Battersea Arts Centre occupies an old town hall in the heart of Battersea and is renowned for making some of the most cutting-edge new theatre in the UK.
The birthplace of Jerry Springer the Opera and the first London venue to present Punchdrunk, BAC nurtures talented emerging artists and is renowned for making some of the most cutting-edge new work in the UK. BAC works with artists who question traditional forms of theatre and make work that often doesn’t start life with a script.
This is theatre that blurs genres, challenges your view of the world and thrives on experiment. BAC presents events that spill out of the building and onto the streets of London.
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BAC (Battersea Arts Centre)
Lavender HillBatterseaLondonSW11 5TN
- +44 (0)20 7223 2223
I've seen some of the most interesting and creative performances here, so I can say this place definitely worth a visit. The building is quirky but I like it. There are beautiful murals and stained glass everywhere and the people that work there are really nice and friendly. The tickets are reasonably priced as well.more
We used the facilities for the babies that was good fun, I was told it was free but had to pay 3 when I got there. The place is great for babies and toddlers though. We went to try the cafe but they stopped serving food at 3.30 so hopefully next timemore
Saw Orpheus here, I've had lunch here, even just walked in to see what the place is about. What an incredible space. Its large and spacious reaped in elegance and moxie. Nothing says community theatre than this place. its a great place to just hang out in.more
What a beautiful venue! Full of character and atmosphere, a great big old organ and very friendly staff. There's a cute little bar with a good selection of nibbles and drinks for intervals.
Looking forward to seeing another show here soon!
Seen/experienced two shows here: Fuel's "Ring", and Forced Entertainment's "The Coming Storm". Both were in different parts of the space, and utilized their locations well.
The venue's easy to get to - just a short walk from Clapham Junction station, or via bus. There is a modest bar/cafe downstairs to get a coffee or alcoholic beverage before the show. Limited selection of wine and beer...more