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  • Address:

    Battersea Arts Centre Lavender Hill
    London
    SW11 5TN

  • Venue phone:

    020 7223 2223

  • Venue website:

    www.bac.org.uk

  • Transport:

    BR: Clapham Junction; Tube: Clapham Common/Stockwell

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    1. Battersea Arts Centre
      • Lavender Hill
        London
        SW11 5TN
      • 020 7223 2223
      • www.bac.org.uk
      • 51.468244,-0.154345

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Antarctica

Puppetry, Kids' theatre, Drama, Off-West End

Wacky, mischievous, imagination-fuelled company Little Bulb may be an inspired choice for this year's Christmas show at Battersea Arts Centre. Their music-infused adult shows are often a heap of silliness and fun, which will hopefully translate particularly...

Antarctica
  1. Tue Dec 2 – Sun Jan 4 2015
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £14, £9 concs
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A Show For Christmas by Daniel Kitson

Drama, Comedy, Off-West End

Judging by the pre-show blurb, Daniel Kitson clearly hasn't entirely decided what his Christmas show is going to be about - although he probably wouldn't tell us even if he did. There may well be snow, he says, and he may also wear a costume, but that's...

A Show For Christmas by Daniel Kitson
  1. Mon Dec 1 – Sat Dec 6
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £12
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Bridget Christie – An Ungrateful Woman

Solo shows, Political comedy, Stand-up

  • Critics' choice

Bridget Christie won the 2013 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award for her passionately political show attacking everyday sexism, 'A Bic for Her'. Her follow-up, 'An Ungrateful Woman', is equally superb, if not better. Christie jokingly complains about her...

Bridget Christie – An Ungrateful Woman
  1. Mon Nov 3 – Mon Dec 15
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £20, £17.50 concs
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Confirmation

Experimental theatre, Drama, Off-West End

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Critics' choice

This review was of the show's 2014 Edinburgh Festival run. Well this was a full-on start to the Fringe: the new show by theatre maker and poet Chris Thorpe – for which he’s largely jettisoned the actual poetry – wallops you like an axe to the neck. Devised...

Confirmation
  1. Wed Oct 22 – Sat Oct 25
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £15, £12 concs
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Dad Dancing

Drama, Off-West End

Exploring father-child relationships through the medium of dancing like a dad, this show from Rosie Heafford, Alexandrina Hemsley and Helena Webb has the creators and their dads grooving on down. With a soundtrack including Beethoven, Whitney Houston...

  1. Wed Oct 29 – Sat Nov 15
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £15, £12 concs
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Dancer

Drama, Off-West End, Dance

Two artists Ian and Gary who love to dance in public stage this new work about what it is to be a dancer. Though neither are trained dancers, the piece has them boogying to tracks by the likes of Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga and Nick Cave. Created with the...

  1. Thu Nov 6 – Sat Nov 8
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £12, £9 concs
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Echo Beach

Drama, Dance, Off-West End

When you dance, do you move with your elbows or your hips? Hannah Sullivan explores social dancing and reveals how it brings us all closer together.  

  1. Fri Nov 7 – Sat Nov 8
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £12, £9 concs
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Feast

Drama, Off-West End

Typically inventive and brilliant Clout Theatre stage this piece about food which uses breakfast, lunch and dinner to portray the evolution of humanity.

  1. Fri Nov 14 – Sat Nov 15
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £12, £9 concs
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Grandpa Joe's Giant Storytelling Bed

Kids' theatre, Drama, Kids' theatre, Off-West End

Climb onto a storytelling bed this half term and discover stories inspired by the adventures Charlie and Grandpa Joe had in Wonka's chocolate factory. Ages 5-10 and their families.

  1. Thu Oct 30 – Sat Nov 1
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £7
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If These Spasms Could Speak

Drama, Off-West End

Actor Robert Softley stages this solo performance of funny, touching, sad and surprising stories about disabled people and their bodies. Ages 14-plus.

  1. Thu Oct 23 – Sat Oct 25
  2. Battersea Arts Centre
  3. £12, £9 concs
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