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June 2016

Come To Where I’m From: London

Tue 28 June, 7:30 pm

Since 2010, Come To Where I’m From has seen more than 100 writers from across the UK writing plays about the places that shaped them. At theatres from Bristol to Belfast, Cardiff to Coventry and Nottingham to Newcastle, these plays have been performed by the playwrights themselves, coming home to tell their tale.

Now Come To Where I’m From invites London playwrights to tell their stories for the first time. In partnership with Tamasha, Paines Plough present a series of London Come To Where I’m From events across the city.

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Yellow Spot Film Night

Wed 29 June, 7:00 pm

Yellow Spot Collective are back with another Spot Night featuring an array of eclectic short films. This time our panel will shine its light on the ‘Director – Actor Relationship’ answering questions submitted by emerging filmmakers and actors including:

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Engine Room

Thu 30 June, 7:30 pm
A scratch night presenting emerging artists working across art forms and between genres. This month's Engine Room artists are: Welcome to Rabbit Beach Written by Juliet Miriam Clark Devised and… Find out more »
July 2016

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dance Party

Sat 2 July, 7:30 pm

Get out your petticoats and your blue suede shoes for an evening of jive-tastic rock ‘n’ roll, in celebration of the King, Elvis Presley. With live music from Peachy Beat, there’ll be no excuse not to get ‘All Shook Up’. Come dressed in your best and be ready to rock.

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Hot Club of Jupiter

Sun 3 July, 7:30 pm

Hot Club of Jupiter bring their unique mix of Gypsy swing, hot jazz and raunchy rhythms to Omnibus. Dance the night away to the hedonistic sounds of a swing band on fire.

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Impromptunes

Thu 7 July, 7:30 pm

Australia’s premier improv troupe brings its riotous musical comedy to London. Based on a single suggestion, this talented ensemble improvise an entire musical, completely on the spot. It’s unrehearsed. It’s unpredictable. It’s a whole lot of fun. It’s Impromptunes.

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Character Tålks & Squirrel

Fri 8 July, 7:30 pm

Previewing their shows for the Edinburgh Fringe, two of Norway’s finest comedic talents are here to bring their unique sense of humour to the heart of Clapham. Character Tålks A…

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Gould / McCormack / Schimpelsberger Trio

Sat 9 July, 7:30 pm

Imagine a stunning blend of sound – world percussion meets jazz and classical music, communicating through powerful melodies while showcasing the joys of group interplay and individual virtuosity. Welcome to the unbridled creativity of Gould / McCormack / Schimpelsberger.

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Big Bad Wolf

Sun 10 July, 7:30 pm

Big Bad Wolf is a London-based four piece band with a distinctive sound. Their unique technique bridges the gap between improvised music and contemporary pop/rock styles.

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Mike Hobart Quintet

Fri 22 July, 7:30 pm

After the sell-out launch of debut album Evidential, the Mike Hobart Quintet have gained an reputation for their powerful and exciting live performances and the ‘passionate cool’ of their new sound.

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Pea Green Boat

Sat 23 July, 11am, 11.45am, 12.30pm & 1pm

Sail away to a land of imagination in our beautiful pea green boat. Join magical storyteller Camilla Gürtler for a journey of fantasy and adventure.

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In Conversation With… Greta Scacchi

Sat 23 July, 7:30 pm

Star of stage and screen Greta Scacchi makes her debut at Omnibus in the multi-arts venue’s seventh In Conversation With. These series of intimate evenings are spent getting up close…

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Actors Alive Summer Workshops (Ages 5-7)

Mon 25 - Wed 27 July, 9am - 12pm | Registration from 8.45am

A three-day workshop led by Camilla Gurtler, the children will be working on The Sandman by Hans Christian Andersen, focusing on how we tell stories onstage and breathe life into the world of a play.

Students will have the opportunity to invite friends and family along to a performance on the Wednesday.

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Tomorrow, Maybe

Tue 26 - Wed 27 July, 7.30pm

An immersive original British musical set in a commuters’ coffee shop. It focuses on snapshots of the people we cross paths with every day: from a Sicilian woman who fails to connect with the world around her, to a homeless man and his powerful tale of hope, the show questions how much we can really know about those around us.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 28 July, 7:30 pm

Join us for a celebration of words and voices as ordinary people tell their real-life stories. All characters appearing in these stories are non-fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is intentional.

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Mule

Edinburgh Fringe Preview

Thu 28 - Fri 29 July, 7.30pm

Naive and threatened or calculated and planned? How does the seemingly innocent adventure of a summer spent in the party capital of the world spiral out of control and end locked up in a notoriously hard core South American prison?

Inspired by the real events of the Peru Two, Mule explores the murky, hedonistic world of drug smuggling and its apparent female-isation.

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Omnibus Unplugged

Fri 29 July, 8:00 pm

Lánre’s music combines acoustic folk and soul with captivating storytelling influenced by her Nigerian Yoruba heritage. Lánre has won praise from the MOBO Awards and been featured on BBC 6 Music. She will be joined by some very special guests Karl Nova and Amy Fitz Doyle.

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Egg

Sun 31 July, 7:30 pm

The girly one from Fringe sketch veterans WitTank (‘Masterful’ Sunday Times) presents his debut stand up show about how weird we all are.

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August 2016

Mule

Omnibus at Edinburgh Fringe

3 - 29 August (excl. Wed 17 Aug), 1.30pm

Naive and threatened or calculated and planned? How does the seemingly innocent adventure of a summer spent in the party capital of the world spiral out of control and end locked up in a notoriously hard core South American prison?

Inspired by the real events of the Peru Two, Mule explores the murky, hedonistic world of drug smuggling and its apparent female-isation.

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November 2016

The Man Who Would Be King

Tue 1 November, 7:30 pm

A tale of greed, adventure and ruin inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s classic mercenary yarn.

This is the story of Peachy Carnehan and Daniel Dravot; soldiers-for-hire amid the shifting borders of the Middle East. Tired of the mercenary life, Peachy and Daniel have come up with a plan; head to Northern Afghanistan, enslave the natives, and install themselves as kings.

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December 2016

Otto & The Robin

Thu 1 - Sun 18 Dec (excl. 5 & 12 Dec),
11am & 1.30pm (School Days) / 2pm (Weekends)

You are invited to the Piddle under Puddle annual Christmas party! Everyone will be there. Well nearly everyone… Otto would like to go, but he’s just too shy. Then one day…

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Otto & The Robin

Thu 1 - Sun 18 Dec (excl. 5 & 12 Dec),
11am & 1.30pm (School Days) / 2pm (Weekends)

*Please note the 2pm show will be a relaxed performance* You are invited to the Piddle under Puddle annual Christmas party! Everyone will be there. Well nearly everyone… Otto would like…

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