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Ovalhouse

Bella Heesom’s autobiographical show employs a long, eye-catching title – Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva the Young Woman Applauded Herself – to explore a...

Live looper musician, poet and sound designer Xana is an associate artist at the Ovalhouse Theatre in London. Xana tells Giverny Masso about developing...

Having been a singer-songwriter since the age of 18, Coco Mbassi is presenting her first theatre work at London’s Ovalhouse this February, as she...

Pieced together from what author and poet Nick Makoha describes as fragments of “memory and imagination,” The Dark is a richly textured exploration of...

Ovalhouse is regenerating. In 2020, the south London theatre will open a new, £15 million building in Brixton as part of Lambeth Council's Somerleyton...

It’s been four years since theatremaker Chris Goode gave us a solo show – Men in the Cities in 2014 – but the long wait has...

Ambreen Razia’s latest play, Pot, investigates the world of inner-city gang culture from a point of view that we don't usually see: that of...

Chahine Yavroyan, who has died of cancer aged 68, was known most recently as a talented lighting designer who worked with many leading theatre...

Annie Siddons’ Dennis of Penge is a mighty piece of poetic storytelling. By turns ribald and sublime, it’s a cri de coeur for compassion...
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