Omnibus

Omnibus
1 Clapham Common North Side, London, SW4 0QW
  • Telephone 020 7498 4699
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  • Website www.omnibus-clapham.org
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Omnibus

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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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

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48 Hours On Clapham High Street - A Photo-essay

Award-winning photographer Jim Grover unveils "48 Hours On Clapham High Street", a unique photo-essay and exhibition which captures the complete transformation from day to night of one of South London's most well-known high streets. The difference between the two personalities of Clapham High Street - daytime shoppers and…

Mon 3 Apr

Free / 020 7498 4699

Tue 4 Apr

Free / 020 7498 4699

Wed 5 Apr

Free / 020 7498 4699

…and 25 more dates until 30 Apr

Apollo5

Jazz and swing from the a cappella group.

Sun 23 Apr

£10–£12 (under 25s £5) / 020 7498 4699

Offside

  • Written by: Sabrina Mahfouz

A script-in-hand production about the history of women's football. With lyrical dialogue with chanting and punchy prose, the play examines the position of women in sport, on and off the pitch.

Mon 27 Mar

£10–£12 / 020 7498 4699

Tue 28 Mar

£10–£12 / 020 7498 4699

So, This is What Happened

Six 10-minute performances of allegedly true stories.

Thu 30 Mar

Spring Offensive

Dark comedy about war, lost boys and fighting for survival.

Tue 18 Apr

£10–£15 (£12) / 020 7498 4699

Wed 19 Apr

£10–£15 (£12) / 020 7498 4699

Thu 20 Apr

£10–£15 (£12) / 020 7498 4699

…and 9 more dates until 30 Apr

Spring Offensive

Welcome to the best Bed & Breakfast on the Somme Expat April runs a quality establishment on the site of some of the bloodiest battles of the First World War. Death surrounds it. And sheep, lots of sheep. There's dinner to be served and history to pay tribute to. The guests are coming, the sheep are closing in. The…

Tue 18 Apr

£15 (£12) / 020 7498 4699

Wed 19 Apr

£15 (£12) / 020 7498 4699

Thu 20 Apr

£15 (£12) / 020 7498 4699

…and 10 more dates until 30 Apr

A Strange New Space

An original one-woman show without words, A Strange New Space melds physical theatre with puppetry and original music. Ages 3+.

Sun 9 Apr

£7–£9 (Under 2s free) / 020 7498 4699

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