18 Mar - 12 Apr
Homegrown Festival: Occupy is curated by Saad-Eddine Said as part of Up Next - a partnership between Artistic Directors of the Future, the Bush Theatre and Battersea Arts Centre, which hands the keys of two London theatres over to visionary artists of colour.
18 - 22 Mar | Post
Join us at the table, eat yummy Portuguese food, get merry, make new friends and challenge what makes a 'nation'.
28 Mar - 6 Apr | The Mission: Occupy Mars
A live game for 50 people as they try, simply, to survive on Mars.
28 - 30 Mar | Beyond Borders
A festival of film, discussion, poetry, art and performance celebrating the power of collaboration.
30 Mar | #Haters
A modern tale of 'hipsters', 'roadman' and social-media chimeras, digging out the real people behind the stereotypes.
4 - 6 Apr | Ramping Up
A cross-city cohort explore issues around accessibility in a post-Brexit society.
10 Apr | In Conversation With...
A panel discussion with senior producers and executive producers at London Venues.
6 Apr | Algorythm
Live music presented by a hip hop collective, raised and inspired by the era of the 1990s.
19 - 22 Mar | She's A Good Boy
An honest, moving and hilarious show exploring non-binary gender inspired by real life experiences.
20 - 30 Mar | High Rise Estate Of Mind
Exposing young people's fears about where they will live through beatbox, hip hop, looping and MCing.
21 - 23 Mar | Oi Barman!
A spoken word theatre show exploring the questionable morals of a life behind a cocktail bar.
21 - 23 Mar | Four Women
Stories of migration, assimilation and diaspora culture through the story and character of four women.
26 - 27 Mar | Visions of Me / Everyday Daylee / #Binariesbegone
Experimental performance by leading disabled actors, tackling gender, race, love and body confidence.
26 - 29 Mar | Vaseline: Scratch
A multimedia show about the intricacies of Black Womanhood.
4 - 6 Apr | A Land Without Jasmine
The first ever Yemeni theatre production to be staged in the UK is a dark fairytale transporting audiences to an underworld where nothing is what it seems.
4 - 12 Apr | WOW EVERYTHING IS AMAZING
A sci-fi hallucinatory madness, set in the new church of the future. Is technology shaping us, or are we shaping technology?
8 - 12 Apr | La Silhouette
Brisbane's Queer history is brought to life by spirits who suffer all, celebrate all and edure all across decades of hiding, rioting and retribution.
8 - 9 Apr | Looking Forward
A company of young people who have experienced cancer use creativity to explore life post diagnosis and treatment.
11 Apr | Looking For Love
Over the course of a few weeks, using the form of a dating app, match, chat and meet with a love interest with a difference.
12 Apr | Heaux Noire
A platform for Black and Brown womxn to share their stories through poetry and music.
6 Apr | Occupy Party: Part of #LDNcitytakeover
A night of music, dance, spoken word, theatre and much more, presented by the BAC and Young Vic Young Producers.
11 Apr | Tongue Fu
A fruity, fiery mix of some of London's finest spoken word artists and musicians.
12 Apr | The R.A.P Party
Is rap poetry, or is poetry rap? Join the party with Inua Ellams, Theresa Lola and DJ Sid Mercutio.