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Brixton House announces it’s forth season of shows

Would you believe Brixton House has been open for a year already? They’ve just announced a stellar line up of shows for their 4th season.

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Brixton House has been open only a year, but in its lifespan has already treated thousands in its audience with sell out shows of all themes and genres. Now their forth season is upon us and they’ve just announced their line-up of shows from April to August 2023. They’ll be presenting ‘new work from artists that confidently interrogate and ask questions about the world we live in’. Ruth Hawkins, Head of Programming and Producing, has commented on the new season:

“It’s an exciting time for Brixton House, once again celebrating new and important perspectives from communities across London and the world. Supporting artists at varying levels of their careers is vital and I’m pleased that we are able to continue to do this.”

Here’s what you’re in for:

We Need New Names
28th April – 6th May

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‘Paradise. Home of 10-year-old Darling and her friends: four children on the edge of innocence. A playground overflowing with mischief and games where they imagine countries a luxurious life away from theirs in Mugabe’s Zimbabwe.’

One of Them Ones
13th May – 14th May

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‘A dazzling new play about two siblings living in a rural community trying to get their heads around gender identity. Frankie is desperate to be understood, accepted, loved. But LGBTQ alphabet soup has got Michael’s head spinning. Why’s it gotta be so complicated?’

Live from The Close Encounter Club
18th May

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‘The Close Encounter Club is an intergalactic live music venue orbiting planet Earth. After recent appearances at The Great Escape and SXSW Online, as well as Latitude 2021, The Club is back hosting live events in London.’

My Uncle Is Not Pablo Escobar
7th June – 24th June

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‘From not having a box to tick to challenging toxic stereotypes; as Alejandra, Lucia, Honey and Catalina risk everything to expose a multinational bank, they confront the audience with what it means to be both Londoner and Latinx….Chihuahua.’

Housemates Festival
4th July – 23rd July

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‘A festival of new work to celebrate the stories that independent artists and freelancers have created over the past few years. We hand over the keys to our housemates for two weeks to play and reimagine the theatre as a world of their own.’

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