South London

A City of Foxes

A City of Foxes A Spoken Word Poetry play by Becci Louise Durga is British. She loves football, listens to the Beatles and eats fish and chips. (Ok, her Sunday best is a sari and she doesn’t think Korma is a real curry, but that’s just her). Martha, the old lady next door, is determined …

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The Flood

The Flood is set in the bloody battlefields of WW1 and premiered in a small previously unused cellar space below Summerhall at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival. It recreates the unimaginable horror of the conflict with an explicit depiction of the slaughter of millions of soldiers torn from their ordinary lives to fight in perhaps the …

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Utopia Theatre: Stan

A one man puppet show. Jim Barnard and Scallywag Theatre bring you the UK premiere of Stan, a (nearly) life-sized puppet with a confrontational style (he’s not afraid to say what’s on his mind, or on yours). Jim has taken Stan to theatres and festivals around the world, from Bolivia to Slovenia, Belarus to Capo …

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Croydon Life Drawing

All abilities and ages [18+] welcome! These independent workshops are aimed at beginners and the more advanced. You don’t have to be an ‘artist’. Cowork with like-minded individuals, at your own pace. We usually change our model every week and they are free to pose how they wish. We welcome feedback and input from all …

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MY Sunday Social

Chilled out DJ set on Sundays in the cafe. Chilled out vibes, and free for all to enjoy. Every first Sunday of the month. More details soon, it’s going to be a regular.

DEGREE Art Pop-Up Shop

‘degree’  Ironically called ‘degree’, this artistic pop-up shop is designed to give all inspired students studying for a form of creative degree, graduates as well as those who just have artist flair a platform to present and potentially sell their work. ‘Degree’ is set up by Alisha John, who as a student entering into her final …

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