MUST DO: And Now What at the Roundhouse

Sadie Sinner of the Cocoa Butter Club. Photo: Roxanne Anderson
This season of performances, spanning spoken word, music, theatre and film, explores “the times we are living in now”. Featuring work that looks at the issues affecting our daily lives, it examines inequality, mental health, post-Brexit Britain and immigration.

Expect film screenings and live podcasts from established artists, rising stars and home-grown talent. The season culminates in a music-making spectacle as Grammy award-winning artist Angelique Kidjo and 180 young musicians and circus performers from across the globe take over the Roundhouse stage.

Other highlights include Border Control by Hack Theatre, who explore the complexities behind immigration and relationships; a cabaret show about the power of words from Talia Randall; and a special edition podcast of The Guilty Feminist in front of a live audience.

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3rd October-27th November. Tickets and more info here.
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