Loading Events
Find Events

Event Views Navigation

Event Category

Reset Filters

Past Events

Events List Navigation

January 2018

Cello and Guitar Recital (Hire Event)

Sun 7 Jan, 5pm - 7pm

Join us for an afternoon of music for cello and guitar. Program will include original works and arrangements by Heitor Villa-Lobos, Jaime Zenamon, Enrique Granados, Friedrich Burgmüller, J.S. Bach, and…

Find out more »

The Covent Garden Consort

Sun 7 Jan, 7.30pm

The Covent Garden Consort, comprising four accomplished singers and an accompanist from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden has achieved considerable success and performed at numerous venues, across the UK and abroad, to great acclaim.

Find out more »

Engine Room

Wed 22 Nov, 7.30pm
Be part of the conversation. 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… Find out more »

Sacha Rattle

Sun 14 Jan, 7.30pm

The Rattle-Özsuca duo, known to “experience every phrase and every timbre in complete harmony”, will be joined by violinist Jacqueline Ross and poet Nicki Heinen for an evening of music and spoken word. 

Find out more »

The Overcoat

Tue 9 - Thu 18 Jan, 7.30pm | 4pm Sundays

A delightfully dark and absurdist staging of Nikolai Gogol’s famous short story, a bitingly funny commentary on social disparity that’s still all too relevant today.

Find out more »

The Abbott O’Gorman Duo

Sun 21 Jan, 4pm

The Abbott O’Gorman Piano Duo presents a thrilling afternoon of musical delights with a programme to include works by Dvorak and Ravel featuring selections from Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals, scenes from West Side Story, and Gershwin’s immortal Rhapsody in Blue.

Find out more »

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 25 Jan, 7.30pm

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories.

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 28 Jan, 12.30pm - 3.30pm

Join local jazz band Baraka in our Café area performing original tunes and improve with distinctive Afro-Latin sounds.

Find out more »

Badback Mountain

Tue 23 - Sun 28 Jan, 7.30pm | 4pm Sunday

A funny and poignant evening of Alt Country music and canny theatrics in the company of two vigorous and very British misadventurers.

Find out more »

Alinka Rowe and Friends

Sun 28 Jan, 7.30pm

Charismatic young violist Alinka Rowe features in an evening of chamber music with her friends, pianist Thomas Ang and the Ischia Quartet, performing masterpieces by Beethoven, Britten, Rebecca Clarke and Herbert Howells.

Find out more »
February 2018

96 Festival Launch

Thu 1 Feb, 7.30pm

Join us on Thursday 1st February to celebrate the launch of 96 Festival, a festival of theatre and music that champions progress, achievement and possibility for everyone.

Find out more »

Question 13: What is The Substance of Bisexuality?

Fri 2 Feb, 7.30pm

In this solo conversation-musical, which is totally a thing, bisexual theatre maker Jenifer Toksvig asks all the really big and important questions…

Find out more »

Drag Me To Love

Sat 3 Feb, 7.30pm

This autobiographical show combines drag performance with theatrical storytelling. Set against a backdrop of pop anthems and glitter, we follow Cameron as he throws himself into a pair of 6-inch stilettos. 

Find out more »

Tiny LGBTQ+ Shows

Sat 3 – Sun 4 Feb, 10am – 6pm

Fifty LGBTQ+ creative practitioners, two days to write and rehearse and tons of tiny LGBTQ+ shows spontaneously devised by collaborators who may have only just met.

Find out more »

Performance an Exhibiton by Philip O’Reilly

Fri 5 Jan - Sun 4 Feb, 10am - 6pm

Philip O’Reilly presents his new exhibition entitled Performance. I became interested in Mime and Visual Theatre and Puppetry amongst other things many years ago but never imagined I would ever…

Find out more »

The Pink Singers

Sun 4 Feb, 7.30pm

The Pink Singers are an LGBTQ+ choir based in London. Singing since 1983, they’re the longest-running LGBTQ+ choir in Europe.

Find out more »

BRUCE

Fri 9 Feb, 9pm

Georgia Bruce takes the traditional character comedy formula, queers it up, shakes it up and adds a healthy dose of Dolly Parton for good measure.

Find out more »

Afternoon Readings with The LGBTQ Arts Review

Sat 10 Feb, 1pm - 6pm

Amie Taylor and Ellie Keele present an afternoon of readings of exciting new work by vibrant artists at various stages of development.

Find out more »

I Guess Ideally I’d Be Me

Sat 10 Feb, 9pm

Hal Coase and Mary Higgins present a night of poetry readings and monologues about desire, doubt, and what they want to tell each other.

Find out more »

Queertet

Sun 11 Feb, 7.30pm

The Queertet brings together a collection of London’s finest LGBTQ+ musicians to present a unique evening celebrating everything queer about jazz!

Find out more »

Expressions: An Exhibition

5 Feb - 5 March | 10am - 6pm

This months exhibition is a group show featuring the work of six local artists, each exploring the many faces of identity. With a wonderful, diverse mix of artworks Expressions is not one to miss. 

Find out more »

HIP

Fri 16 Feb, 9pm

Your host Jolie Booth welcomes you into her squat in 2002, before transporting you away in space and time, to the home of Anne Clarke during 70s Bohemian Brighton. A semi-autobiographical one-woman show based around found objects.

Find out more »

Once Upon a City

Sun 18 Feb, 11 am & 2pm

Join us in this interactive storytelling session, as we follow the story of one brilliant princess in her journey from the North to the South of the City to meet another, equally brilliant princess.  

Find out more »

Gildas Quartet

Sun 18 Feb, 7.30pm

Featuring work from LGBTQ+ composers Britten and Ades, and followed by Janacek, full of themes of jealousy, love and deception.

Find out more »

Engine Room

Mon 19 February, 7:30 pm

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.

Find out more »

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 22 Feb, 7.30pm

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories.

Find out more »

The Other Team

Fri 23 Feb, 9pm

Jessy and Nicholas are Grown Up Gays. They feel like they’ve been there, done that, got the queershirt.

Find out more »

Hotter

Sat 24 Feb, 9pm

Devised by Mary Higgins and Ell Potter, HOTTER is a show about blushing, sweating, pinkness and pleasure. It’s about your body and being able to love it and laugh at it.

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 25 Feb, 12.30pm - 3.30pm

Join local jazz band Baraka in our Café area performing original tunes and improve with distinctive Afro-Latin sounds.

Find out more »

The Soul of Wittgenstein

Tue 6 – Sun 25 Feb, 7.30pm | 4pm Sundays

1941. Guy’s Hospital, London. A battered copy of War and Peace, an illiterate Cockney dying of cancer, and a philosopher handing out pills. Is this all that defines them, or could they become something more? 

Find out more »

Tell Me the Truth About Love

Sun 25 Feb, 7.30pm

A new play by Sue Blundell celebrating the relationship between the composer Benjamin Britten and his long-term partner, tenor Peter Pears.

Find out more »

Learning to Swim in the Abyss (A Live Improv Death Show)

Mon 26 – Wed 28 Feb, 7.30pm

An improvised solo show about life and death, grief and joy, and making some sense of the space in between.  

Find out more »
March 2018

The North! The North!

Thu 1 - Sat 3 Mar, 7.30pm

In 1985, a fissure formed at England’s centre and split the North from the South…

Find out more »

Tom Smith Septet

Sun 4 Mar, 7.30pm

Drawing from the swing and blues traditions, Tom Smith Septet’s unbounded energy and enthusiasm will get your head nodding and your feet tapping.

Find out more »

Tom and Bunny Save the World

Wed 7 – Fri 9 Mar, 7.30pm

As 2018 falls to a zombie apocalypse, Tom and Bunny begin their perilous journey to Yorkshire in quest of sanctuary and a proper cup of tea.

Find out more »

Get a Proper Job: Discuss

Sat 10 Mar, 7.30pm

Two girls graduate from university. The possibilities seem endless. Mum and Dad couldn’t be prouder. Two months later, Stella the Court Jester has messed up her moves for an audition and Alice is still hopeful for the part of Old Woman 2. “Get a proper Job” rings in their ears. Come and join us for an evening of confrontation and conversation about young people pursuing artistic careers and the barriers that they face. Grab a drink, hear from a varied panel of professionals, and laugh with us as we tackle the impossible.

Find out more »

Daniel Casimir’s Escapee Project

Sun 11 Mar, 7.30pm

Dan Casimir plays with passion and power that shines through not only in his compositions but also in the energy he brings to his live performances.

Find out more »

Engine Room

Mon 12 March, 7:30 pm

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.

Find out more »

Beyond Borders: Improbable Devoted and Disgruntled Conference

Tue 13 March, 6pm | FREE EVENT

Improbable present the Improbable Devoted and Disgruntled conference – asking “What Are We Going To Do About Borders?”

Devoted & Disgruntled is a nationwide conversation about theatre and the performing arts, run by theatre company Improbable.

Find out more »

Beyond Borders: Private Dancers – Belly Dance to Burlesque

Wed 14 March, 7:30pm

Egyptian trained belly dancer, burlesque star and academic Faustina Fahrenheit will take dancers of all levels of experience through the history and practice of Middle Eastern and Western erotic dance forms.

Find out more »

Beyond Borders: Drawing A Veil

Thu 15 March, 7pm

Talks and life drawing class led by #InkyLayla. When a woman wears the veil she is seen as oppressed. When Salome wears seven veils she’s seen as sexy.

Find out more »

Beyond Borders: Lipstick – A Modern Fairytale of Iran

Fri 16 - Sat 17 March, 4pm & 7:30pm

Part theatre, part drag cabaret, Lipstick: a fairy tale of modern Iran is inspired by time writer/director Sarah Chew spent in Tehran during the Green Uprising of 2010.

Find out more »

My Dad, The Magician

Sun 18 Mar, 11am & 2.30pm

The year is 1991. Tom is 11 years old. His Dad is a magician and Tom is his assistant. Using handmade magic tricks, live music, cassette players, DJ skills, audience interaction and a rabbit called Horace, this nostalgically inventive show tells the story of the man behind the magician.

Find out more »

Alcyona Mick & Tori Freestone Duo

Sun 18 Mar, 7.30pm

Tori and Alcyona are both highly in demand musicians, working at the forefront of the London jazz scene.

Find out more »

Beyond Borders: Amie Taylor – Storytelling for 3-7 Year Olds

Sun 25 March, 10:30am

Amie Taylor is a storyteller and theatremaker, and makes performance for both children and grown ups. She is also the Editor of The LGBTQ Arts Review. This event is aimed at 3-7 year olds and their families. It will take the fairytale elements of Lipstick as a starting point to exploring themes of cultural and gender integration, through storytelling, puppetry and creative play.

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 25 Mar, 12.30pm - 3.30pm

Join local jazz band Baraka in our Café area performing original tunes and improve with distinctive Afro-Latin sounds.

Find out more »

Misha Mullov-Abbado Group

Sun 25 Mar, 7.30pm

The Misha Mullov-Abbado Group is made up of some of the finest, multi-award-winning musicians in London, and under Misha’s direction (winner of the 2014 Kenny Wheeler Prize, 2014 Dankworth Prize and a 2017 BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist) the group performs his original compositions and arrangements with a broad variety of influences.

Find out more »

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 29 Mar, 7.30pm

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories.

Find out more »

The Fever

Tue 27 – Thu 29 Mar, 7.30pm

Only two years ago the World Bank declared that nearly two billion people live on less than $2 a day. In 2017, can we still claim ignorance of the deprivation and exploitation around the world? A pertinet play that examines our mostly unacknowledged collusion with a pervasive situation.

Find out more »

Mortgage

Fri 30 – Sat 31 Mar, 7.30pm

A horror-farce which draws on theatre of cruelty, magic and sacrifice.

Find out more »
April 2018

The Dissolute Society presents: Huw Warren solo + Warren/Jagozinska/Clarkson (Hire)

Fri Apr 6th - 8pm

The Dissolute Society presents: Huw Warren solo + Warren/Jagozinska/Clarkson April 6th @Clapham Omnibus Theatre (Music Room) Doors 8pm Music 8.30pm £10/£7 concessions Huw Warren – piano Zosia Jagodzinska – cello…

Find out more »

Healed (Hire)

Tue 3 Apr - Sun 8 Apr, 7.30pm | 6.00pm Sunday

HEALED Ophelia, Bridget & Sajmal are now free of the bars and chains that held them captive in Asylum, they now seek healing and empowerment in order to move on…

Find out more »

Joy Ellis

Sun 15 Apr, 7.30pm

London based pianist, singer and composer Joy Ellis has toured all over the world playing jazz.

Find out more »

Gabrielle Ducomble

Sun 22 Apr, 7.30pm

Charismatic and sophisticated … leaving audiences spellbound in her wake’ – Jazz FM Tonight, a little bit of Paris comes to your home town..

Find out more »

Kaleidoscope

Mon 23 Apr, 11am, 12pm, 1pm & 2pm

Inspired by research into how a baby’s sense of sight develops and how they instinctively begin to categorise colour, watch as your baby enters the multicoloured world of Kaleidoscope.

Find out more »

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 26 Apr, 7.30pm

True stories told by you. Ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories.

Find out more »

Shadwell Opera Double Bill

Thu 26 - Fri 27 Apr, 7.30pm

Award-winning company Shadwell Opera present their sell-out production of Janacek’s dramatic song cycle, The Diary of One Who Vanished, as well as a newly commissioned piece by Edward Nesbit.

Find out more »

The First Indian Diva – The Courtesan and the Recording Industry

Tue 3 – Sat 28 Apr, 10am-6pm

The exhibition The First Diva – The Courtesan and the Recording Industry will run throughout April in our cafe space to accompany the production of Gauhar Jaan – The Datia Incident.

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 29 Apr, 12.30pm - 3.30pm

Join us for coffee, the papers and some Sunday relaxation. Battersea Jazz Collective play in our Café area, performing classic standards and original tunes with their own distinctive sound.

Find out more »

A Damned Mob of Scribbling Women

Sun 29 Apr, 7.30pm

Lucy Goddard and Siwan Rhys present a recital for voice and piano in celebration of women writers

Find out more »

Gauhar Jaan – The Datia Incident

Tue 10 – Sun 29 Apr | 7.30pm, 4pm Sundays

Gauhar Jaan: The Datia Incident is a multilingual play fused with live music and dance that celebrates the early 20th century musical revolution, and the remarkable story of a talented musician who only ever craved control over her own fate.

Find out more »
May 2018

Clapham Book Festival | The Writing Game

Sat 12 May, 11am – 12noon

Looking to find someone to publish your fiction or non-fiction writing? Leading industry experts Philip Gwyn Jones, editor-at-large at Scribe UK, and agent Lucy Luck share all the do’s and don’ts of publication and open up the writing world.

Find out more »

Clapham Book Festival | Word Force

Sat 12 May, 12.15pm – 1.15pm

Critically acclaimed award-winning poet and presenter of Poetry Extra on BBC Radio 4 Extra Daljit  Nagra and poet, writer, performer, theatre maker and poet Cecilia Knapp talk together about writing and loving poetry, reading and performing.  

Find out more »

Clapham Book Festival | Crime Land

Sat 12 May, 2pm – 3pm

BBC arts and Guardian journalist and author Mark Lawson and London-based crime writer Vaseem Khan, author of the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency explore – forensically – motives, locations and moralities… in the crime they write.  

Find out more »

Clapham Book Festival | The Dark Flood Rises

Sat 12 May, 3.30pm – 4.30pm

Bestselling author Natasha Cooper talks to Dame Margaret Drabble about her writing life and the relevant and topical themes and issues of her latest work The Dark Flood Rises.

Find out more »

Clapham Book Festival | Walls Have Ears

Sat 12 May, 5pm - 6pm

Simon Berthon, BAFTA-winner and Clapham-based author of Warlords and Allies at War, discusses the defence of the realm before and after World War II with award-winning author and journalist Henry Hemming and acclaimed war biographer Clare Mulley.  

Find out more »

Clapham Book Festival | A Room in the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Deborah Moggach OBE

Sat 12 May, 7pm - 8pm

Deborah Moggach OBE takes us inside her extensive and highly successful writing career, spanning Tulip Fever and many other novels, her latest being Something To Hide.

Find out more »

Memories of Fiction: The Living Library

Wed 9 May - Sun 13 May

Omnibus Theatre transforms into a ‘living’ library. Be taken on a sensory journey around the building and explore powerful stories of comfort, discovery, self-learning and escape, translated from memories of local readers who were asked about what they valued about reading and why.

Find out more »

Robert and Elizabeth: Let Me Count The Ways

Sun 13 May, 7.30pm

This is the story of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett, portrayed in words and music from their letters and poems, and from Ron Grainer’s musical ‘Robert and Elizabeth’, with the help of John David.
To be followed by a Q&A led by Dr Simon Avery.

Find out more »

Royal Photographic Society Exhibition: City Life

Mon 14 May - Mon 11 June

The Royal Photographic Society is one of the world’s oldest photographic societies, founded in 1853. The South West London group is a lively sub group which holds exhibitions at varied locations in London. This exhibition aims to show various aspects of City Life, in many different cities, and represent a single image from 19 photographers.

Find out more »

Terence Upton – Contemporary Art Exhibition

18 May - 20 May

Display and exhibition of Art Paintings, Art Objects and Photographs. Created and produced by local artist Terence Upton.

Find out more »

A Substitute For Life

Tue 15 - Thu 17 May, 7.30pm

Born to affluence in the middle of the nineteenth century, Francis has always used his love of books as a means of insulating himself from real life. But books can’t protect him when a family accident brings him face to face with reality. Tim Hardy plays Francis Kenworthy, directed by Alison Skilbeck.

Find out more »

The Non Parent Trap

Fri 18 May, 7.30pm

When tabloid magazines conjure celebrity pregnancies out of post-dinner bloats, when the leader of the free world might grab your pussy at any moment, every woman’s reproductive status seems to be public property.
This funny and poignant show from writer/performer/broadcaster Nina Davis explores our modern obsession with other people’s procreation.

Find out more »

Bicycles And Fish

Fri 18 May, 9pm

How I became a woman. A period piece. With songs.
Combining comedy, storytelling and original songs, writer Katie Arnstein wants to talk about why feminism is discovered so much later than misogyny and how we might change that.

Find out more »

Perfect

Sun 20 May, 11am and 2pm

An imaginative retelling of the book by Nicola Davies and Cathy Fisher. Perfect is a remarkable story of anticipation and disappointment, acceptance and love, and the power of nature in all our lives.

Find out more »

The Power Behind The Crone

Sun 20 May, 5pm

This one-woman show sets out to disprove that “there are no good parts in Shakespeare for older women.” The Power Behind The Crone opened the 2016 RADA Festival and played in Edinburgh Fringe Assembly Rooms 2017.

Find out more »

Into The Melting Pot

Sun 20 May, 8pm

Music and storytelling inspired by the women of medieval Spain. The Telling are five musicians and an actress who come together to highlight the rich cultural heritage of the Spanish peninsula.

Find out more »

[Working Title]

Tue 22 May, 7.30pm

An evening of writing in development from distinctive new voices.

Find out more »

The Man On The Moor

Wed 23 - Thu 24 May, 7.30pm

In December 2015, an elderly man was found dead on Saddleworth Moor. Train tickets in his pockets showed he’d travelled 200 miles, apparently just to die.
Written and performed by Max Dickins, this powerful drama looks at how people come to disappear and the impact on those they leave behind.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »
£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.

Find out more »

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…

Find out more »
June 2018

The Dissolute Society presents: Soldiering On (Album Launch)

1 Jun, 8.30pm

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.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 3 June, 1pm

Sit back and relax in our cosy bar and grab yourself a bite to eat. Now pick up a coffee (or something a little stronger), as we serve up a warming Sunday lunchtime Plateful of Jazz.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 17 June, 12.30pm

Sit back and relax in our cosy bar and grab yourself a bite to eat. Now pick up a coffee (or something a little stronger), as we serve up a warming Sunday lunchtime Plateful of Jazz.

Find out more »

Lotte Betts-Dean and Keval Shah

17 Jun, 7.30pm

Mezzo soprano Lotte Betts-Dean and pianist Keval Shah present a programme of art song from around the world, examining a woman’s journey from innocence to experience.

Find out more »

Elspeth Spottiswood

18 June - 9 July, 10am - 6pm

Elspeth Spottiswood was born and brought up in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. A solitary child she spent much of time drawing and painting. After the war she went to Camberwell School of…

Find out more »

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 24 June, 1pm

Sit back and relax in our cosy bar and grab yourself a bite to eat. Now pick up a coffee (or something a little stronger), as we serve up a warming Sunday lunchtime Plateful of Jazz.

Find out more »

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.

Find out more »

Let’s Act Drama School

Mon 25 Jun, 5.00pm & 6.15pm

Let’s Act Stage School present LAMDA Work

Find out more »
£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.

Find out more »

So, This is What Happened…

Thu 28 June, 7.30pm

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…

Find out more »
July 2018

A Plateful of Jazz

Sun 1 July, 1pm

Sit back and relax in our cosy bar and grab yourself a bite to eat. Now pick up a coffee (or something a little stronger), as we serve up a warming Sunday lunchtime Plateful of Jazz.

Find out more »

Beauty and the Beast

5 - 14 July, 7.30pm

Tenth Muse Productions returns to The Omnibus Theatre with a new adaptation of Beauty and The Beast. Based on the original story – this version is sensual and dark and staged in true Gothic Horror style. Featuring an accomplished international cast – this is truly a show not to be missed.

Find out more »

Omnibus Writers’ Group

Mondays, 4 June - 9 July, 7pm

Are you working on a play or looking for inspiration with the next one? The Omnibus Writers’ Group has been devised to support writers with new work. Whether you are established or just starting out, we can help you focus, get your ideas on paper and move forward with your drafts. Six weekly sessions, led by Saffron and Mike, take place on Monday evenings at the Omnibus Theatre, Old Town Clapham.

Find out more »
+ Export Events

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

Don’t miss a thing – sign up to the Omnibus Theatre newsletter for the latest updates and offers on our shows.

Not right now!

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

Don’t miss a thing – sign up to the Omnibus Theatre newsletter for the latest updates and offers on our shows.

Not right now!

Resize font