The Old Sorting Office Arts Centre

The Old Sorting Office Arts Centre
Barnes Green, 49 Station Road, Barnes, London, SW13 0LF
  • Telephone 020 8876 9885
  • Bar open Mon-Fri 9pm-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm
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  • Website www.osoarts.org.uk

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There are 6 events at this location

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Brexit the Musical

David Shirreff and Russell Sarre's satirical musical exploring the fallout from Brexit.

Tue 7 Feb

£12–£14 / 020 8876 9885

Wed 8 Feb

£12–£14 / 020 8876 9885

Thu 9 Feb

£12–£14 / 020 8876 9885

…and 2 more dates until 11 Feb

Brexit The Musical

After a sell-out run at the Canal Cafe Theatre, this musical romp takes us through the fiasco and aftermath of the June 2016 Referendum. "BREXIT MEANS BREXIT", but what the hell does that mean? Only this show gets close to an answer. Think Brecht & Weill meet Gilbert & Sullivan. "Boris is the answer to everybody's…

Tue 7 Feb

Wed 8 Feb

Thu 9 Feb

…and 2 more dates until 11 Feb

Camille : A Song For You, From Around The World

Over the last 10 years, in a variety of ensembles large and small, Camille & Charlie have been fortunate to build a repertoire full of surprises. Recent years have seen them perform sell-out shows at the Old Sorting Office in Barnes. They are now delighted to return, as part of the Barnes Music Festival 2017, to what…

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch. a play by Alan Ayckbourn. Brother and sister Martin and Sarah Massie have moved to the Bluebell Hill development where they hope to enjoy a quiet, Christian existence. Just as they are preparing for a housewarming gathering, their peace is shattered by a young trespasser in their garden. Neighbours…

…and 2 more dates until 11 Mar

Romantic Encounters in a Darkened Room

Charlie Ross presents a new one-man sketch show with high-octane sketches, songs and ambitious use of multimedia.

The Wives Of Others

It's 1955 in New York City. With their husbands out on a job, Angie and her friends are having a dinner party - and nothing will ruin it for them. Angie and her friends are the wives of six career-criminals in the underground world of organised crime, but they don't like to talk about it. When the 'job' their loved ones…

Tue 24 Jan

£14 (Children £12) / 020 8876 9885

Wed 25 Jan

£14 (Children £12) / 020 8876 9885

Thu 26 Jan

£14 (Children £12) / 020 8876 9885

…and 2 more dates until 28 Jan

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