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1 Sep

Josie Long: Work in Progress

Josie Long is a multi-award-winning comedian, writer, podcaster, and film-maker. She is a trailblazer of the UK comedy industry, as the first woman to be nominated 3 times for the Edinburgh Comedy Award (2010 - 2012).

1 Sep

Nabil Abdulrashid: Work in Progress

Join Nabil Abdulrashid (Britain's Got Talent, BBC Funny Festival Live) as he tries out some new stand-up material.

2 Sep

Crybabies: Bagbeard

Join Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominees Crybabies on their latest sketch and storytelling adventure about finding home, forbidden love, magic, mystery, town planning, owl summoning and discarded cardboard tubing.

3 Sep

The Free Association Presents: Summer Camp

Proudly presenting: Summer Camp. That’s right, some of the best queer performers from leading London Improv Theatre The Free Association are putting on a show!

3, 17 Sep & 1 Oct

The Free Association Presents: Jacuzii

Come on in, the water’s fine... In this critically acclaimed improvised comedy show, an all-star cast of improvisers will be joined by a very special guest.

5 Sep

Sarah Keyworth: Work in Progress

An hour of new material from Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominee Sarah Keyworth.


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 on the booking page to decide how much you want to pay for your ticket. To give you a guide, the slider is set at 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.

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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.

Creative development at Battersea Arts Centre is supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation through the Weston Culture Fund. Creative development projects with disabled artists are also supported by Necessity.