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Omnibus Theatre

South London venue the Omnibus Theatre is to begin a £150,000 redevelopment project, which will include the launch of a new cafe and rehearsal...

A streak of pain runs through Simon Stephens’ 2004 play. Taking the form of an elliptical series of duologues, Country Music drops in at...

Set in the aftermath of the Second World War, as a new normality grew awkwardly from Europe’s ashes, The Orchestra is an often-overlooked black...

Saved from the hands of developers and transformed into a thriving performing arts space, the Omnibus Theatre boasts a glorious shabby-chic interior that tells...

The top small-scale theatres across the UK that don’t receive core government funding. Judged on criteria including (but not limited to) artistic quality, business...

Christopher York’s one-woman adaptation of The Pit and the Pendulum for Oxford-based Creation Theatre isn’t a straightforward page-to-stage reworking of Edgar Allan Poe’s short...

Judi Dench has become a patron of Omnibus Theatre in south London. She described small venues such as the Omnibus as “the lifeblood of our...

A grief-stricken mother reluctantly prepares for her son to marry, but trouble waits outside the bride’s house – and he’s on a motorcycle. George Richmond-Scott’s...

Taking its cue from Charlotte Perkins Gilman's 1892 gothic feminist short story The Yellow Wallpaper, Ruby Lawrence's intelligent re-imagining makes for an effectively suffocating...
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