Theatre and Dance Autumn / Winter Season
There's a whole feast of new shows in our theatres and online for you to enjoy this autumn and winter. . .
Taylor Mac: Holiday Sauce... Booster!
Christmas as calamity! Holiday traditions are turned riotously on their head by the inimitable Taylor Mac, who manifests a joyous community spirit to celebrate the season in all of its dysfunction.
London International Mime Festival: SHORT & SWEET
Dance, drag, lip-syncing and satire feature in this thoroughly modern take on the variety show from an award-winning dance theatre company.
London International Mime Festival: aSH
Dazzling, otherworldly spectacle from the visionary director Aurélien Bory. This is a thrilling solo by award-winning performer Shantala Shivalingappa.
London International Mime Festival: Stellaire
Wonder at the mysteries of the universe and stars as two virtuoso artists create a beautiful visual feast, a graphic novel that literally emerges before your eyes.
London International Mime Festival: Interiors
Mysteries unfurl beyond the stage in this hypnotic and powerfully intense drama from one of Scotland’s foremost theatre companies.
The PappyShow: Pit Party
Join us for an evening of radical joy, celebrating bold and beautiful dance, music and the best of vibes curated by The PappyShow.
Boy Blue: A Night with Boy Blue
Mixing exuberant hip-hop dance displays, a joyful sense of community and the heart-thumping rhythms of an electronic score, Boy Blue’s biennial showcase always culminates in uproarious applause.
Boy Blue: B.S.I. Jam
Dance the night away with Boy Blue in our foyer at the after party where everybody is invited.
Belarus Free Theatre: Dogs of Europe
From one of the world’s bravest theatre companies comes a visceral, psychological drama set in the near future, depicting a dystopian super-state in which individual rights have given way to control.
Ballet Black: Double Bill
Celebrating their 20th anniversary, this thrilling and imaginative ballet company debut an outstanding double bill featuring choreography from Gregory Maqoma and score by Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante.