- Telephone 020 7498 4699
- Website www.omnibus-clapham.org
A space for arts and ideas, connections and discoveries.
The Omnibus programme encompasses everything from five-star productions of classic plays to film screenings, spoken word performances, cabaret and puppetry. You can find lectures, book readings and massively successful local education projects, both on the road and in-house.
Every weekend we also serve up the Sunday music schedule, which boasts the best emerging and established jazz, classical and world musicians. A hive of activity and a hub for socialising, there’s always something going on in the Omnibus building.
With an ambitious artistic vision informing every decision and a need to appeal to the curious, Omnibus specialises in defying conventions in everything it does.
Just a short walk down the road from Clapham Common tube (on the Northern Line), Omnibus is always great value – under 25’s can get in to many events for a fiver and there are very often free events making up part of the programme.
Check us out www.omnibus-clapham.org
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Albee Vector The Sound Collector
- Written by: Sadie Spencer
Greenlight Theatre tell the tale of how Albee and Andromeda survived kings, curses and cruelty on their quest for beautiful sound in the world.
Band inspired by the broad traditions of Jewish music.
London-based group exploring traditional Eastern Europe music with added improvisation.
Bow Wow Shop (Edward Lear Special)
A celebration of the work of nonsense specialist Edward Lear.
The story of a young girl who's lost the ability to dream, and her adventure to find where dreams are made.
Tue 25 Oct
The Garden Consort
Four singers and a pianist perform songs from opera, Broadway and the West End.
Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain
It’s 1942 and a horde of Yankee servicemen have just arrived in England, where the locals speak a strange dialect, boil all their food, and talk endlessly about the weather. The Americans see the Brits as a strange race. Judge for yourself in a night of laughter and downright silliness as a crack team of experts…
John Osborne – Three Stories from Radio 4
John Osborne presents an evening of stories performed for a Radio 4 broadcast.
Super-group comprising of Rob Luft, Misha Mullov-Abbado and Marc Michel playing compositions as a trio and individually as well their favourite standards.
The jazz supergroup, comprising Rob Luft, Misha Mullov-Abbado and Marc Michel, perform.
The Man Who Would Be King
A pulsating piece of rough theatre that rips up Kipling's adventure story to interrogate Britain's place in the world today. Ages 12+.
An improvised night of comedy from Monkey Toast and pals.
An original play exploring drug smuggling. Mule is inspired by the Inspired by the real events of the Peru Two. Written and directed by award-winning Omnibus Associate Kat Woods.
How does the seemingly innocent adventure of a summer spent in the party capital of the world spiral out of control and end locked up in a notoriously hard core South American Prison? Inspired by the real events of the 'Peru Two', Mule explores the murky, hedonistic worlds of drug smuggling and its apparent…
Otto and the Robin
Otto would like to go to a Christmas party, but he's too shy. That is, until, a robin persuades him to give it a go.
Thu 1 Dec
A Pocketful of Grimms
The company presents a host of adventures that are weird, dark, funny and fantastical, featuring a rich mix of clowning, physical theatre, puppetry, music and much more. Ages 5+.
Rautio Piano Trio
Chamber trio of Jane Gordon (violin), Victoria Simonsen (cello) and Jan Rautio (piano).
Sun 27 Nov
£12 (£10) / 020 7498 4699
Joined by TV science presenter Dallas Campbell. Reenacting famous scenes from historic TV documentaries such as The Ascent of Man, guest actors will play some of the world’s best known scientists in history, from Richard Feynman and Jacob Bronowski to Jane Goodall. The scenes will be accompanied by music of Shostakovich, Bernstein, Philip Glass and Michael Nyman.
Séance Fiction: The Improvised Haunting
Join Séance Fiction and help them to improvise a haunting. Ages 14+.
So, This is What Happened
Six 10-minute performances of allegedly true stories.