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Scroll down to see the full list of programmed events here at the Albany and our two sister venues, Canada Water Culture Space and Deptford Lounge, as well as hired events taking place in our spaces.
Join a community dance project by professional choreographer Sophie Nüzel and perform in The Adventures of The Little Ghost at the Albany this May.
Howard is a massive kid. A massive kid with a moustache. He makes words, pictures, animation and noises, nearly all of which will make you laugh.
Veering between reality and simulation, Celebration, Florida orbits around ideas of surrogacy; a stand-in to replace a person you miss, a re-creation of an experience you can’t stop thinking about, nostalgia for a place that never existed.
A heart-warming family film based on the true story of Phiona Mutesi, a young girl growing up in Kampala, Uganda, whose life is changed when she is introduced to the world of chess. Starring David Oyelowo, Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o, and newcomer Madina Nalwanga.
StoneCrabs Young Directors proudly present Stomping Ground, a diverse and dynamic three-night festival featuring nine short plays.
A compelling meditation on our place in the universe.
8 year old Lexi doesn’t make friends as easily as some. If only her school would allow a non-school uniform day then she could be herself and find others like her. Inspired by Grandad’s hippy stories from the swinging 60s, she decides to fight the powers that be, namely her class teacher Mr Marsh and the class bully, Suzy.
All the best recipes have a story behind them, whether it’s Granny’s heavenly Yorkshire puddings, the secret ingredient that makes sure the sponge always rises or that extra pinch of something that makes your Naan bread perfection! A new show all about food – the fun of making it and, of course, the joy of eating it.
Fans of Elvis and/or American industry may already know that Crown Electric is the name of the power company that employed the young Presley as a delivery truck driver until he got the call to record his first session at Sun Studios. Sixty years later, it’s also the title of the tenth album from Liverpool-born, Newcastle-based singer-songwriter Kathryn Williams.
A wistful mother in the 1950s makes some simple home recordings in her family sitting room. Little could she have known that decades later, her son would become one of the most poetic and influential songwriters ever, or that more than sixty years later, the dust would be blown off her own songs.
The National Theatre Connections Festival is a celebration of young people and theatre-making which commissions ten new plays for young people to perform each year, bringing together exciting writers and the theatre-makers of tomorrow.
A special edition of Entelechy’s radical version of a tea-dance where emerging older artists will share the stage with performers from one of the UK’s top poetry collectives, Chill Pill.
Join the company for an exclusive dance workshop.
Written by Emma Reeves
Co-produced by York Theatre Royal
Woodland trees transform from dark weathered branches, to silver sticks of frost, while hidden in brushwood, beside an ice-covered lake, a lost rejected duckling stares skyward at the migrating swans, yearning to belong and marvelling at their beauty....