The Moors – 7pm on Saturday 3rd November

Brixton Community Base invites you to the public preview of ‘The Moors’,

Two migrants both alike in dignity

in his city where we lay our dreams.

Two spirited men arrive in London looking for Shakespeare. They say they are from Balaika, Africa. They have passed through fire to be here and are determined for the great man to hear their stories.
Alas, Shakespeare is dead! However, his theatre still stands. Soon they find themselves swept up and placed on stage in front of an expectant audience. Fame, fortune, and two smitten actresses await. But, can they survive the hostile environment?
In triumphantly energetic style, two actors play men, women and immigration police to portray this funny yet moving story of love, friendship, and ambition. A vibrant and utterly engaging theatre experience not to be missed.

Written by Tonderai Munyevu
Directed and Produced by Arne Pohlmeier

Doors open 6.30 – admission free – donations welcome



Cabaret at the Half Moon

An evening of West End cabaret 

Friday 12th October, the Half Moon at 7.00pm 

After last year’s sell-out performance, Sixteenfeet returns to the Half Moon with an evening of songs from the shows as part of the Herne Hill Music Festival.

Join stars from Phantom of the Opera, Les MiserablesChicago, and Wicked for musical delights from the West End and Broadway.

Ticket also includes a glass of prosecco and a specially prepared 3-course meal.

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Free Drama Workshops

Brixton Youth Theatre autumn classes for young people between the ages of 13 to 21  are now being held every Friday from 6 until 8pm throughout the autumn. And the classes are free.

You can find BYT at Brixton Community Base, Talma Road London SW2 1AS. To join them call 07960 964558 or you can email

The programme includes some jam-packed workshops of acting and drama games, improvisation and text work, masterclasses and theatre visits.

The project is led by joint Artistic Directors Max Gold and David Baker. Between them they have a wealth of experience as actors and directors in theatre, film and television. As well as performing with leading theatres such as the RSC and the National, they have created and run numerous projects for young people throughout London, including at the Lyric Hammersmith, where David Baker was Director of Creative Learning and an Artistic Associate.

They have been involved in feature film casting and worked on set with young actors in films such as Thor 2. Brixton Youth Theatre members they have coached have won places at colleges ranging from RADA to the Brit School.
Brixton Youth Theatre also benefits from a wide network of theatre, film and TV professionals who will lead guest workshops and projects and will provide a direct link into the industry.



Vintage Voices


Creative Writing and Oral History

Do you have a story to tell? 

We will also be recording memories and experiences of first generation Brixtonians who settled here and shaped it’s identity. This is an exciting opportunity to paint a picture of how things were to pass on to a new generation.

Sixteenfeet Productions invites Lambeth Elders to take part in a series of  writing workshops developing skills, sharing experiences and having fun on Thursday afternoons at Brixton Community Base.

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