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January 2015

TedxClapham

Sat 17 January 2015, 10:00 am

Learning from stories of change, we can collectively impact the community and beyond. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a…

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February 2015

D&D February Satellite: Keeping the Space Open

Tue 17 February 2015, 6:30 pm

Were you at D&D10 or D&D North back in January and have some conversations left unfinished, or some sessions that you’d wished you’d called? Did you miss them, or have…

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March 2015

CGO Breakfast Coaching: Your Life In Theatre

Fri 13 March 2015, 8:00 am

CGO Breakfast Coaching
For London based creative practitioners

An invitation for creative artists and business people, performing and visual artists, music and theatremakers to mix two ingredients – croissants and coaching.

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Richard Rudd’s Introduction to Gene Keys: The Genius In You

Sat 14 March 7.30pm (Seminar)
Sun 15 March 10am - 6pm (Workshop)

An Introduction to the Gene Keys, with Richard Rudd Richard Rudd has a theory: Deep inside our DNA lies an undiscovered Genius. Uncovering this Genius can give us a new…

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April 2015

In Conversation With… Sir Michael Gambon

Sun 19 April 2015, 7:00 pm

We are delighted that Sir Michael Gambon will be joining us to launch our new series of ‘In conversation with…’ evenings. The event will be hosted by Xan Brooks, writer…

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Nights in the Electric City

Thu 30 April 2015, 7:00 pm

Urban Lab Films present Nights in the Electric City, an evening of screenings and discussion about nightlife in early-twentieth century cities. Films Piccadilly (E. A. Dupont, 1929) Les Nuits électriques…

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May 2015

Omnibus’ Literary Festival

Fri 8 - Sat 9 May
Omnibus’ bespoke micro-festival takes inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of our beautiful building - once the home of the Old Library. When it opened in October 1889, its founder… Find out more »

The Madness of Modern Parenting: A Reading From Zoe Williams

Sat 9 May 2015, 1:15 pm

Parenting in the modern world is an overwhelming concept. It seems to divide everyone from psychologists and politicians to scientists and salesmen, leaving the parents themselves with a terrible headache…

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Murder in the Library: Creative Writing Workshop

Sat 9 May 2015, 2:30 pm

Pearse & Black have created Murder in the Library – a light-hearted writing workshop for adults. Lasting two hours, expect mind-bending exercises and some good time to scrawl down your…

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The Forgiveness Project: A Talk from Marina Cantacuzino

Sat 9 May 2015, 5:00 pm
Forgiveness is an inspiring, complex, exasperating subject, which provokes strong feeling in just about everyone. For many it is a liberating route out of victimhood; a choice, a process, the… Find out more »

London Road: A Talk from Alecky Blythe

Sat 9 May 2015, 7:30 pm

The groundbreaking musical London Road was originally staged at National Theatre’s Cottesloe in 2011 and, after a rapturous response from critics and audiences alike, enjoyed a revival on the Olivier…

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Theatre and Aural Attention Book Launch

Mon 11 May 2015, 7:30 pm

Book Launch hosted by Omnibus Including a Q&A with Dr George Home-Cook and a panel discussion. George Home-Cook is an independent theatre practitioner-researcher and performing arts pedagogue, based in the…

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In Conversation With… Prunella Scales and Timothy West

Sat 23 May 2015, 2:30 pm

Continuing our series of ‘In conversation with…’ events, we are delighted that actors Prunella Scales and Timothy West will be visiting Omnibus for the first time to talk about their…

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June 2015

Mark Thomas: 100 Acts of Minor Dissent

Fri 19 June 2015, 7:30 pm

Mark Thomas is well versed in the art of creative mayhem and over the years his troublemaking has changed laws, cost companies millions and annoyed those who most deserved to…

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In Conversation With… Celia Imrie

Sat 27 June 2015, 7:30 pm

Continuing our series of ‘In conversation with…’ events, we are delighted that Olivier Award-winning actress and author Celia Imrie will be visiting Omnibus for the first time to talk about…

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July 2015

Neil Brand’s Sound of Silents: Take Two

Sat 11 July 2015, 7:30 pm

Neil Brand (BBC4, Radio 4), returns to Omnibus by popular demand with an evening of silent delights, from the best of Hollywood comedies (including the greatest comic animator of the…

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In Conversation With… Miriam Margolyes

Sun 19 July 2015, 7:00 pm

We are delighted that Miriam Margolyes will be joining us to finish our Summer series of “In Conversation With…” evenings. This evening will be a wonderful opportunity for our audience…

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August 2015

Actors Alive Summer Workshop (ages 8-12)

Mon 3 - Fri 7 Aug, 10am - 3pm

Niall Phillips will lead an intensive week-long workshop putting together a brand new play, inspired by the themes of George Orwell’s classic story, 1984. This new piece of theatre will…

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September 2015

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 10 September 2015, 7:30 pm

Sometimes the best stories are the ones we star in ourselves. Come and join us for the third in our series of storytelling evenings, So, This is What Happened… Buy…

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October 2015

Perception Festival – Voice: WRITE IT/WEAR IT: KIDS CREATIVE POETRY WORKSHOP

Sat 24 October 2015, 2:00 pm

Ever had something you need to get off your chest? Well, put it on a t-shirt! Use poetry, paint and a little artistic flair to create your own fashion statement…

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Omnibus Writer’s Group

Every Monday night from 7 September, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Are you a writer? Then we want to hear from you. Come and join the Omnibus Writer’s group. Lead by Omnibus’ Literary Manager Saffron Myers and running over 8 weeks,…

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December 2015

Improbable Winter Mentoring Fete

Tue 8 December 2015, 7:00 pm

Improbable and Clapham Omnibus are partnering up for the second time to host Improbable’s yearly Festive Mentoring Fête. The Winter Mentoring Fete is a fantastic opportunity to pick the brains…

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January 2016

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 21 January 2016, 7:30 pm

Sometimes the best stories are the ones we star in ourselves. Come and join us for the seventh in our series of storytelling evenings, So, This is What Happened…

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Mendelssohn in Scotland

Sun 24 January 2016, 4:00 pm

An account of the Scottish journey undertaken by the great German Romantic composer, Felix Mendelssohn, and his travelling companion, Karl Klingemann, using many of the fine sketches that Mendelssohn made…

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February 2016

LGBT+ Microfest

Wed 3 February – Wed 17 February
Omnibus marks LGBT+ History Month this February through a diverse programme of theatre, film, visual arts and conversation. Read our Microfest Q&A with Maggi Hambling here. Wilde Without the Boy Cahoots Theatre Company… Find out more »

A Statue for Oscar Wilde – An Evening with Maggi Hambling

Wed 17 February 2016, 7:30 pm

“We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars” British painter and sculptor Maggi Hambling, who has delighted and tormented the public and art…

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Yellow Spot Collective present… SPOT NIGHT: How to Get Your Film Funded

Wed 24 February 2016, 7:00 pm

Yellow Spot Collective present their second Screening and Industry Event: SPOT NIGHT: How To Get Your Film Funded The first half of the evening will feature the screening of some…

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 25 February 2016, 7:30 pm

Sometimes the best stories are the ones we star in ourselves. Come and join us for the seventh in our series of storytelling evenings, So, This is What Happened…

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March 2016

In Conversation with Michael Gambon and Miriam Margolyes
Stars of stage, screen and Harry Potter!

Wed 16 March 2016, 7:30 pm

Marie McCarthy, artistic director, is delighted to invite you to a very special evening at Omnibus. Michael Gambon and Miriam Margolyes, two of Britain’s biggest stars, will be sharing stories and highlights from their stage and film careers, and will join us for a drinks reception in our theatre bar.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 31 March 2016, 7:30 pm

Sometimes the best stories are the ones we star in ourselves. Join us for a celebration of words and voices as a group of ordinary people tell their real-life 10-minute stories. All characters appearing in these stories are non-fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is intentional.

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April 2016

So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 28 April 2016, 7:30 pm

Sometimes the best stories are the ones we star in ourselves. Join us for a celebration of words and voices as a group of ordinary people tell their real-life 10-minute stories. All characters appearing in these stories are non-fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is intentional.

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May 2016

Omnibus Edition: Clapham’s Literary Festival

Tue 3 - Sun 8 May | Tuesday Listings

Day 1
Tue 3 May

An Evening with Laura Barnett
Free Event
Please reserve tickets

Laura Barnett will read from her bestselling novel, The Versions of Us, and discuss how she managed to weave together three fascinating love stories. Fellow author Jenny Colgan, writing in the Guardian, said: ‘Its very scope is a joy, the technical achievement seamlessly done, and the ending – all the endings – suitably affecting…’. A wonderful opportunity to meet the author and join in the Q&A session – all for free!

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Omnibus Edition: Clapham’s Literary Festival

Tue 3 - Sun 8 May | Wednesday Listings

Day Two
Wed 4 May

Michael Glover: Poet and Author
£8 | £7 conc.
Please reserve tickets

Michael Glover will treat us to readings from his forthcoming poetry collections, Hypothetical May Morning and The Book of Extremities. He will also entertain us with some tales from a writer’s life, taken from his acclaimed memoir, Headlong into Pennilessness. You can also browse Michael’s online poetry emporium at The Bow-Wow Shop.

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Omnibus Edition: Clapham’s Literary Festival

Tue 3 - Sun 8 May | Thursday Listings

Day 3
Thu 5 May

Five Events
Please reserve tickets

· Book at Breakfast: Join a group of fellow book-lovers to listen to poems and stories read aloud. Free event.

· How does place affect the imagination? Two leading authors, Matthew Beaumont and Eleanor Buchan, join host Julie Andersen to discuss how location impacts upon a writer’s work. Paid-for event.

· The Boy Who Saved The World: Expert storyteller, Eleanor Buchan, tells us what happened when a boy with a bird on his shoulder looked out over a sea of plastic… Free event.

· Brixton Bites: award-winning food blogger, Miss South, will tempt us with delicious morsels and delight us with tasty tidbits from her book, Recipes from Brixton Village. Paid-for event.

· The Food We Eat: Food writer Joanna Blythman and chef Oliver Rowe discuss the subject on all our lips: How healthy is the food that we eat? Paid-for event.

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Omnibus Edition: Clapham’s Literary Festival

Tue 3 - Sun 8 May | Friday Listings

Day 4
Fri 6 May

Seven Events
Please reserve tickets

· Story & rhyme time: a fun-packed session of tall tales and magical music for children under 5 and their parents and carers. Free event.

· Readers afternoon: Novelist Elizabeth Buchan will chair a discussion between a group of wonderful local writers and you, the audience. A unique opportunity to meet and support writers who live and work in Clapham. Paid-for event.

· Where do novelists get their ideas from? Author Bobbie Darbyshire will guide us through the murky world of character, location, plot and subplot. Free event.

· An evening with the South Bank poets: listen to new works from the latest edition of the South Bank Poetry Magazine, hosted by its editors Peter Ebsworth and Katherine Lockton. Free event.

· Exotic England: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, in conversation with Joanna Blythman, casts her eye over this ‘curious nation’ and asks what ‘Englishness’ really means. Paid-for event.

· A Ghost’s Story: In her debut novel, Lorna Gibb presents the mysterious writings of spirit celebrity, Katie King. Hear Lorna discuss her very unreliable narrator with author Peter Guttridge. Paid-for event.

· Join us in the bar at 10pm for some wonderful late live music. Free event.

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Omnibus Edition: Clapham’s Literary Festival

Tue 3 - Sun 8 May | Saturday Listings

Day 5
Sat 7 May

Seven Events
Please reserve tickets

· Storytime and Activities with the Zoomers: Listen to the authors read The Zoomers’ Handbook, then help them imagine and draw more mash-up creatures. Free event.

· Hear Max Porter in conversation with Elizabeth Buchan about his extraordinary debut, Grief is the Thing With Feathers – an exquisite meditation on love, loss and crows. Paid-for event.

· Crime in the Afternoon: Three first-class crime writers – Sabine Durrant, Isabelle Grey and Miranda Carter – discuss their work and answer your questions. Free event.

· Louise Stern reads from her startling novel, Ismael and His Sisters, which follows the journey of deaf siblings separated in a hostile world. Louise will be joined by her performance partner, Oliver Pouliot. Plus Q&A. Paid-for event.

· Reconquista: J J Anderson takes us to medieval Al Andalus with a reading from her wonderful new novel – a delight for all lovers of adventure stories. Free event.

· The Stopped Heart: Julie Myerson joins Steven Gale to discuss her devastating new thriller – a story of love, loss, longing and true evil. Paid-for event.

· Literary Pub Quiz: Do you know your Roth from your Rushdie? Join quizmaster Peter Guttridge for a night of literary brain-teasers and some great prizes! Paid-for event.

· Join us in the bar at 10pm for some wonderful late live music. Free event.

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Omnibus Edition: Clapham’s Literary Festival

Tue 3 - Sun 8 May | Sunday Listings

Day 6
Sun 8 May

Three Events
Please reserve tickets

· Write It / Wear It – Creative Poetry Workshop for Children: Ever had something you need to get off your chest? Well, put it on a t-shirt! Using poetry and art materials, we’ll be creating wearable verse. Paid-for event.

· Coffee and papers with Zoe Williams: Zoe and her audience will discuss the stand-out news stories of the day from all points of view. Paid-for event.

· Ask Marcus Chown Anything! The author of What a Wonderful World and Tweeting the Universe knows all the answers to your scientific questions.

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Tasting Notes

Sun 15 May 2016, 7:00 pm

Opera singer Emily Estelle and pianist Marina Lieberman infuse pop, jazz and movie soundtracks with classical precision. Taste wines from around the world, enjoy the music in our relaxing cafe bar, and buy wines from Amelia Singer at a 20% discount.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 26 May 2016, 7:30 pm

Sometimes the best stories are the ones we star in ourselves. Come and join us for our series of storytelling evenings. So, This is What Happened…

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Hangmen Rehanged

Fri 27 May, 7pm - 10pm | Conference: 9am - 6.30pm

Hangmen Rehanged is a performance built around an NT Live screening of Martin McDonagh’s Olivier Award winning play, first produced at the Royal Court Theatre, and then transferred to the West End.

A multi-disciplinary collaboration between the National Theatre, Omnibus, Edible Cinema and Kings College London.

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June 2016

In Conversation with… Alison Steadman

Fri 3 June 2016, 7:30 pm

Continuing our series of In conversation with… events, we are delighted that national treasure Alison Steadman OBE will be paying a visit Omnibus to talk about her career and personal experiences.

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A Midsummer’s Dream Cycle Ride

Sun 19 June 2016, 2:30 pm

– TRICK CYCLISTS – STILT WALKERS – MUSICIANS – TRAVELLING SOUNDSCAPES –

Following our popular Festive Light Ride in December celebrating the International Year of Light, the bike ride returns! Featuring trick cyclists, stilt walkers & antics from the cast of Shakespeare’s finest comedy, all in the glorious summer sun.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 23 June 2016, 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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Come To Where I’m From: London

Tue 28 June 2016, 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 2016, 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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July 2016

In Conversation With… Greta Scacchi

Sat 23 July 2016, 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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September 2016

Bow Wow Shop (Orpheus Special)

Mon 5 September 2016, 7:30 pm

What is it about the story of Orpheus, and his pursuit of his dead wife Eurydice into the underworld, that has so inspired generations of artists and composers?

At our Bow Wow Shop Michael Glover’s guests will share their passion for the poet.

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 29 September 2016, 7:30 pm

Six storytellers each have ten-minutes to tell their extraordinary story. They’re poignant, funny, life affirming, cathartic and true. You could be a part of it if you have a story to tell.

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In Conversation with… Bill Nighy

Fri 30 September 2016, 7:30 pm

An evening with West End and Hollywood star, Bill Nighy, who will talk about his life and career with Jonathan Maitland.

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November 2016

Bow Wow Shop (Edward Lear Special)

Mon 7 November 2016, 7:30 pm

This is the second of our multi-faceted events showcasing artistic responses to the work of Edward Lear.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 24 November 2016, 7:30 pm

Our regular evening when ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories.

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December 2016

Improbable Winter Mentoring Fete

Tue 6 December 2016, 7:00 pm

Improbable and Omnibus are partnering up again to host Improbable’s yearly Festive Mentoring Fête.

The Winter Mentoring Fete is a fantastic opportunity to pick the brains of companies who have been there, done that, got it wrong, (sometimes) got it right, and learned a lot along the way. There’s a great line up of mentor companies featuring both artists and producers. Whether you are still studying, just starting out, or long established, we invite you to come and share the diverse experiences of these companies.

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Writers’ Workshop

October – December

Are you working on a play or looking for inspiration with the next one? The Omnibus Writers’ Group has been devised to support writers of any level of experience focus, get their ideas on paper and work towards a complete play. Ten weekly sessions are led by literary manager, Saffron Myers supported by writers Scott Wilson and Mike Carter. Sessions take place on Monday evenings at the Omnibus October to December.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 15 December 2016, 7:30 pm

Our regular evening when ordinary people tell their extraordinary stories.

A night of revelations and inspiration, through the simple power of storytelling. Come and hear what’s happening around you.

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January 2017

Bow Wow Shop: Lorca

Mon 9 January, 7:30 pm

Deep Song: A Celebration of Federico Garcia Lorca Poet and Journalist Michael Glover continues his series exploring artistic interpretations of major figures and themes. Artist and film-maker Chiara Ambrosio discusses…

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 26 January, 7:30 pm

Six storytellers each have ten-minutes to tell their extraordinary story. They’re poignant, funny, life affirming, cathartic and true. You could be a part of it if you have a story to tell.

Your stories told live.

Join us on the last Thursday of each month for this extraordinary evening with the power of words.

Storytellers to be announced.

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February 2017

Out of Sight

Thu 9 February, 7:30 pm

Iron Hoof Productions presents a reading of an extract of David Dandridge’s new play New Cross Spartacus, which explores the displacement and isolation of individuals, particularly older gay men, amid the increasing gentrification of once overlooked areas of London.

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Queer Shorts

Fri 10 February, 7:30 pm

Whip out your most sparkly attire for a night of thought-shaking filmmaking and theatricality!

Queer Shorts is a brand new variety night as part of our Unnatural Acts festival. Stick around after the shorts for a post-show panel discussion with artists and creatives.

Full programme to be announced.

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The Mansformation Workshop

Sat 11 February, 3:00 pm

Pecs is an ever-growing collective of Drag Kings who love nothing more than to put on handsome cabaret shows for the queer and curious of London town. With more than…

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 23 February, 7:30 pm

Six storytellers each have ten-minutes to tell their extraordinary story. They’re poignant, funny, life affirming, cathartic and true. You could be a part of it if you have a story to tell.

Your stories told live.

Join us on the last Thursday of each month for this extraordinary evening with the power of words.

Storytellers to be announced.

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March 2017

Bow Wow Shop: Coleridge

Mon 6 March, 7:30 pm

In Pursuit of the Ancient Mariner: A Celebration of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

We explore the life of Coleridge, the master storyteller whose poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner takes us on a transforming journey from fascination to fear.

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In Conversation with..Maggi Hambling

Wed 22 March, 7:30 pm

In Conversation with…Maggi Hambling The series of intimate evenings continues with the contemporary painter and sculptor, Maggi Hambling CBE, who will talk about her EDGE exhibition that runs at Marlborough…

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 30 March, 7:30 pm

Six storytellers each have ten-minutes to tell their extraordinary story. They’re poignant, funny, life affirming, cathartic and true. You could be a part of it if you have a story to tell.

Your stories told live.

Join us on the last Thursday of each month for this extraordinary evening with the power of words.

Storytellers to be announced.

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April 2017

Omnibus Writer’s Group

Monday 30 Jan – Monday 10 Apr, 7.30pm

Do you want to write for theatre? Are you looking for inspiration, practical help and a team to kickstart your play?

The Omnibus Writers’ Workshops are hosted by our Literary Department, on Monday evenings at Omnibus from 30th January.

You will be given a series of exercises to complete and tried and tested tools to develop your skills. You will have the chance to work with professional actors and invite an audience to a reading of an extract of your work at Omnibus.

You will benefit from mentoring throughout and once the ten weeks is complete, have a one-to-one coaching session from one of the course tutors.

The Writer’s Group is a positive, welcoming and enthusiastic environment in which writer’s can share their experiences with each other.

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May 2017

Clapham Book Festival: Death in the Afternoon

Sat 6 May, 2pm

Come and hear Clapham Writers’ three top crime and thriller writers discuss their work and their approach to a perennially fascinating subject. Natasha Cooper, former chair of the Crime Writers’ Association, leads a lively debate between.

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Clapham Book Festival: The Past Is Another Country

Sat 6 May, 3.30pm

Clapham Writers curate a rich programme of author talks and panel discussions. Three hugely successful writers discuss their attitude to fact, to fiction and the part imagination plays in reconstructing the past.

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Clapham Book Festival: Spies Under The Bed

Sat 6 May, 5pm

From ancient Rome to today’s HUMINT by drone, it’s always been a thrilling and deadly business. Three bestselling writers debate the facts and fiction of spies, led by local author Elizabeth Buchan.

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Clapham Book Festival: An Evening with…Kate Adie

Sat 6 May, 7.30pm

BBC correspondent Kate Adie talks about life on the journalistic front line.

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So, This Is What Happened…

Thu 25 May, 7.30pm

Six people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life affirming, cathartic and true.

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June 2017

Permission Improbable

Sat 3 Jun, 6.30pm

Join the world-changing women of Permission Improbable to ask: what would an improvisation culture grown by women look like? We don’t know the answer. We don’t even know what will happen in this performance. We won’t know until we all find out together.

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Discover Wandsworth Arts

Sat 10 Jun, 1.30pm & 3.30pm

Come and enjoy an experiential back stage tour of this historic building with a personal soundscape. Each tour will last up to half an hour, starting at 1.30pm and 3.30pm.…

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In Conversation with…Toby Jones

Thu 15 June, 7.30pm

Multi-award winning Toby Jones is one of the most distinguished film, television and stage actors of his generation. Book your tickets to see him in conversation with writer and broadcaster Jonathan Maitland.

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My Daddy is a Silly Monkey

Sun 18 June, 10.30am

My Daddy is a Silly Monkey is the beautiful new picture book from award-winning author and local clapham resident Dianne Hofmeyr, and UK illustrator Carol Thompson, and a heart-warming celebration of fathers everywhere. Join us for a free book reading and craft event this Father’s Day, with Dianne and Carol themselves.

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So, This is What Happened…

Thu 29 June, 7.30pm

Six people tell their extraordinary stories. They’re poignant, funny, life affirming, cathartic and true.

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