Lost Dog somehow conjure a fresh perspective on Romeo & Juliet in this hilarious and moving dance theatre imagining of what might have been…
Even-numbered years are always better right (ok, forget 2016) – and 2018 is looking set to be a great year for cabaret, circus, theatre, comedy, festivals, exhibitions, food, fun and frolics galore!
Tanguera is an unfamiliar cross between a movie, dance show and musical and is definitely worth a watch if you have an evening spare.
Summer is but a distant memory, but our offbeat tips for things to do in London in October are here to jazz up your Autumn!
The spring is here & our things to do in London in March are sure to make your bulbs bloom!
Fox Symphony sees Foxy and Husk lip-sync a beautiful and contemplative performance about class, community and the dream of a perfect nation.
SE16’s first community arts festival, SEE16 celebrates all that is creative in Rotherhithe, Canada Water, Bermondsey and Surrey Quays!
Celebrate Brazil’s Carnaval in style at Pop Brixton’s South London Carnaval 2016 – packed with amazing music, dance, food and drink!
An expertly choreographed masterclass in physical performance which packs in scares and laughs in equal measure.
Contemporary dance can sometimes bring about a yawn even amongst the most experimental of Londoners. However, ‘Horror’ by Swedish-born Jakob Ahlbom is looking to keep your pulse racing and the hairs on your arms standing on end from the outset.