Our Grand Hall re-opens this month with a celebratory new Phoenix Season.
A captivating silent film created before your eyes.
This isn't your ordinary Chekhov play...
Bryony Kimmings returns to our re-born Grand Hall with a new show about motherhood, heartbreak and finding inner strength.
Jump into a world of analogue synths, epic storytelling and heartfelt songs to raise a rallying cry for our times.
Scratch theatre infused with dance, spoken word and film.
Somewhere between stand-up and an astrophysics lecture, 600 People explores the stories we tell to understand our place in the cosmos.
An amped up monstrous evening of beatbox, song, soundscape and battles.
Half Term show for ages 6+ with rhyme, live music and BIG questions.
A festival of shows, workshops, installations and talks for National Care Leavers Week 2018.
A new show looking at life with historic care experience.
One of the most exhilarating dates in underground live music.
A beatbox, hip hop theatre show told by one man with a mic, a loopstation and a guitar.
A brand new ghost story from Ross Sutherland, the writer of Stand By for Tape Back-Up and BBC2’s Missing Episode.
Lemn Sissay has a theory; that he is a superhero, and that all children in care might be too.
vessel takes the medieval practice of Anchoritism as its starting point to draw parallels and tangle across-the-centuries.
A contemporary cabaret featuring original music and real life Slovaks.
Mythology, pop culture and graphic novel collide in this multi art form mash up.
Party until the early hours after the performance of SUPERBLACKMAN.
The true story of a mother and a daughter. Prison took one away. On release, they had to find each other and themselves again.
An immersive and thrilling quest with magical trails, ingenious installations and original music for everyone 6+.
A magnifique night out in jazz-age Paris.
Hilarious night of comedy in our Grand Hall.
A new show by Daniel Kitson.
Daniel Kitson hosts a comedy fundraiser in support of Battersea Arts Centre.
An almighty rave featuring the UK's best new urban music, with previous acts including Stormzy and Skepta.
Homegrown Festival returns for 2019.