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Vamos Cuba! (24 Oct-11 Nov)
The scintillating spectacular from acclaimed Cuban choreographer Nilda Guerra returns to London.   Set in the crazy chaos of Havana... Read more
Upfront Comedy (8 Oct-3 Dec)
Tricycle Theatre is bringing comedy back to North West London. So after the rice and peas had digested what better... Read more
Coriolanus (6-18 Nov)
Coriolanus is the name given to a Roman general after his more than adequate military success against various uprisings challenging... Read more
Yellowman (22 Nov – 2Dec)
Divided into five parts, Yellowman details the relationship between Eugene, a very fair-skinned black man, and Alma, a large dark-skinned... Read more
Dee, Myself and I (25-26 Sept)
Dee, Myself and I tells the story of a young woman named Thea, who is finding... Read more
Dolphins And Sharks (12-30 Sept)
Dolphins And Sharks – a play about office politics, racism, equality and more.   ‘’I actively avoid office politics by... Read more
Wahala Comedy Clash (23 Sept)
Europe’s undisputed urban show returns for a hilarious comedy clash rematch. Wahala Comedy Clash is the UK’s biggest selling urban... Read more
An Evening with an Immigrant (28-29 Sept)
Inua Ellams will tell his ridiculous, fantastic, poignant immigrant-story of escaping fundamentalist Islam in Nigeria, directing an arts festival in... Read more
Hoochie Koochie (1-13 Aug
In 1999 Trajal Harrell performed at Judson Church in New York, a three minute piece in which Harrell walked, paused... Read more
Fantastic Mr Fox (Till 20 Aug)
After the successful sell out run last year, Nuffield Southampton Theatres, Curve and Lyric Hammersmith announce that the production of... Read more