Big Bang #6

Dates and Times

Sat 30 Jan at 2pm

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Ticket information

£12 / 10

Book Tickets

Part of Whose London Is It Anyway?, a festival of theatre, performance and discussion exploring the changing face of our capital city.

Welcome to the second ‘Whose London Is It Anyway?’ edition of our regular scratch night, The Big Bang: an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge… These jam-packed platforms are highlights of any CPT festival: the place to see wild & wonderful new projects take their first steps…

Nothing Is Certain But Expense by James Cross and Desmond Truscott
Have you ever found yourself in a place far different from anything you know, where you don’t quite understand the rules or know what to do or say? Nothing is Certain but Expense is a surreal, physically engaging portrayal of such a bewildering time. When James first arrives in London, everything is too busy, too systemised, too expensive and a far cry from anything in his previous experience. Will he sink or swim in a city where no one has any time for anyone else?

There Was Is A Place by Caleb Oluwafemi
Love; music; public space. Stories of a working-class generation who lived in the housing estates of Peckham. Caleb is a recipient of our BAME seed commissions, part of Whose London Is It Anyway?

Untitled by Malachy Orozco
A solo, work-in-progress piece about the fear of displacement.

Catch Big Bang #6 in a double bill with Cuncrete (5.30pm), or This Is Private Property (7.15pm). Two shows for just £16!


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