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Omnibus Theatre, London

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EDIT: Following advice from the Government regarding COVID-19, we have postponed the new writing night Scratching the Surface to a later date to be confirmed. Watch this space for further announcements.


Looking for a great evening at the theatre? Look no further! We are bringing you 8 brand new plays from a host of exciting writers you should most certainly keep an eye on!

Kibo Productions has partnered with the London College of Music at University of West London to bring you a brilliant night of entertainment with an original concept: drama students are working alongside and under the supervision of professional theatre-makers to create this show in which you are bound to see some of the stars of tomorrow. The result is a mix of established and emerging talent guaranteed to entertain you and to get you thinking.

See you there!

Warning: The show will touch on topics which some might contain sensitive, such as suicide, abortion, death. The show contains strong language and sexual references.

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Omnibus Theatre

Clapham Common North Side



1. One Night Stand, by Marianne Kelly

Director: Lou Corben, Assistant Director: Jake Hart


2. Watching Paint Dry, by Marcia Kelson

Director: Manisha Sondhi, Assistant Director: Alice de Gennaro


3. Chrissy, by Eddie Coleman

Director: Tom Sergeant


4. Everything's Brilliant, by Jonathan Skinner

Director: Hannah Stacey


5. Sales of a Deadman, by Arthur M Jolly

Director: Jagoda Kamov, Assistant Director: Lucia Gandara Garcia


6. If you see my Dad..., by Jo Spencely

Director: Michael Gyngell, Assistant Director: Bill McGillivray


7. Right Place, Wrong Time, by Chelsea Sheldon

Director: Christine Mears, Assistant Director: Matt Battersby


8. Ever Changing Skyline, by Emma Pitt

Director: Sharon Willems

Doors will open 10 minutes before the show.


Kibo Productions

We program our work to be intentionally diverse with content that is socially relevant, artistically engaging and inclusive at its core. We believe theatre is for everyone and aim to make work that is entertaining and accessible. As an international company, we actively seek to represent our cultural backgrounds within our work and aim to promote Romanian and American theatre in the UK. We see ourselves as part of a wider, global theatre community and are excited to work in translation when the opportunity arises and seek to build relationships with international artists and venues.