“Freeman is a revelation; a piece of stunning physical theatre” Guardian ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Inspired by the first man in America to plead ‘Insanity’ as his defence, award-winning writer Camilla Whitehill and Strictly Arts expose the fundamental link between systemic racism and the decimation of the self. Has anything really changed?
“Outstanding artistic courage” Broadway Baby ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Four strangers’ lives are interrupted when they can’t produce ID in a spot check. Held without answers as they wait for verification of their legal statuses, the tension will unravel them. Ilé La Wà begs the question, ‘How Do You Belong to a Place That Doesn’t See You’?
Award-winning Haste Theatre present their newest show Where the Hell is Bernard? – A look into a bleak but possible future.
With filmic influences and original sound by Paul Freeman, Haste Theatre create visually striking theatre combining live song, puppetry, movement and clown.
Superbolt presents its sell-out multi-award winning laugh-out-loud spin on Spielberg's classic.
Winner of Critics choice for Best Play at Orlando Fringe International Theatre Festival and the Origins Award for Outstanding New Show at VAULT Festival.
Ever wanted to get up close and personal with the Virgin Mary? Your prayers have been answered...
Join Virgin Xtravaganzah for an evening of spiritual truths, celestial happenings, and totes ethereal fabulousness.
Magic and reality collide as one British Arab navigates the voyages of Sindbad and tries to make sense of his own family’s migration to the UK. Becoming Scheherazade tackles ethnicity and sexuality, embracing both, in an absorbing, moving and funny tale, full of unexpected twists and turns.
Windows of Displacement, choreographed and performed by Akeim Toussaint Buck is an autobiographically sourced solo blending dance, song and spoken word to explore personal narratives, ancestral memory and the increasingly urgent, shifting politics surrounding the movement of people
A chance to get up close and personal with three stars of the British film & cinema scene, and an opportunity to support new venue Streatham Space Project.