Down in the village just a whisper of a wolf will cause a panic! Join us for a magical adventure and find out what happens when Jack cries WOLF!
The story follows a brave young boy on his journey to meet the darkness in his basement, and watches as he eventually learns to befriend it.
Steam Down return to the Albany for a special homecoming gig.
The pick of the Cabaret Playroom season.
A special fundraiser from Squeeze front-man, Glenn Tilbrook with support from emerging South East London musicians
Night on Boob Mountain is a surreal and raucous teen horror gig theatre show set on the island of Teendom.
The Grimm Sisters present their marvellous mix of storytelling, comedy & live music. Socially distanced, interactive outdoor theatre - perfect for 2021!
Tomorrow’s Warriors are proud to present the return of Romarna Campbell in our in-person gigs series, Live at the Albany.
Deptford Lounge Library presents this year Summer Reading Challenge “Wild World Heroes”, alongside the World Wildlife Fund and the Reading Agency working together to inspire yo…
Join poet Adam Kammerling as he launches his debut collection Seder, alongside a gang of hyper-talented poets and musicians.
An evening of organically improvised live jazz and groove music. Led by saxophonist Quinn Oulton, and featuring some of the finest creative minds of the UK jazz scene.
As global temperatures rise, the quality and quantity of our crops decreases.
Everybody clap your pans – it’s time for The Rascally Diner! Join chef Rufus in this fun-filled, messy performance about food.
Musician and sound activist Charles Hayward presents a wild mix of genre fluid music from the London underground and beyond.
Come and enjoy live, classical music in a relaxed, lunchtime performance with City of London Sinfonia.
Four local ‘Sing Out’ community choirs are singing together to celebrate Make Music Day 2021. As part of the Albany’s Summer in the Garden.
Come together. Write Now! A brand new event, the POETRY PICNIC! A snack heavy celebration of music and poetry, with poet Simon Mole and musician Gecko.
In the first of our in-person gigs in the Live at the Albany series, Tomorrow’s Warriors are proud to present Xhosa Cole.
A new work-in-progress sharing of poetry and dance by Adam Kammerling and a hyper-dynamic cohort of truly incredible artists.
Birds’ Eye View and the Albany are coming together to deliver two free screenings of Rocks.
Deptford Cinema is proud to present a free outdoor screening of Black Panther in partnership with the Albany to kick-off our Summer season.
An intergenerational cast of performers explore the difference age brings and the constant things in life that bind us all together.
A couple confront impending death with bawdy humour and burgeoning sadness in Ridiculusmus’s unsettling two-hander, set in a future cursed by eternal life without eternal youth.
Explore the effects of dementia on speech, memory and family life.
Sixty-eight-year-old drag legend Lavinia Co-op (Bloolips) reflects on queer life over the past half-century, using recorded interviews and her incomparable abilities as a dancer, c…
Now is the time for trailblazers, boundary-breakers and total legends to shine.
Using both traditional and contemporary dance genres, members of HIV charity Red Ribbon perform a piece about positive opportunities in life that are possible for people living wit…
An award-winning, dark and ribald physical commentary, bringing together dance and spoken word.
AUDITION combines contemporary circus, dance-theatre, fierce acrobatics and stunning visuals.
Lisa Klevemark, though Swedish, Lutheran and very boring, went to renowned clown school Ecole Philippe Gaulier in France.
Four years ago, Dylan Dodds asked himself a question.
The View From Behind the Futuristic Rose Trellis enthusiastically sings and dances its way through inner and outer realities, sifting through its characters to reveal moments of go…
The planet is spinning off its axis.
Tilly and Inga exist in a surreal bubble called Girl World where the only rule is “No boys allowed!”
Girl World is a pop-tastic, musical playground where best friends wrea…
Scottee is making a new solo show commissioned by HOME about the c word – class.
Is technology shaping us or are we shaping it? Let’s plug in to the global nervous system and harness the co-evolution of humans and technology.
The Kids Are Alright is a surreal and confronting new work combining dance and new writing, participation and performance, children and adults.
“When I came here I cried for nearly two years… everyday.
If we really are what we eat, what does that say about who we are today?Join Displace Yourself Theatre in a feast for the senses and tastes from around the world in this new show t…
‘From a distance everything is beautiful, isn’t it? Until we magnify it.
Welcome to Glory’s gym.
Comedy sketch swapping live! The cult hit show where sketch groups perform their own sketches, then each others’.
The biwa hôshi were blind storytellers who travelled the length and breadth of medieval Japan making a living from their epic tales.
An uplifting blend of club styles fused with African and Contemporary dance, great music, a good dose of humour and HAIR stories!Three fierce, clever and witty female characters ta…
A new show for children and families from Poet Simon Mole and musician Gecko.
Do you ever get confused or overwhelmed by politics? Do you ever feel like the only way to make a difference is to change everything? Do you ever think that if you can’t cha…
A brand new comedy show about being a man and being a woman.
Comedy set swapping live! The cult hit show where comedians perform their own jokes, then each others’.
Two blind women take centre stage sometimes on aerial silks, sometimes with their feet firmly on the ground but always surrounded by voices, music, stories and ghosts.
A globe-trotting, time-travelling, mini-spectacle with turbulent polemics and unexpectedly poignant stop-offs.
Aviatrix is a new play in development from ivo theatre that tells the story of the struggle to move freely in the 21st Century and the dark, persistent ripples of the British Empir…
Castaways explores the nature of friendship, trauma and tribal loyalties in a neighbourhood where the blue touch paper is waiting to be lit…
When was the last time you wrote a letter? Tag, swipe, meme, like; the way we communicate is constantly changing.
Dennis of Penge is part gig, part poetry, part theatre performance, all transcendent.
Egg is a powerful and evocative new aerial theatre production from Paper Doll Militia: a highly visual exploration of female fertility, sexuality and choice.
Phoenix Arts Club Cabaret Award Finalist Diva Regina presents her first solo cabaret show at Camden Fringe.
A modern, immersive and site specific adaptation of Hamlet set within the dysfunctional surroundings of a family run pub.
The Intimate Strangers mount a foolish attempt to produce a sketch show where every sketch references the song Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush.
A raunchy rude ride through the carnal minds of BiBi Crew.
An interactive workshop to discover how our brains work, and what life might be like for children growing up with a brain that works a little differently from our own.
When her spaceship crashes on a desolate planet, Jude Starbeam finds herself stranded in a far corner of the galaxy.
We can’t help living in the future – booking flights for holidays, organising birthday parties, writing applications.
An award-winning dark fairytale about a girl who followed a map of the edge of the world.
Shackleton’s Cat tells the story of the voyage and destruction of the Endurance 100 years ago, and the subsequent tale of survival against all odds.
Evie is thirteen and lives in Neasden with her Mum.
With live, original music, this highly visual, sensitive production is a humorous and touching exploration of the dragons we all face.
£7 / £24 family
Exploring homelessness 50 years on from Cathy Come Home, the seminal Ken Loach film, Cathy is candid, poignant and intimate.
Two muddle-headed storytellers use breath-taking puppetry, boisterous and beautiful live music, and general tomfoolery to create this dark, winding fable for monster lovers young a…
Syd’s favourite person in the whole wide world is Grandad and Grandad’s favourite person is Syd.
Our fab disco for under 7s returns! Wee witches and sapling sorcerers, grab your broomsticks and fly on down to the Albany for a magical dance party with themed video, live perform…
Time-travelling magicians Morgan & West’s marvellous magic show full of crazy capers for the young, old, and everyone in-between! Expect the unexpected, believe the unbelievable,…
Join Tweedy the clown and Ludvink Loyal for a musical afternoon of fun! Can two contrasting characters learn to get on and make the show work? Let’s hope so.
When it starts out ship-shape, there’s only one way for it to go. Join us for a dance-theatre performance that gets all messed up.
Tickets: £7 / £24 family
The Noisy Animals are looking forward to their dream holiday and have some brilliant ideas about where in the world they want to go.
A humorous, playful and visually exciting original play, exploring the beauty of difference and how things are always better when we work together.
Tickets: £7 / £24 Family
A devilishly cheeky hour of songs, poems and comedy from award-winning musical comedian, Jay Foreman.
Our fab disco for Under 7s returns! Grab your pink leg warmers, don your ankle boots and make you hair as big as can be! It’s our retro disco for the digital generation to party …
Watch with wonder as handshakes become handstands in our Christmas Circus Spectacular!
£18 Full Price, £23 Premium (includes drinks and nibbles)
EARLY BIRD OFFER: £14.
Moving through all four seasons, we bring to life Hans Christian Andersen’s tale.
9 days & 42 shows of the finest live comedians in Britain.
The first night of our season of songs about stories and stories about songs.
You are duly invited to join us (in) Ở Deptford to go on a humorous and heart felt journey taking you to the shops and the secret spots of Deptford offering a window into the li…
Returning for your delight, our unique evening of storytelling improv brought to you by Shanti-Chi.
Steve has a problem, a very peculiar problem…and he needs your help.
A site-specific ghost story staged in real homes across South London.
With original songs, hilarious physical comedy and dance, Penguin! Elephant! is a magical new show about celebrating differences for anyone who’ve ever waddled like a Penguin or …
Tomorrow I was Always a Lion is a captivating theatrical investigation into the nature of psychosis and recovery.
Through her open window Wendy Darling gazes out at the night sky dreaming of blue lagoons, magical moons and the stories that she can tell.
What would you do if one year Winter decided to stay and moved into your house? You would have icicles in the kitchen and snow all over your bed! Well that’s what happens in our …
We wonder why so many women wear an ill-fitting bra? Why do some women not wear a bra at all? Do women have to wear a bra?
PERKY is a bra revolution, to ‘undo’ bewilderment ar…
A Dance Umbrella Orbital London Tour in partnership with the Albany, artsdepot, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, and Watermans, with The Broadway and the Unicorn Theatre.
New movement based theatre work devised from notes and ideas about media representation of current issues.
Tumble, balance and spin on a hairpin: learn circus skills in partnership with your child. Brilliant and bonding!
Something’s Gonna Happen returns for autumn presenting the best in fantastic live, local music.
Explore the future on the silver screen with a night of short films from Hothouse artists and guest filmmakers.
Thursday 6 – Saturday 8 & Tuesday 11 - Saturday 16 October, 7.
Chill Pill are one of the top poetry collectives in the UK.
A space for new cabaret ideas.
Now in its third year, the national Fun Palaces campaign is an international celebration of arts and sciences.
Led by sound artists Wajid Yaseen and Helen Frosi, SoundHoppers is a workshop for children exploring making sound, instruments and active listening.
sound is sound is sound showcases and celebrates the curious mix of forward motion and DIY attitudes, the vanguard and the street, which has flourished in the SE postcodes, a highl…
One day whilst Girl is playing in her garden, she spots something peculiar on the other side of the fence.
Indoor and outdoor craft and gardening activities: dig, grow, play and discover before or after watching a show in the theatre.
Adults do not require a ticket.
Calling all fishy friends to the dance floor!
Disco Kids presents an underwater adventure for your little sea monsters.
Noise Report create immersive club nights where artists experiment with video, music and other art forms.
Travel to Kenya and follow in Handa’s footsteps as she journeys to see her best friend Akeyo, in the next village.
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