next generation of theatre before anyone else.

MOONGATE MIX

6 DECEMBER

Asian Is The New Comedy and Rock n’ Roll: Ease into the festive season with Moongate showcasing a fine evening of Asian stand-up comedians and musicians in a relaxed gig setting.

ENGINE ROOM

13 DECEMBER

Dynamic theatre makers present new work in front of a live audience for the very first time. Discover the next generation of theatre before anyone else.

BACK INTO THE WORLD

30 OCTOBER

A new commission by English Touring Opera for children aged 4 – 8, Back into the World has been created to respond to many of the challenges children have faced during the past year: missing friends, increased anxiety, disruptions to learning, challenges understanding emotions and isolation.

THE THREE BILLY GOATS GRUFF

19 DECEMBER

It’s Christmas Eve in Sweden and Troll is fishing for dinner at his little stream when he gets some very unexpected visitors.

A festive twist on a familiar tale that will fire up your imagination and get your tummy rumbling.

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.

GEORGE CROWLEY, ROB LUFT & TIM GILES

14 NOVEMBER

Part of EFG London Jazz Festival

An evening of forward-thinking, electronically-tinged jazz and improvised music from saxophonist and composer George Crowley, and his newest trio, featuring BBC New Generation artist, guitarist Rob Luft and award-winning drummer Tim Giles.

ALICE ZAWADZKI, SHIRLEY SMART & MISHA MULLOV-ABBADO

21 NOVEMBER

Part of EFG London Jazz Festival

For one night only this fine trio of exceptional and multi-talented London-based string players come to Omnibus Theatre to perform as part of this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival after their popular live-streamed performance at last year’s festival.

SEVEN STEPS BIG BAND

19 DECEMBER

The Seven Steps Big Band returns with a bang to the Omnibus Theatre this December to present an energetic and exciting programme of Swing, Latin, Pop and (of course!) Christmas music.

Now in its 9th year, this dynamic ensemble has grown to become one of the most engaging and entertaining bands performing on the London circuit.

HEARTMUSIC: AN EXPLORATION OF GRIEF THROUGH STORY AND SONG

23 OCTOBER

As artists, Tom and Rachel have easy access to their creative selves to process their grief. The truth is we all are creative, we are all hardwired for story. You are too.

This workshop is a beginning, a road map.

DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

5-7, 12-14, 19-20, 26-28 NOVEMBER
3-5 DECEMBER

Through the power of words, Shanley weaves a fervent story of attraction, longing and regret. A timely British adaptation of Shanley’s visceral and often humorous exploration of abuse and mental illness. Two downtrodden misfits meet by chance and hatch one last desperate plan for salvation.