What's On

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Spit and Polish

23rd April-»

April sees Spit & Polish bring together another fantastic line-up of spoken word artists. Headlining is the multi-talented, Katie Bonna, whose Fringe First Award winning play Dirty Great Love Story is currently running in the west end. Joining her are artist resident at the Roundhouse, Joe Beaumont-Howell, community arts devotee, Desree Gumbs-Carty and Slambassadors 2015 winner, Jay Hulme. Join us for a night of humour, charm, wit and sincerity

After the Fall

After The Fall

13th May-»14th May

A brand new Opera inspired by the real-life incidents featured in Musicophilia by the renowned neurologist and author Oliver Sacks. The successful career of opera singer Eva Ende has been cut short by an accident, and the resulting brain injury has caused her to lose the ability to comprehend music. The Doctor is also experiencing his own loss of musical sense following the death of his mother...


Spit and Polish

21st May-»

Spit & Polish are proud to present spoken word superstar Luke Wright’s new show The Toll. If you haven’t seen Luke perform you should, if you have, you’ll surely want to see him again. Joining him is the equally talented Maria Ferguson, whose show Fat Girls Don’t Dance has been playing to sold out crowds up and down the country. Don’t miss this one, you’ll regret it!

Maria Morena Lion And Unicorn

Maria Morena

1st June-»2nd September

This musical comedy show tells the funny story of a young Spanish farm girl that travels to London to fulfil her dream of becoming a 'Superstar'. With original music and songs by composer Alex Paton, more than 2000 computer controlled LED lights, film digital special effects, neon lights, spectacularly designed costumes and a powerful inspiring message 'Maria Morena' is not a conventional show!


All That

6th June-»10th June

In a bid to improve their current financial crisis, Taylor and Riley decide to rent out their spare room - and it’s Jamie and Parker, another young-ish gay couple, who are chosen to move in. All That, written by Shaun Kitchener (Hollyoaks, Positive, BAFTA Rocliffe winner 2016), is a timely look at love and monogamy; a funny, frank and razor-sharp examination of modern gay relationships

Dr Marigold's Prescriptions

Dr Marigold's Prescriptions

23rd October-»24th October

One of Charles Dickens' short stories. From the moment the motor-mouthed 19th Century travelling bric-a-brac salesman Dr Marigold ambles onto the stage, we are hanging on to every word of his engaging banter whilst taken on a journey through the towns and villages of 19th Century England and the ups and downs of his colourful life. Dickens himself would surely give a nod to this glorious adaptation.