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  • Tibetan and Mongolian Nomadic Music Event

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    If you have not been to Tibet or Mongolia, and you still want to see and feel these two giant worlds of traditional and nomadic songs and music, this event could be your golden chance to experience them at your doorstep. Why miss it?

    This great event is jointly organized by well-known artists: Bat-Erdene Victor Nyamdavaa, Tamding Arts and Ngawang Lodup. Victor is one of the most famous Mongolian throat singers, Horsehead fiddle and Jew harp player at Nomadic Tunes. He appeared on Britain’s Got Talent and travels around the world to excite his fans with his great performances.

    Tamding Arts is a multitalented Tibetan Artist from Tibet, based in the States, known as the first Tibetan tattoo artist. His tattooing arts, numerous music albums and outstanding talents in acting recognized internationally and he travels around the world to showcase his tattoo arts and music. He was gifted into painting since young and he plays Tibetan drum, flute, guitar so on.

    Ngawang Lodup is a renowned Tibetan nomadic singer, he has been to many major world music festivals singing Tibetan traditional acapella as well as contemporary folk songs accompanied by a uniquely created Tibetan musical instrument. He was featured on BBC’s one of the emerging new artists of 2015.

    These three wonderfully talented artists will perform exciting and soothing solo songs, and as a group to create an exceptional environment of performing arts for the audience to mesmerize and enjoy.

    It is an event not to miss, and the coming together of these three highly regarded artists is a rare thing to get hold of. Tickets are limited and will go fast, grab yours early to make sure you have a seat in advance.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 18th January 2019

    Times: 6.30pm

    Price: £16.58

  • Tramtastic Nights


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    Friday 1st February

    Tramtastic nights are accessible club nights for adults with learning difficulties; creating a safe space to dance and socialise.

    The night hosts a DJ and a dancefloor, and a second ‘chill-out’ room for anyone who needs a break from the boogie.

    These events are exclusively for adults with learning difficulties, their family and carers.

    GLYPT and Oxleas are facilitating these events but are not providing a support service.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: 1st February

    Times: 7pm-10pm

    Price: £5 / Carers go free



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    An evening of short performances, featuring scratch pieces from young artists and companies, plus a work-in-progress by resident company Sneaky&Raptor.

    Five young artists / companies share short pieces of work they are currently developing. Featuring new performances by Alex Stringer & Cordelia Stevenson, Natalie Melton, Mandi Chivasa, Sarah April Lamb & Alex Aina and Lucas Bailey.

    BURNING BRIDGES by Sneaky&Raptor
    Sneaky&Raptor present a work-in progress of their debut show BURNING BRIDGES, told through contemporary dance and acrobatics. A commentary on empathy, this show explores themes of cognitive dissonance and coping mechanisms, relating to inner turmoil and how we navigate our reality.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 8th February 2018

    Times: 7pm

    Price: £3

  • Mathilda and the Orange Balloon

    A fully d/Deaf accessible show suitable for children aged 3-7 and their families

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    Mathilda is a little grey sheep in a little grey world. Her herd is content to munch clovers, but Mathilda’s mind is full of questions. When an orange balloon makes a surprise appearance on the farm, Mathilda discovers there is more to who she is than being a grey sheep! As she explores what it means to be orange, Mathilda leads us all on a journey of self-discovery and the joys of self-expression. Join Mathilda, her herd, and our narrators on stage and see how, with a little imagination and a big open mind, anything is possible! With a diverse cast of Deaf and hearing actors, Mathilda’s tactile, fully realised world is welcoming and fully accessible to Deaf and hearing children and families through the use of spoken English, sign language, and creative captions and animation.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Saturday 16th February

    Times: 11.30am

    Price: £6

  • Jam Tomorrow

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    To celebrate the restoration of the historic Fellowship Inn in Bellingham South London, Jam Tomorrow is a community play which will transport you back to the era of mods and rockers – and when Bowie lived in Bellingham!

    Built in the 1920’s, The Fellowship has played host to musical legends including the likes of Fleetwood Mac and Eric Clapton. In the 1960’s Bellingham local and champion boxer Sir Henry Cooper lived and trained at the pub in the run up to his fight with Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay).

    Performed by members of the community, this immersive theatrical experience will reveal the true story of the Fellowship Inn.

    Produced in partnership with Phoenix Community Housing
    Under the ownership of Phoenix, a major Heritage Lottery Fund programme has enabled the renovation of the building into a new arts and performance space, together with a restored pub, due to open to the public shortly.

    To learn more about Phoenix Community Housing visit:



    Writer: Darren Rapier

    Venue: Fellowship Inn, SE6 3BT

    Dates: Saturday 16th February

    Times: 3pm & 7.30pm

    Price: adult £5 / concession £3

  • Sounds of the World #7

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    Sounds of the World brings critically acclaimed global musicians to Woolwich, creating a platform to share live music with local audiences. Join us for the seventh event in this series, for a night of global rhythms that will take you out of London and around the world.


    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Saturday 23rd February

    Times: doors at 7pm

    Price: standard £10 / student £7



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    CHARGED is our end of season mini-festival, celebrating work created as part of Progression, alongside special guest artists. Our headline performance is a work-in-progress by Bertand Lesca & Nasi Voutsas, creators of acclaimed show PALMYRA. This will be performed on Saturday evening in a double-bill with Progression Young Artists, who have been working with interactive theatre-makers, Coney. On the Friday evening a double-bill showcases new work from Progression Resident Artists Midnight Florists and Sasha Mulvey, as well as new performance from Reach Theatre.

    Performances on Saturday evening will be accessible for both d/Deaf and hearing audiences, including integrated British Sign Language.

    FRIDAY 5 APRIL 2019 – 7.30PM

    by The Midnight Florists Collective (Progression Resident Company)

    ‘I was assaulted the month after Weinstein came to light. I am a Man. My abuser was a woman.’ Victims will speak out through headphones and surrogate mouths asking: what if our abuser is not a Hollywood superstar, but someone much closer? The Midnight Florist Collective is a support network of emerging artists from across the country.

    by Sasha Mulvey (Progression Resident Artist)

    Sasha Mulvey returns with new material from her show Ted the Unisheep, which began life on our Comedy in Performance course last season…
    Enter the portal into the figurative womb of humanity, from whence all creative ideas are born(e). The portal of the non-physical, much like an analogical tangerine. In other words: segmented and intangible. Please note: this is for pretentious people only (and for people who pretend they know what pretentious means only).


    GLYPT’s resident company of artists with learning disabilities return with more of their trademark absurd and surreal performance.

    SATURDAY 6 APRIL 2019 – 7.30PM

    All performances British Sign Language Interpreted

    by Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas

    On stage, the two performers dance the end of their relationship and collaboration together, imagining what a future without each other might look like. Their dance is a reminder and a celebration of our own mortality and that of everything around us.

    Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas (France/UK) are the creators of EUROHOUSE (2016), PALMYRA (2017) and ONE (2019). Their work to date has gathered enthusiastic responses from critics in The Guardian and The Times, won several awards and toured to major festivals including PuSh (Canada), MESS Festival (Bosnia), Festival de Otono (Spain) and Adelaide Festival (Australia).


    The premiere of a new rebellious and playful performance piece, created by young artists from Progression, who have spent a week working with BAFTA Award-winning theatre-makers, Coney.

    If you want to see the future of British theatre now, then Coney is one of the companies to watch…(Lyn Gardner, The Guardian)

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 5th & Saturday 6th April 2019

    Times: 7.30pm

    Price: £3 per night / FRI+SAT combo ticket £5


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    Heading back to our roots as the capitals first regular, modern, comedy club we’re bringing comedy to the Tramshed!

    Join us on Friday 8th March for the second event of our new bi-monthly comedy programme, Comedy @ the Tramshed! With established and star studded acts, to up and coming stars of the future. Our line-up includes:

    Simon Brodkin

    Johnny Cochrane

    Kai Samra

    Hazel Bracken


    Sasha Mulvey

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 8th March 2019

    Times: doors open 7.30pm

    Price: £10 adults / £7 students