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May 2018

The Fate We Bring Ourselves

Tue 29 May, 7.30pm

Join performance storyteller Ben Haggarty at his most alarming, as he presents three remixed, extended and explicit Greek myths. This is world-class storytelling: dark, magical and provocative.

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£6

Engine Room

Wed 30 May, 7:30pm

Dynamic and talented theatre makers perform new work in front of an audience, often for the very first time. Engine Room puts you at the heart of the creative process – these artists want to hear what you think. Be part of the conversation.

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 31 May

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true. Join us on the last Thursday of each month for this extraordinary…

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June 2018

La Manche: The Sleeve

Fri 1 - 2 June, 7.30pm

Twenty-one miles (as the gull flies) to France. So near yet so far. Flashback to a golden age of bathing when Channel fever gripped the nation. Expect one woman, witty physical theatre and a gloriously absurd tribute to The Channel.

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The King With Dirty Feet – and other stories of global shoes

Sat 2 Jun, 10.30am

Can you help solve the problem of the king’s dirty feet? Come and explore how shoes are represented in fairytales and myths around the world.

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Shakespearean Summers

3 June, 7.30pm

Following the sell-out success of Debut’s ‘Shakespearean Summers’ at the Shoreditch Treehouse, this popular concert transfers for one night only to Omnibus Theatre. Featuring soprano Lizzie Holmes and special guests.

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Penguinpig

Sun 3 June, 11am & 2pm

A play about the dangers of the Internet for 3-8 year olds, based on the best-selling picture book by Stuart Spendlow. Educational and fun-filled.

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The Yellow Wallpaper

Tue 5 Jun – Sun 24 Jun, 7.30pm (4pm Sundays)

Alice has not formed the correct bond with her baby. That’s what her doctor and husband say. Isolated from her child and banished to the country for ‘rest’, Alice falls further down the rabbit hole of her own mind.

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National Youth Jazz Orchestra Quintet

10 June, 7.30pm

Led by Artistic Director and trumpeter Mark Armstrong, the NYJO quintet is a bijou showcase for some of the hottest up-and-coming musicians the industry, stepping out of NYJO’s big-band setting for one night only.

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Emma Stannard and Keval Shah

17 Jun, 7.30pm

Inspired by Brahms’ Ophelia Lieder, Emma and Keval will go on a journey from innocence to experience with female characters in song. Their programme will also include Schumann’s Frauen- Liebe und Leben and Rossini’s Giovanna D’Arco.

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A Life On The Wind – Telling a Story for Absolute Beginners

Sat 23 June, 10am

Discover the creative process of liberating a story and bringing it back to ‘a life on the wind’.

This interactive workshop will give you the confidence to develop your own unique version of a fairytale, myth or legend through a series of creative, thoughtful and fun practical tasks.

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XOGA

24 Jun, 7.30pm

UK based opera company XOGA presents an evening of opera, song and dance based on Shakespearean couples – Ophelia and Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet… turbulent love stories of jealousy, disappointment, vanity, ambition, chance, fate and madness that with death come to an end.

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£6

Engine Room

Wed 27 June, 7:30pm

Dynamic and talented theatre makers perform new work in front of an audience, often for the very first time. Engine Room puts you at the heart of the creative process – these artists want to hear what you think. Be part of the conversation.

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 28 June

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true. Join us on the last Thursday of each month for this extraordinary…

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July 2018

Sisterhood: Jolie Booth

Tue 17 - Wed 18 July, 7.30pm

Three women, aged 20, 40 and 60 (But not a virgin, mother or hag in sight) set about unpicking the fine weave of existence, re-examining with fresh and furious eyes the threads of gender, fertility, sexual assault, our collective future and the state of feminism today.

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Killymuck

Thu 19 - Fri 20 July, 7.30pm

An Irish housing estate built on a paupers’ graveyard in the 70’s. Niamh navigates life through the parameters of the benefits class. Lack of opportunity, education, impoverishment, addiction and depression are the norms, the struggle to escape becomes priority. From the award-winning writer of Belfast Boy, Wasted and Mule.

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The Rockford File: Presented by Badback Mountain

Sun 22 July, 2pm & 7.30pm

The Rockford File, a funny, poignant evening with two likeable misadventurers. Home truths, outright lies, jokes, exaggerations and superlative live Rocking Country music.

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Everything Is Going To Be KO

Mon 23 July, 7.30pm

Join Kaiya Stone as she reflects on her life from childhood to adulthood, coping with (unknown for the first 20 years) dyslexia, dyspraxia, and ADHD. This is a call to arms for a movement that questions the way we are “supposed” to think. As featured on the BBC.

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Marcus Brigstocke: Devil May Care

Wed 25 - Sun 29 July, 7.30pm

Marcus  Brigstocke, multi-award winning stand-up, presents a work in progress show, performing a brand-new hour of hilarious comedy. As seen on Argumental, Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You and Mock the Week. 

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 26 July

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life-affirming, cathartic and true. Join us on the last Thursday of each month for this extraordinary…

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Gulliver Returns

Sat 28 July, 2pm

A haunting new play about broken dreams, enduring love, and the weird world we live in; inspired by Swift’s savage masterpiece Gulliver’s Travels. From the company behind The Man Who Would Be King (‘Flawless’ The Stage) and The Wonderful Discovery of Witches (‘Spellbinding’ Exeunt) 

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November 2018

Elina Duni & Rob Luft Duo

Sun 18 November, 7.30pm

Elina Duni is a Swiss-Albanian singer. Having been signed to ECM Records since 2012, her hallmark combination of traditional Albanian folk songs and jazz has lead to worldwide critical acclaim. For this new project, she is joined by guitarist Rob Luft, acclaimed as one of the rising stars of London’s flourishing contemporary jazz scene.

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