Petal is a story about cyberbullying, reality TV and suicide.
SAD is a new play by Victoria Willing, directed by Marie McCarthy at the Clapham Omnibus.
Junk finds his rock bottom on top of the world in this blistering new play.
The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach… Inspired by real-life events, Fiji is an entrancing weekend away that blends True Crime with First Dates to deliver a delicious…
There’s something truly life-affirming about theatre that entertains and makes you think.
LAVENDER is a crude and chaotic history lesson in the lives of two young queers.
In a desperate attempt to bring some spark back to their all-too-cosy married life, professional millennials Michael and Phil switch a sherry on the couch for a night on the town.
Daddy Issues is a drag king, comedy and performance art show about how I was called to move out from the church and go live in a sea-facing apartment above a gay bar.
In addition to much discussion of the play itself, Peter Gill’s Small Change at the Omnibus Theatre Clapham had the bar buzzing with anecdotes from people recalling what their mo…
Striking performance poetry, disarming comedy, and a celebration of gender fluidity from a Transwoman playfully establishing her own voice.
Enter a dreamlike world where the ordinary appears extraordinary.
The night where LGBTQ+ adults read aloud their real teenage diaries, poetry & fanfic.
A one woman production of Swan Lake.
Vera is 15, her parents are separating and she must choose which one to live with. The only person that can help her make that choice? A drag queen called Margaret Twatcher.
Sprezzatura Productions’ award-winning queer play featuring the original letters from Virgina Woolf and Vita Sackville-West’s steamy love affair, and the trials and tribulation…
The gentle gathering of a personal fairytale moment, through a friendly chat about stories and how they connect with us.
Fun, female, fearless and completely improvised.
Shutters: A Lesbian Rock Opera explores love, lesbian spaces, and the songs that shape our lives.
This radical and imaginative adaptation of Great Expectations dives into the heart of literature’s most unforgettable heroine - Estella.
Our regular scratch programme, where dynamic and talented theatre makers present daring, new work in the first stages of development.
OffWestEnd commended Conflicted Theatre are delighted to return to Omnibus Theatre following their success with Fiji, reuniting once more with Pedro Leandro.
Peter Gills’ powerful memory play, set on the east side of Cardiff in the 1950s and the 1970s, about boy-hood, the complex relationships between mothers and sons and the search f…
You only get a few chances to hear performances of this quality in such welcoming surroundings.
In the North of the City, Princess Lila has a huge dilemma; she has many splendid and hilarious jokes which she has practiced to perfection, but everyone in the palace is either to…
Dynamic and talented theatre makers and writers present daring, new work in the first stages of development.
Rebecca still has nightmares about Amina and the unnerving events that unfolded in her classroom.
Untapped and Edinburgh Stage Award winners, Nouveau Riché will hand pick a mix of emerging artists and theatre makers to present daring new work in front of an audience for the ve…
Following our award-winning success crafting beautiful Winter shows comes The Little Prince, a blend of enchanting storytelling, music and a dash of festive magic.
Inspired by the real-life meeting between Armin Meiwes and Bernd Brandes on March 9, 2001 in Rotenburg, Germany - Fiji welcomes us into modern da…
The prospect of a two-act monologue that lasts around two and a quarter, an interval, is perhaps daunting for both the actor and aficionados of the genre alike.
A poignant Irish black comedy
Gutted a black comedy explores the lives of three strong women who work in a fish factory in 1980’s Dublin.
And she grew to be a girl, my daughter, my Mary.
Emily wakes up one bright autumn morning to find that her feet can’t touch the ground, and no one can understand why.
The Cocoa Butter Club brings you a fierce line up celebrating feminine attitude.
You are invited to this riotous wreckage of marriage in the 21st century.
What happens when Ivan marries a frog? Big sounds, a wicked racket! Urban meets forest.
50 years on, playwright David Edgar looks back at his revolutionary 20s. Has the world
changed? Has he? And why did his generation vote Brexit?
Glamorous pop icon Nico (Velvet Underground) and radical feminist Valerie Solanas (SCUM Manifesto) collide in this unconventional dark comedy about fame, failure, and feminism.
Advice taken and ignored, tellings off, pep talks and tales of her past. We were always scared of sounding just like her but maybe she was right about some things.
Inspired and informed by women who have lived through the criminal justice system, Somalia Seaton’s latest play is a tender exploration of motherhood in a world that is closing i…
The problem with love is that it’s different for everyone.
Out of the Wings presents its fourth annual festival, exploring untapped theatre from the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world.
Shakespeare’s gripping tragedy is remixed by Intermission Theatre Company, breathing fresh life into the stories of Othello, Iago and Desdemona in this new production directed by…
Ever since Katie was cast as the lead in her primary school Christmas show ‘Santa’s Snow Mobile’ she believed there was a place for her in show business.
Possibly less famous than Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, Andy Barrett’s Tony’s Last Tape has much in common with it; not least the obsession each of the eponymous heroes had …
The programme notes aptly describe The Orchestra at the Omnibus Theatre, which might be regarded as one of Jean Anouilh’s more incidental pieces.
This festive season you and your families are invited to step into a theatrical world where giants are your neighbours and a once beautiful garden is stuck in everlasting winter.
Fragments of a Complicated Mind is the first of any works I have come across by multidisciplinary artist Damilola DK Fashola, exploring the many facets of blackness and how it is p…
Creation Theatre’s The Pit and the Pendulum is an immersive adaption of Edgar Allan Poe’s work of the same title.
Quietly is set in a pub in Belfast.
To Have To Shoot Irishmen opens the Irish Theatre Season at the Omnibus Theatre, Clapham.
Some productions are enhanced when a director changes the contexts of a play.
Looking at a beautifully lit and visually enticing set on a traverse stage, this production of Gauhar Jaan - The Datia Incident looks very promising.
Scandal and Gallows theatre company
shines as a remarkably talented team in this production of The Overcoat by rising star scriptwriter George Johnston, who has
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