Should we have kids, or not? Energetic, hilarious, moving and thought-provoking new play by Ad Infinitum.
Bryony Kimmings returns to our re-born Grand Hall in 2019 with her 5 star, sell out show.
Lydia now only wears clothes she has made. Four friends tell her story.
A riotous inclusive festival of theatre, art and performance for all ages.
The five-star monster hit is back!
Over four weeks, underrepresented voices will occupy all corners of Battersea Arts Centre, as the UK faces an uncertain future.
Our celebratory Phoenix Season is in full swing, to celebrate the re-opening of our Grand Hall.
Playable theatre exploring how we fill in the gaps to make decisions.
An intimate and absurd, one-person exploration of motherhood, exile and transformation.
Join Gorilla, Badger, Bear and Hedgehog as they make friends, play games, contemplate the world and finally rock out at a grand dance contest. Ages 3 - 8.
Seth Kriebel presents new short experiments in interactive storytelling… 19 different shows across 2019.
A gala of comedy troves and live art by maverick physical comedian, Ben Target.
A love/hate letter to outrageous luxury and artistic genius.
A 1 on 1 installation, exploring the effect of television and binge watching. Part of The Festival of Rest & Resistance.
An autobiographical performance staged in a bedroom for a small audience. Part of The Festival of Rest & Resistance.
An Open Ended Discussion for Disabled Artists.
Part of The Festival of Rest & Resistance.
Join national treasures, comedy legends and creative minds for an evening of conversations and comedy.
Inside The Relaxed Venue: an open ended discussion.
A raw and raucous game of love. Everyone's a player, but who wins? Part of The Festival of Rest & Resistance.
A joyful celebration of creativity, exploration and unexpected outcomes. Part of The Festival of Rest & Resistance.
A special one-off screen of every Performance Live episode.
Join us at the table as we make new friends and challenge what exactly makes a ‘nation’. Part of Occupy Festival.
An honest, moving and hilarious show exploring non-binary gender. Part of Occupy Festival.
A fast-paced, urban story about class and housing. Part of Occupy Festival.
A spoken word theatre show exploring the questionable morals of a life behind a cocktail bar. Part of Occupy Festival.
A story of migration, assimilation and diaspora culture. Part of Occupy Festival.
Independent Theatre Council Conference. Part of Occupy Festival.
An evening of experimental performance by some of London’s leading learning disabled artists. Part of Occupy Festival.
A multimedia show about the intricacies of Black Womanhood. A scratch, as part of Occupy Festival.
A live game for 50 people as they try, simply, to survive on Mars. Part of Occupy Festival.
A festival of film, discussion, poetry, art and performance. Part of Occupy Festival.
A modern tale of hipsters, roadmen and social-media chimeras, digging out the real people behind the stereotypes. Part of Occupy Festival.
Explore issues around accessibility in a post-Brexit society. Part of Occupy Festival.
The first ever Yemeni theatre production to be staged in the UK. Part of Occupy Festival.
A sci-fi hallucinatory madness, set in the new church of the future. Part of Occupy Festival.
Part of Occupy Festival.
Live music presented by hip hop collective, Society Of Alumni. Part of Occupy Festival.
Queer History is brought to life. It’s time to shine a light on the shadows. Part of Occupy Festival.
Using creativity to explore life post cancer diagnosis and treatment. Part of Occupy Festival.
Join us for a panel discussion with senior producers and executive producers at London Venues. As part of Occupy Festival.
A fruity, fiery mix of some of London’s finest spoken word artists. Part of Occupy Festival.
Over the course of a few weeks, match, chat and meet with a love interest with a difference. Part of Occupy Festival.
A platform for Black and Brown womxn to share their stories through poetry and music. Part of Occupy Festival.
A lowkey house party sharing and showcasing where rap meets poetry... Music. Part of Occupy Festival.
Mark Thomas uses his own demise to explore what's going wrong in our NHS, how it can go right and what the future might hold for all of us.
A new show about not wanting your nationality. By the multiple Fringe First award winning team, Chris Thorpe and Rachel Chavkin.
A playful exploration of one woman's life long desire for luxury.
A funny and fragile study of ageing, death and the forgotten art of grieving.
A show about Post-Traumatic Stress and the therapeutic effects of MDMA.
Ridiculusmus explore a treatment for psychosis that has seen amazing results in Western Lapland.