20 - 28 Oct
Figs in Wigs are coming out of isolation and this time they’ve got their period (dresses). Presenting a live art, feminist ‘adaptation’ of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women. Wild, irreverent and cosmically comical, this production dismantles the traditional canon to make way for the doomed future of humankind.
3 - 13 Nov
Exploring colonial legacies through the prism of the Bolivian/Aymaran warrior Bartolina Sisa, Endurance looks at how we endure, why we endure, and how women can make their innate propensity for endurance work in their favour to tip the balance of power.
Moving Roots Touring Network presents the five star production of Rent Party. You are cordially invited to the party we all need. We'll sing, we'll dance, play games and tell our stories; creating a kaleidoscopic picture of what it means to be gifted, working class and LGBTQI+.
DANCE AND MOVEMENT
3 - 5 Nov
POLITICAL MOTHER UNPLUGGED
Danced to a bespoke, new recording of Shechter’s music and accompanied by a landscape of designed, digital animated projections, POLITICAL MOTHER UNPLUGGED will invoke the ferocity and spirit of the original for a new era.
20 Oct - 4 Nov
The Body Remembers
The body is an archive. It remembers everything - even the things that the head forgets. Heather Agyepong's powerful new solo performance The Body Remembers explores how trauma lives in the body, particularly for Black British women across different generations.
Heart N Soul's Lockdown Mixtape 2
Join us for a digitally streamed evening of music featuring 4 incredible acts - award-winner Lizzie Emeh, Danielle aka D.M.S., and bands Electric Fire and Too Hot For Candy as they perform brand new music created during lockdown.
14 - 23 Dec
Mark Thomas: An Extra Plate
From this most unChristmassy storyteller comes Christmas tales from his life, time and family. The one where his dad was Father Christmas for the school fete, the Christmas spent alone, the dead neighbours, the broken hearts and the unexpected guests.
WE'RE GOOD TO GO
We have been recognised by the National Tourist Associations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, that we are operating within the COVID-19 Industry Standard; following government and industry COVID-19 guidelines to ensure processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and social/physical distancing.
PAY WHAT YOU CAN
As part of our wider commitment to making the arts accessible to everyone, all performances at Battersea Arts Centre will now be part of our universal Pay What You Can pricing model.
Use the slider or list of prices to decide how much you want to pay for your ticket. To give you a guide, we’ve included a recommended price for each event. Any amount paid over this will help us continue to make our events accessible to everyone, whilst supporting our activities with artists, young people and our local community.
Head to our blog to find out more about Pay What You Can.