REVIEW: Untitled Sparkly Vampire Play, Omnibus Theatre

While the play is an interesting examination of being confused about sexuality and identity, it feels as though its neat conclusion doesn’t quite fit in with the rest of the story. There is no doubting that Ashley Milne’s new play has a quirky charm about it to explore sexuality and journey to acceptance of who… Read More

Interview With….Rachael Rooney

Emma Clarendon chatted to Rachael about starring in Eoin McAndrew’s The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying at the Omnibus Theatre. Hi Rachael, could you tell me what The Girl Who Was Very Good at Lying is about? On the surface it’s about a young woman who is stuck in a small town in rural Northern… Read More

NEWS: Omnibus Theatre Announces Autumn Shows

The Clapham based theatre has confirmed details of its upcoming Autumn season. The Omnibus Theatre has confirmed details of its first shows for its upcoming Autumn season, which will begin with Christian Graham’s Boy’s Cry, a new play that confronts the constraints of modern masculinity. It will run at the theatre from the 30th August… Read More

REVIEW: The Human Connection, Omnibus Theatre

Formed of two contrasting plays by Eugene O’Hare, The Human Connection makes for fascinating viewing but can lose direction in places. Formed of Larry Devlin Wants to Talk to You About Something That Happened and Child 786, this is very much an evening that is about delving into the psychology of three different characters who… Read More

REVIEW: We Were Having a Perfectly Nice Time, Omnibus Theatre

Pedro Leandro’s short play is sharp and pacy – but is in need of further development. Sharply funny and cynical, Pedro Leandro’s play certainly captures the audience’s attention – but at 25 minutes long it is too short to really get a grasp on exactly what is happening. Starring straightforward at the audience- with no… Read More

Interview With…Scott Le Crass

The director chatted to us about reviving Country Music by Simon Stephens at the Omnibus Theatre from the 29th May. Thanks so much for talking to me.What can you tell me about Country Music’? It’s a play about how one act can determine and shape the future. It follows a mans life over 20 years… Read More

Interview With…Giles Croft

The director chatted to Emma Clarendon about his production of Tony’s Last Tape, playing at the Omnibus Theatre from the 2nd April. Could you explain a little bit more about what Tony’s Last Tape is about? The structure of the play is based on Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape and features the 87 year Tony Benn… Read More

REVIEW: The Pit and the Pendulum, Omnibus Theatre

Steve Peca paid a visit to the Omnibus Theatre to catch Creation Theatre Company’s production of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tale.  I was very excited to learn about a theatre I had never visited or even heard of when I was invited this week to the Omnibus Theatre in Clapham. The show that I was there… Read More

Interview With… George Richmond-Scott

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about his upcoming production of Blood Wedding at the Omnibus Theatre from the 4th September.  How did you first come across the story? I fell in love with Lorca’s work when I was 16 years old and first encountered his plays at college. We studied Blood… Read More

PREVIEW: The Jazz Gig, Omnibus Theatre

To mark this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival photographer Jim Grover will host a solo photography exhibition which captures the intensity, emotion and movement of jazz musicians in full flow at the Omnibus Theatre from the 1st November.  On display at the Omnibus Theatre in Clapham, the collection of 35 black and white images features celebrated musicians… Read More