REVIEW: From Me to Us, Battersea Arts Centre (Online)

This one man show is a thoughtful and insightful look at parenting and how laws have been changed to allow for single father surrogacy. In 2019, the law in the UK changed to allow for single father surrogacy. In particular, Section 54a of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 specifically now allows single people… Read More

Interview With…Wayne Steven Jackson

We chatted to Wayne Steven Jackson about bringing his show From Me To Us to the Battersea Arts Centre, available to watch from the 10th to the 16th May. Could you tell me a bit more about what From Me to Us is about?  From Me To Us is an autobiographical digital performance that documents a recent change… Read More

NEWS: Philharmonia Orchestra Announce Programme for Online Summer Series

The orchestra have announced full details of its online series starting on the 16th July. The Philharmonia Orchestra have today announced the full programme for its upcoming The Philharmonia Sessions online series filmed at the Battersea Arts Centre. This newly announced programme of three free digital concerts will open with Sheku Kanneh-Mason joining the Orchestra to perform Saint-Saëns Cello… Read More

PREVIEW: Omid Djalili, Michael McIntyre and friends : Polka’s Big Charity Comedy Night, Battersea Arts Centre Grand Hall

The BAC’s Grand Hall will host a charity gig to help raise money for the Polka Theatre’s redevelopment. Taking place on the 9th December at 7.30pm, Polka Theatre Parton Omid Djalili will host Polka’s Big Charity Comedy Night in aid to raise the theatre’s final £400k redevelopment appeal target and to secure its future. As well… Read More

NEWS: Adam Lazarus’s Daughter to Premiere in London

Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2018, Adam Lazarus’s play will make its London debut next year at the Battersea Arts Centre. Directed by Ann-Marie Kerr, Adam Lazarus’s play is a dark satire that confronts toxic masculinity head on as seen through the eyes of an engaging and troubled man. Through… Read More

Five Minutes with…. John Kearns

Comedian John Kearns spoke to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about bringing his show Don’t Worry They’re Here to the Battersea Arts Centre.  Hi John thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. What can audiences expect from ‘Don’t Worry They’re Here’?  I hope I provide an hours entertainment in which the audience laugh as one or even better,… Read More

PREVIEW: Every One @Battersea Arts Centre

Chris Goode will direct the English premiere of Jo Clifford’s 2010 hit play – which was sparked following the death of her wife and the sudden death of her mother when she was younger.  Every One is a take on a Medieval morality play titled Everyman and will arrive at the Battersea Arts Centre from the 2nd… Read More

Preview: Feast, Clout Theatre @Battersea Arts Centre

The physical theatre company bring their acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe show to London which looks at our attitude towards food throughout history.  Clout Theatre  will be delivering their history on food from the 2nd to the 6th February at the Battersea Arts Centre, serving it in three chapters: breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is a wordless and… Read More

Preview: Light by Theatre Ad Infinitum

Inventive theatre company Theatre Ad Infinitum to bring their sci-fi thriller about the possibilities of state surveillance to Battersea Arts Centre in February.  Following sold out performances at the Barbican (part of the London International Mime Festival 2015) and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Light will arrive at the Battersea Arts Centre from 1st-13th February. Inspired by Edward… Read More