Will Adamsdale's Perrier Award-winning motivation-a-thon returns as hopeless self-help guru Chris John Jackson gives his teachings a festive twist.
A magical adventure for children aged 2-5 this Christmas.
Join TV comedian Sara Pascoe for a Christmas get together of songs, fables and celebrations.
Battersea Arts Centre in partnership with The Guardian, invites you to join us in a year-long celebration of theatre and creativity from around the nation.
A fully-supervised workshop for 6-9 year-olds. Perfect for older siblings of those attending Town Hall Cherubs.
Ridiculusmus return with a show about Post-Traumatic Stress and the therapeutic effects of MDMA.
Tales of growing up in the London suburbs in the 1970s.
Experimental live music, gender-twisting visuals, and gothic storytelling.
Inspired by Edward Snowden’s revelations and the debate on state surveillance, Theatre Ad Infinitum conjures an Orwellian future.
Multi award-winning Clout Theatre return with their show about food.
Tassos Stevens is the director of Coney, but this is something personal.
Blending theatre, storytelling and killer moves, Maria Ferguson questions how we all look at size.
A patchwork of collected stories from members of the public about their relationship to national identity and community.
When her best friend goes missing, Icka puts her inventive mind to the test and sets off to save him. For children aged 6+
Join us for an evening of great music, explosive talent and jazzy vibes.
An interactive sound installation containing the oral histories of 10 ordinary people who have been buried in Syrian gardens.
Chris Goode directs the English premiere of Jo Clifford’s astonishing play.
Part theatre, part gig, this radical take on The Tempest begins where Shakespeare left off.
Expect comedy, chaos, existential agony and unnecessary references to soap operas.
An explosion of bold new ideas by young artists.
Little Bulb Theatre (Orpheus, Operation Greenfield) return with their latest show. Part gig, part lecture, part your lips and WAIL!
A multimedia show about state violence and national heritage.
A new show from Vanishing Point about what we see and what we turn away from. Inspired by Jeff Wall’s famous photograph.
An immersive audio performance about Shannon’s own experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection.
Milton's Paradise Lost - told through words, music and the easily misunderstood medium of dance.