Comedy, gigs and spoken word in the open-air.
Get the scoop on this year's best comedy before it heads to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The BBC Proms take over Battersea Arts Centre's newly refurbished Grand Hall for the first time.
A laughter-filled evening of hilarity and cutting-edge comedy.
Two comedians share an hour of unapologetically juicy comedy
One of New Zealand's top comedy stars and a sketch-show inspired by a Tarot reading.
Two-time Edinburgh Best Show nominee and two-time Writers’Guild winner previews her brand new show.
Star of DENIM Crystal Rasmussen brings her smash hit book to life through song, dance and comedy
Comedy inspired by mime and computer coding.
A new show from the double Edinburgh Comedy Award winner. Part of the Comedy Previews season.
A new work in progress from the critically acclaimed comedian and artist
Edinburgh Festival previews from critically acclaimed comedians
New stand-up from one of the stars of Taskmaster and Live At The Apollo. Part of Edinburgh Comedy Previews.
A debut show from comedian Richard Stott examining body image in an image-obsessed world.
Edinburgh comedy previews from an award-winning stand-up and a critically acclaimed double act.
Comedy preview from the star of Plebs (ITV) and Friday Night Dinner(Channel 4).
A new work-in-progress comedy show from Yorkshire’s finest meat-themed double act.
Comedy club hosted by Kemah Bob, celebrating and centering femmes of colour
Katie O’Brien presents us a different take on the well established taboo tales of addiction.
Double bill Comedy Preview from Star of Channel 4's Riot Girls' Sophie Duker, and 2018's Best Newcomer Ciaran Dowd.
Our autumn season is packed with conversation-starting theatre.
From the makers of Palmyra and Eurohouse.
Follow the real story of a Syrian artist as she captures her daily experience of conflict on camera.
Seth Kriebel presents new short experiments in interactive storytelling… 19 different shows across 2019.
A darkly comic look at the EU’s founding ideals and what got lost along the way.
Bert & Nasi's hit show about what we consider to be barbaric returns for one day only.
A festival of ideas is taking over our building. Anything could happen...
'Why should I continue to be tolerant? When the world has been so intolerant of me?’
Sixteen year old Kirsty will tell you what it’s really like to be an Essex Girl.
The forgotten true story of a young man arrested in the 1950s for gross indecency.
What happens when your sexual fantasies don’t align with your politics?
Turned away from a nightclub for being “too black”, four women take to the stage with explosive true stories.