4 - 9 Apr 2017

HOMEGROWN FESTIVAL


Join us for a week of bold ideas, live music and performance from young voices that tackle everything from the education system to the refugee crisis, including our Homegrown Company and Young Producers. See a show from emerging and award-winning UK theatre companies, watch a gig from up and coming unsigned artists and get inspired.  

Plus, browse the Makers' Market or get involved in the action by signing up for a mic at Rock the Mic and celebrating the Homegrown Festival finale in our Takeover Party.

Stay tuned for more information on how you can take part and news about the festival line-up. 

 

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THEATRE & PERFORMANCE


PICK 'N' MIX
Our Young Producers present a series of pop-up performances across our building.

EDUCATED
Homegrown Company take on the education system in this provocative new show.

DARK CORNERS
A new storytelling performance by Polarbear.

BOAT
Presented by Company Three, a group of teenagers imagine what it's like to walk in someone else's shoes.

FRANKENSTEIN: SCRATCH
A new musical version of the classic by BAC Beatbox Academy

A BIT OF BITE
Junction 25 explore the role of young people in contemporary politics.

WHERE WE ARE
Performed by six female dancers, Dillon Dance reflect on the pressures faced by young people.

THERE IS A LIGHT: BRIGHTLIGHT
Contact Young Company present young patients' perspectives on specialist cancer care.

MUSIC


IAMNEXT
Meet the next generation of the UK's up and coming music artists.

ROCK THE MIC
Join us for an evening of great music, explosive talent and jazzy vibes.

HOMEGROWN FESTIVAL PARTY
Celebrate the finale of Homegrown Festival, featuring live entertainment, fun and fresh new voices.

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ABOUT HOMEGROWN (12-29)

FOOD AND DRINK

IMAGE GALLERY

AGENCY MARKET PLACE

Browse a selection of homemade gifts and goods in the Agency Market Place, taking place from 5 - 6 Apr, 5:30pm - 8:30pm. 

LIVE MUSIC IN THE SCRATCH BAR

Enjoy live music in the Scratch Bar 5 - 7 Apr, 8 - 10:30pm, programmed by Young Producer Divya Satwani.
 

ACCESS NOTICE

We are experiencing ongoing problems with our lift, which we are trying to resolve as a matter of urgency. There is a step-free access to our café, toilets and The Bee's Knees, however performance spaces are on the first floor. If you have any access requirements, please contact our Box Office on 020 7223 2223, or email boxoffice@bac.org.uk, and we will do our best to accomodate you. 

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