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Omnibus Theatre

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...

In 1889, the Old Clapham Library was opened by social reformer John Lubbock – the man who gave us bank holidays and believed strongly...

This likeable piece for small spaces by Birdsnest Theatre piques the curiosity of young children, drawing them into a secret world of imaginative play. The...
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