Arts listings for Hammersmith

Lots of arts events to choose from locally.

Jubilee – Lyric Theatre, Lyric Square, King Street

A new stage adaptation of Derek Jarman’s seminal film. The cast is led by Toyah Willcox. If you are nostalgic for the good old days of punk rock this is the show for you.

“How do you take a defining film from the punk era and reconceive it for the stage, 40 years on, when the V-flicking message of punk was “no future”?” – Daily Telegraph

“The first half may drag a little,” – The Guardian

Tickets £15 ‐ £35 available here. Running time – 130 minutes. Ages 6+

Bush Hall, 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ 020 8222 6955

Lots going on at this excellent Edwardian venue. It was originally built in 1904  and was used as a dance hall through the roaring twenties and as a soup kitchen during the Second World War.

Friday February 23rd, 7:00pm £19.50

Comedy with Sara Pascoe + Joe Wilkinson + John Kearns + Suzi Ruffell

Tuesday February  27th,  7:30 PM £50

A special charity gig at Bush Hall with Natalie Imbruglia performing along with The Staks Band, Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed and Joy Crookes.  For Ethiopaid,

Thursday, March 1st 7:30 PM £12.50

The Wandering Hearts + Jarrod Dickenson

See the listings here.

Baron’s Court Theatre, The Curtains Up pub, 28a Comeragh Road, London W14 9HR 020 7602 0235

An intimate venue under the Curtains Up pub. Founded in 1991 it has only 57 seats.

More details here.

Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Road, W12 8LJ 020 8743 5050

 

The B*easts

“A searing ‘What If?’ exploration of the pornification of our culture and the sexualisation of our children.”

This “dark tale” is written by and stars Monica Dolan and explores how far one mum will go to give her child what she wants.

“The pram in the hall is not the enemy of good art.” – The Guardian

Tickets from £10. More details here.

Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, W4 1LW 0208 995 6035

This 96 seat venue opened in 1985 above the Tabard Pub and is very near Turnham Green tube – so just over the border in Hounslow.

Showing “The Jungle Book” adapted from Rudyard Kipling. “Half term fun” –  14 – 17 Feb 2018

Tickets £12 Children £10. More details here.

Irish Cultural Centre, 5 Black’s Road, Hammersmith, W6 9DT 

Friday 16 February. 7.30pm. Tickets £12. Concessions £10.

‘Red Noise,’ A One-Man Show, from Irish Actor/ Comedian Owen O Neill.

Friday 23rd February.  2.00pm –  5.30pm Tickets £25.

Afternoon Storytelling Workshop by International Storyteller, Peter Chand

“Come and join him for a workshop exploring the senses and learning how they can enhance your storytelling skills. ”

More details here.

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