As part of Visual Arts Week this summer, Omnibus is pleased to present a showcase of self portraits created during art therapy sessions by Trinity Hospice out-patients. The artists used…Find out more »
Reserve your FREE place via email@example.com or 020 7498 4699 Art and Science are often represented as separate, unconnected entities. Join us at Omnibus for a FREE workshop as part…Find out more »
Exhibition open 10am – 6pm. Matt Crump is a multi disciplinary artist living and working from his home studio in vibrant Brixton, London.
Whilst trained in painting and photography, a new lease of creative life has seen him specialise in digital collaging using long forgotten images. His works from various projects are assimilated from antiquarian books and printed material scoured from dusty corners around the U.K and worldwide, with original source material dating as far back as the late 17th Century.
Ayşe Hasan is a photographer and facilitator who uses her skills to support others to discover their creative potential. ‘Memories are not straight line journeys….’ brings together a unique collection of images of reality that presents to us the gestures of human expression: at times quirky, at times richly emotive; be it a family waiting for the ride or those little nuances of daily life, with gestures of silent communication played out amongst people that commonly go unseen.Find out more »
Working from memory and from what she observes in her daily life, Kate Newington uses collage, recycled materials and paint to evoke real and imaginary places and spaces. Kate’s work…Find out more »
Does red taste of strawberry? Does banana taste of yellow? The Omnibus Visual Arts team would love you to join them over Easter for a series of fantastic fruity feast…Find out more »
Kaloki was born in 1985 in Kitui District, Eastern Kenya. At two months old, the family moved to Nairobi for a better life . In 2004, after completing secondary school,…Find out more »
The Art of VanDalism / Solo Show Graffiti Writer internationally known as VanDali is a young London based Street Artist, well known for painting colourful murals and canvases. VanDali was…Find out more »
LEE JOHNSON is a printmaker His work mainly centres around two key types of printmaking: woodcuts and etchings (and – a variant of this latter process – aquatints). The works…Find out more »
St Mungo’s Broadway provides a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and works to prevent homelessness. Homeless Diamonds is…Find out more »
Thalia and Melpomene: The muses behind the comic and tragic masks. Join us for an afternoon of fun mask making! You will be able to use a variety of materials…Find out more »
Hosted by David Dandridge, Omnibus presents a night of thought-provoking shorts about London’s queer spaces. The screenings will be followed by a Q&A panel discussion including David Dandridge and Charlie Cox, bringing together…Find out more »
“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…Find out more »
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.Find out more »
An exciting showcase for new work from emerging artists and musicians. Listen to some amazing acoustic performers as you wander amongst new tactile art, all in relaxed surroundings.Find out more »
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:Find out more »
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.Find out more »
Come along to our Fun Palace for an exciting day out filled with music – with family, friends or pets.Find out more »
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the punk movement, Omnibus are holding an exhibition of iconic yet very personal photographs by Erica Echenberg called Punk: Originals. The series is part…Find out more »
E(u)ephemeral Map, a short film by Jana Pacheco and video artist Femke Fredrix With each new travel experience the extent of the archive’s reach increases. As a result, we see an ever-evolving…Find out more »
Edward Lear left a huge legacy as a musician, a poet, an artist, and an illustrator. Following on from the Bow Wow Shop evening featuring readings from his poetry, live performances…Find out more »
This is the second of our multi-faceted events showcasing artistic responses to the work of Edward Lear.Find out more »
Marc Wayland’s new exhibition at Omnibus displays print based mixed media portraits, where classic arts and crafts meets contemporary printmaking. Wayland deals with important themes around memory in the context…Find out more »
Brian McClure, Artist in Residence Travels in Clapham Omnibus presents new work by Brian McClure, Artist in Residence. Brian has been with Omnibus since he dropped in one Saturday afternoon…Find out more »
A visual art exhibition celebrating LGBTQ+ history month, around the theme of sisterhood.Find out more »
Inspired by her daughters’ personalities, Deborah Manson’s intricate and colourful heritage quilts are on display in our Common Room.Find out more »
Award-winning photographer Jim Grover unveils 48 Hours On Clapham High Street, a unique photo-essay and exhibition which captures the complete transformation from day to night of one of South London’s most well-known high streets.Find out more »
We are delighted to have the very evocative work of local artist Lewis Lewis on show at Omnibus during the month of May. Lewis was born in Belfast but has…Find out more »
Intensely layered and dense London is a key example of how cities and architecture can condense experiences and meld narratives in a rich melting pot of memories. Omnibus and Haptic…Find out more »