Blood Wedding

4 - 23 Sep

Lorca’s classic tragedy is set in modern day London. Truth and oil always come to the surface.

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So, This Is What Happened

27 Sep

Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true.

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Irish Theatre Season

2 - 28 Oct

Bringing together an extraordinary group of Irish artists, celebrating community, reconciliation and belonging.

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To Have To Shoot Irishmen

2 - 20 Oct

Part of our mini-season of Irish work

A new play with songs by award-winning playwright Lizzie Nunnery.

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Engine Room

8 Oct

Dynamic and talented theatre makers perform new work in front of an audience, often for the very first time.

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Quietly

9 - 27 Oct (excl Mon and Sun)

Part of our mini-season of Irish work

The first London revival of Owen McCafferty’s award-winning play.

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Boundaries

23 - 28 Oct

Part of our mini-season of Irish work

An unflinching account of a woman forced to confront who she was and the person she has become.

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So, This Is What Happened

25 Oct

Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true.

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Perception Festival 2018

30 Oct - 24 Nov

Exceptional artists presenting dynamic pieces of new work painting a vivid picture of what it means to be in a state of isolation and how we respond.

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Unassailable Us

31 Oct

A duet about love, play, vulnerability, need, gender, expectation and support.

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Macbeth: Director's Cut

1 - 2 Nov

A boisterous, playful Macbeth with ribald humour and an undertow of menace.

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Tiny Shows

3 - 4 Nov

Fifty LGBTQ+ creative practitioners, two days, tons of tiny shows spontaneously devised.

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The Pit and the Pendulum

6 - 24 Nov

An exploration of sensory deprivation and isolation in a near pitch black room.

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Top Half of Dogs

7 Nov

The Smog Residency: Scott Turnbull returns for three nights of fast, bizarre and inventive theatre.

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The Smog

8 Nov

The Smog Residency: Scott Turnbull returns for three nights of fast, bizarre and inventive theatre.

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The Talk

9 Nov

A headphone verbatim rollercoaster. Let’s talk about sex education.

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5th Birthday

10 Nov

Join us in celebrating five years of extraordinary theatre at our epic birthday bash for all ages.

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Where Do All The Dead Pigeons Go?

10 Nov

The Smog Residency: Scott Turnbull returns for three nights of fast, bizarre and inventive theatre.

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Fragments of a Complicated Mind

15 Nov

A raw social commentary on sex, social media, femininity and blackness – confronting the expectations placed on black British women.

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Engine Room

19 Nov

Dynamic and talented theatre makers perform new work in front of an audience, often for the very first time.

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Everything I Am

21 Nov

Tash is a queer black woman. She’s also silenced, a lot. Things will change once she starts university though.

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The Real Deal

22 Nov

From Off West End Awards’ Most Promising New Playwright 2018: Katie Bonna.

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David Glass Workshops

26 - 28 Nov

This is a rare chance to catch David Glass in the UK teaching two of his most popular workshops: Physical Theatre and Devising.

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The Selfish Giant

28 Nov - 24 Dec

Following last year’s award-winning Christmas show, Omnibus Theatre hosts an enchanting new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s short story The Selfish Giant.

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So, This Is What Happened

29 Nov

Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true.

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So, This Is What Happened

20 Dec

Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true.

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Sleepyhead

30 Sep

As soon as Dad’s out of the way, Baby gets his hands on the magic top hat, and when his friend Rabbit shows up the fun and games really begin!

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Invisible Me

21 Oct

Bo is bored of the ordinary. He wants to stay up late, eat biscuits and conquer the world. One rainy afternoon, an invisible friend comes bursting into his life, turning Bo’s ordinary world upside down.

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Ice Island

24 Oct

Samantha has found herself alone on an island. She’s feeling incredibly lonely, that is until she discovers she’s landed on an island full of strange creatures.

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The Selfish Giant

28 Nov - 24 Dec

Following last year’s award-winning Christmas show, Omnibus Theatre hosts an enchanting new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s short story The Selfish Giant.

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Quarteto De Bossa Nova

2 Sep

An unmissable celebration of Brazil and Bossa Nova. This promises to be a hip-swaying, foot-tapping night of rhythmical magic.

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Samba Azul

9 Sep

A rhythm-centric, Brazilian-inspired jazz outfit that brings everything about the spirit of Rio to the heart of London.

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Secret Songs

16 Sep

Multi award-winning jazz singer Miriam Ast and acclaimed Spanish pianist Victor Gutierrez.

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Renato D'Aiello Quartet

23 Sep

A classy jazz quartet with a fiery Italian leader bring all their tuneful innovation and rhythm to south London.

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Andrey Lebedev and Lotte Betts-Dean

30 Sep

Lotte and Andrey present a concert of ancient and modern music for guitar and voice.

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Liam Dunachie Quartet

7 Oct

Four innovative and highly acclaimed musicians on the British jazz scene, including bassist Misha Mullov-Abbado.

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You Are Wolf

14 Oct

Kerry Andrew performs traditional songs about waterfall banshees, killer female water sprites and drowning boys.

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The Coach House Company

21 Oct

Fusing traditional jigs, reels and folksongs with instrumental virtuosity and upbeat rhythms.

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Bach To The Future

28 Oct

Featuring Fenella Humphreys, winner of BBC Music Magazine’s Instrumental Award 2018.

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Joanna Eden

4 Nov

Joanna Eden’s uniquely soulful voice and songs have “melody, mystery and bite” according to Mojo magazine.

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The Soldier's Tale

11 Nov

London Young Sinfonia present a new production of Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale.

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Elina Duni and Rob Luft Duo

18 Nov

EFG London Jazz Festival

A combination of traditional Albanian folk songs and jazz.

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Alice Zawadzki and Misha Mullov-Abbado

25 Nov

EFG London Jazz Festival

Multi award-winning bass player, composer and arranger Mullov-Abbado is joined by a vocalist labelled “the phenomenon”.

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Handel's Messiah: Reimagined 2018

2 Dec

A unique musical event that fuses together traditional choral and contemporary music to create an innovative interpretation of a classic.

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Seven Steps Big Band At Christmas

16 Dec

Return following their sell-out Christmas special last year. A really exciting programme of Swing, Latin, Funk and (of course!) Christmas music.

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A Plateful of Jazz

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

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Visual Arts: The Haunted House

Homeless Diamonds Magazine and the 3rd annual Anshu Asthana Memorial Exhibition

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End The Silence

15 - 26 Aug

Following the critically acclaimed performance of Healed, the second play in the restoration series, Agape Theatre Company are pleased to return to Omnibus Theatre with End The Silence, to complete the trilogy.

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Overdrive

27 Aug

Frankenstein for the digital generation, asking what it is to be human in the deathless world of the digital future.

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Clapham Old Town Fair

1 Sept

Featuring over 40 stalls, live music acts, rides, sports activities and Vauxhall City Farm there is something for the whole family.

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Lambeth Local History Fair

1 Sept

During the day there will be talks in the theatre, guided local walks, historical displays and books for sale.

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Messages to Federico

10 Sep

An evening of poetry, talk and song in homage to Federico Garcia Lorca, hosted by Michael Glover.

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